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Lord Heygate
by [?]

[Thomas, second Baron HEYGATE of Bayswater in the County of London]

LORD HEYGATE had a troubled face,
His furniture was commonplace–
The sort of Peer who well might pass
For someone of the middle class.
I do not think you want to hear
About this unimportant Peer,
So let us leave him to discourse
About LORD EPSOM and his horse.