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He has thus brought almost conclusive evidence in support of Minto's identification of Shakespeare's rival with Chapman-a conjecture with which I, in 1896, expressed strong sympathy in my _Shakspere and his Predecessors_.
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EPISTLE ALFRED TENNYSON PROFESSOR MINTO ON MR.
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PROFESSOR MINTO Nature, that makes Professors all day long, And, filling idle souls with idle song, Turns out small Poets every other minute, Made earth for men-but seldom puts men in it.
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Ah, Minto, thou of that minority Wert man of men-we had deep need of thee!
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Lord Minto was holding a large Investiture of the "Star of India" the last time that I was in Calcutta.
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He wished to have at least two thousand people present, and large as are the rooms at Government House, not one of them would contain anything like that number, so Lord Minto had an immense canvas Durbar Hall constructed.
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Gad, Tom, I remember you a buck of bucks when that coat first came out to Calcutta-just a Barrackpore Brummell-in Lord Minto's reign, was it, or when Lord Hastings was satrap over us?
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But if I were snowed up at your mill, I never might cross the hill-foot for months; but from Sylvester's I can always get to Minto.
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The first Earl of Minto had contributed some nobleness of blood to the Southard stock, and the father had set his heart on a boy who should feel the double inspiration of "Minto Southard," to help make him fine and great. A "girl"!
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It may not be pleasant to find blue dye and wool yarn in Teviot, but it is more endurable than to have to encounter the bandit Barnskill, who hewed his bed of flint, Scott says, in Minto Crags.
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Really the author was Miss Jane Elliot (1747-1805), daughter of Sir Gilbert Elliot of Minto.
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This was an old Italian custom, as we may read in the beautiful One Hundred and Fifty _Brindisi_ or Toasts of Minto.
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In after years, in London, Walter H. Pollock, Minto (recently deceased), and myself, did the same.
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Six years have passed,-a long time for a boy and a dog: Bob Ainslie is off to the wars; I am a medical student, and clerk at Minto House Hospital.
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Examples of Minto

Example #1
Without endorsing all his arguments or conclusions, I hold that Mr. Acheson has proved that Shakespeare in a number of his Sonnets refers to these earlier poems of Chapman's.
Example #2
This Biography was written before the appearance of Mr. Acheson's volume, _Shakespeare and the Rival Poet_.
Example #3
Our northern dreamer sleeps, Strange stars above him, and above his grave Strange leaves and wings their tropic splendours wave, While, far beneath, mile after shimmering mile, The great Pacific, with its faery deeps, Smiles all day long its silken secret smile.
Example #4
Heir to those lights that guard the Scottish coast, And caring only for a filial fame; Proud, if a poet, he was Scotsman most, And bore a Scottish name.
Example #5
Ah, Minto, thou of that minority Wert man of men-we had deep need of thee!
Example #6
Of the great crown had whispered on his brows; Fame shrilled his song, Love carolled it, and Grief Blessed it with tears within her lonely house.