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Lord Henry Chase Post by :donbarletta Category :Poems Author :Hilaire Belloc Date :June 2011 Read :2916

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Lord Henry Chase

(Henry de la Tour Albert St. John Chase, commonly known as LORD HENRY CHASE)

What happened to Lord Henry Chase?
He got into a Libel Case!
_The Daily Howl_ had said that he--
But could not prove it perfectly
To Judge or Jury's satisfaction:
His Lordship, therefore, won the action.
But, as the damages were small,
He gave them to a Hospital.

(The end)
Hilaire Belloc's poem: Lord Henry Chase

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