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DURING the short time that Lord Byron was in Parliament, a petition,
setting forth the wretched condition of the Irish peasantry, was one
evening presented, and very coldly received by the hereditary
legislative wisdom.--Ah, said Lord Byron, what a misfortune it was
for the Irish that they were not born black! They would then have had
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