The Gentleman's Magazine, LXXXII (November, 1812), p. 472
Don Joseph and Marmont were fill'd with desires,
To place my Lord Wellington 'twixt their two fires;
But after much wonderful racket and rout,
When his Lordship appear'd, both their fires went out.
No Artillery roar'd, thro' their lines not a puff:
Yet, though cannon was silent, King Joseph went off.