Among others the poet-laureate, Southey, remonstrated with Shelley.
But would he not feel, even if no one else knew it, that he was the poet-laureate of a corporation?
Our poet-laureate must be a close observer of natural history.
It would have been ridiculous in Cromwell to appoint a poet-laureate.
But he was poet-laureate for George the First—you understand the term?'
His first rise was his acquaintance with Metastasio, the poet-laureate of the court.
In 1851 he succeeded Wordsworth as poet-laureate of England.
The poet-laureate of England echoed Milton's sentiment in 1905.
Robert Bridges, the present poet-laureate, also deserves especial mention.
She would have spoken in the same way to prince or poet-laureate, and would have pleased either as much as the blacksmith.