The world's as ugly as sin, and almost as delightful.
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Frederick Locker Lampson was born in Greenwich, London, UK. He was an English man of letters, bibliophile, and poet. In 1857 he published London Lyrics, a slender volume of 90 pages, which, with subsequent extensions, constitutes his poetical legacy. A posthumous volume of his memoirs, entitled My Confidences, appeared in 1896. He wrote other two books include: London Rhymes and Patchwork.
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