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Excerpt from The Life Letters of Theodore Watts-Dunton, Vol. 2
John Nichol never conquered the belief that the English critic was slow to do the Scotsman justice, although watts-dunton did his utmost to disabuse him of the idea. There is nothing, my dear fellow, he would say, nothing whatsoever in the idea that a Scotsman does not fight on equal terms with the Eng lishman in the great literary cockpit of London. As a matter of fact, I'm strongly of opinion that the Scot tish cock is really longer in spur and beak than the Eng lish cock depend upon it, Nichol, he can more than take care of himself.
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