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Peyton, Thomaslocked

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Peyton, Thomas (1595–1626), poet, was born at Royston, Hertfordshire, the son and heir of Thomas Peyton. On 26 November 1613 he was admitted a student of Lincoln's Inn. He was a studious and devout young man who published the first part of a poem entitled ...

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