Alfred Domett (20 May 1811 – 2 November 1887 / Camberwell, Surrey)
Biography of Alfred Domett
He was born at Camberwell, Surrey; his father was a ship-owner. He entered St John's College, Cambridge, but left the university in 1833.
Domett published one or two volumes of poetry from 1833, and contributed several poems to Blackwood's Magazine, one of which, A Christmas Hymn, attracted attention. He was called to the bar, but for ten years he lived a life of ease in London, where he became the intimate friend of
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Never merry, never mellow!
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