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CHAPTER I
I838 - 1839

he contributed, are inserted either because they were in the nature of epistles in rhyme, or because they illustrate the prose letters in some way. The first little poem was dated the day before Miss Rose Paynter's birthday, or eleven days before Landor's own.

Two BIRTHDAYS(1) January 18, 1838.
Ten days, ten only, intervene
Within your natal day
And mine, O Rose!-but wide between
What years there spread away.

To Mrs Paynter,(2) at Bath.
LONDON, May iq, 1838 [postmarked].
MY DEAR MRS PAYNTER,
... Yesterday I breakfasted with Milnes(3). He invited a good number of his cleverest friends to meet me. I did him wrong in fancying I had lost

1 Not published. The manuscript of these lines is in Lady GravesSawle's Album.
2 Miss Rose Paynter's mother, half-sister to the Hon. Rose Aylmer.
3 Richard Monckton Milnes, afterwards Lord Houghton, had met Landor first at Fiesole in 1833. His verses to Landor's son, Walter, aged nine, were printed in " Memorials of a Residence on the Continent." London, 1838, p.92. The quotation from Landor is on page 22.
The day after this letter was written Landor breakfasted with Crabb Robinson, who writes in his "Diary" :-" A great deal of rattling on the part of Landor. He maintained Blake to be the greatest of poets ; that iViilnes [also present] is the greatest poet now living in England." A year later the Quarterly Review was recommending " the honourable member for Pontefract" to intermit the homage he rendered "at the fantastic shrines of such baby idols as Mr John Keats and Mr Alfred Tennyson."

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