Another method of inducing sleep is delivered in a very ingenious work lately published by Dr. Beddoes.
I have said already that the genius of Beddoes is not dramatic, but lyrical.
It is clear, therefore, that there is no one living to whom lovers of Beddoes owe so much as to Mr. Gosse.
If a poet must be a critic of life, Beddoes was certainly no poet.
"You will ride back to your post at once, Beddoes," he commanded.
At any rate, Beddoes is among the roses: it is in his expression that his greatness lies.
But Beddoes was attending to some sight down the corridor; and suddenly he pointed in fright.
As a portion of the column, the company of Pioneers under the command of Captain Beddoes did a great deal of very important work.
It is easy to believe that Beddoes was always ready to begin a new play rather than finish an old one.
Dr. Beddoes has always ridiculed the "Tractors," in common with all other reasonable men.