A history of English prosody from the twelfth century to the present day,

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p. 242

"; but she exhibited it in a degree with which neither of them-weaker as they both were in poetic spirit-is chargeable, and in respect of which Felicia, if not Letitia, is, as was allowed, almost Her defects in blameless. Her ear for rhyme was probably the worst on form, especi- record in the case of a person having any poetic power whatever.