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Alfred Domett (1811–1887)

Domett, Alfred. An English poet; born in Surrey, 1811; died in London, 1887. He is said to have been the original of Browning’s ‘Waring.’ He was a colonial statesman of eminence. His verse attracted much attention, the best specimens being in the volumes ‘Ranolf and Amohia’ (1872), and ‘Flotsam and Jetsam: Rhymes Old and New’ (1877).