[This man wrote a Biblical Commentary, which Sir Walter Scott thinks occupies between five and six hundred printed quarto pages, and has this quatrain at the end of the volume. See note D to the Fortunes of Nigel.]
No other use of paper thou shouldst make Than carrying loads and reams upon thy back: Carry vast burdens till thy shoulders shrink, But curst be he that gives thee pen and ink: Such dangerous weapons should be kept from fools, As nurses from their children keep edgd tools. Dorset.To Ed. Howard on his Plays.