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Fame heard with pleasure straight replied

DMI number:
30372
First Line:
Fame heard with pleasure straight replied
Last Line:
A friend of yours tis Lyttleton
Poem Genre / Form:
Answer/reply and Octet aabbccdd
Themes:
Fame and Virtue / vice
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Author:
Philip Yorke
Confidence:
Confident (50%)
Comments:
Attributed to Hardwicke in Chalmers (1810) XIV: 184. In reply to this poem, Lyttelton refers to Hardwicke as Lord Chancellor - suggesting the first rather than the second earl. Forster (1980): 72.
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Philip Yorke