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Poem by Thomas Hood
On a Certain Equestrian Statue at the Royal Exchange
Whoever has looked upon Wellington’s breast, Knows well that he’s not so full in the chest; But the sculptor, to humour the Londoners partial, Has turn’d the lean Duke to a plump City Marshal.
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