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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

Now for all this you will surely execute the little commission I gave you, beginning " Conquer-and then."(1) The other less important one I request you to defer and alter. I have been wearying my brain to devise how I could present to you some trifle on your birthday. To those who have any regard for us, all things are of equal value. Wear for my sake on the nineteenth of January (2) the small white flower which you tell me has been admired in Paris. Tomorrow I will procure for my dear Julia (3) what she wants much more, and you will render her the gainer by the exchange.
I have brought your rose-tree into the house this morning. It lost its last leaf the day you went. It has now put forth a small bud. It ought not to have done so until I had received your letter-but perhaps it was conscious that I had in fact received several ; and this before me is only a continuation of the delight they gave me. ... You have much to do, much to see, much to enjoy : I will not allow you to sacrifice too many half hours in writing to me : for I

1 The following stanza, in Landor's handwriting, is in Lady GravesSawle's Albunn ;
" Conquor (and then give conquest o'er)
The fickle realms of Charlemagne
But bring us to your native shore
A Brito worth his golden chain."

2 Miss Rose Payntet's birthday.
3 Landot's only daughter.

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