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Lines Addressed By Lord Byron To Mr. Hobhouse On His Election For Westminster

TO MR. HOBHOUSE ON HIS ELECTION FOR WESTMINSTER.(1)


WOULD you go to the house by the true gate,
Much faster than ever Whig Charley went;
Let Parliament send you to Newgate,
And Newgate will send you to Parliament.


April 9, 1820.


FOOTNOTES:

(1) ("I send you 'a Song of Triumph,' by W. Botherby, Esq^re^ price
sixpence, on the election of J.C.H., Esqre., for Westminster (_not_ for
publication)."--Letter to Murray, April 9, 1820, _Letters_, 1901, v. 6.)




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