When the bark is heard from this side the right hon. Member for Calne (Mr. Lowe) emerges, I will not say from his cave, but, perhaps, from a more cynical habitation. He joins immediately in the chorus of reciprocal malignity— ‘And hails with horrid melody the moon.’In quotes, right? A line from a poem, apparently. But what poem, by whom?
One would guess Scott or Byron. But online searching yields nothing except quotations of the Commons debate.