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I concieved that it was, owing to the careless and hasty manner of its early composition, much too hudibrastic, and containd a vast deal of useless matter which might give way to the superior graces of nature, or to unbridled fancy.
Letter 256 2009
Captain Wool, in stating that he was opposed to four companies of the 49th, only doubled the number of companies; but this exaggeration is a trifle compared with the following gross and hudibrastic mis-statements, relative to the battle of Queenstown in
The Life and Correspondence of Sir Isaac Brock Tupper, Frederick B 1845
AFTER breakfast the company broke into parties, and General Williams, who had not been there above ten minutes, seized the opportunity of being conspicuously placed; to stretch his hudibrastic figure, and exclaim, with a lengthened yawn,
_hudibrastic_ mis-statements, relative to the battle of Queenstown in
The Life and Correspondence of Sir Isaac Brock Ferdinand Brock Tupper 1834