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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

know that I always shall possess a quiet little nook in your memory, and that you will always believe me,
Dear Rose.
Yours very affectionately,
W. LANDOR.

To Miss Rose PaynteY.
BATH, Jatz. 1839

DEAR RosE,
What I have said again and again, is very true. Never did Madame de Sevigne write so admirably to a daughter as you have written to a mother and a sister. And how worthy are both of them of such an affection !
... We are now almost as happy on our side of the Channel as you are on yours. Observe, I do not answer for all the young men, I only answer for those who are gainers in happiness by every conquest you make, by every delight you receive or inspire. No doubt you have heard already that the Priors (1) have left Bath. I spent the, their last, evening with them. Two or three days before they went, I met Mr Call at their house. He had just left Paris, and I was disappointed at hearing from him nothing in the world about you. Kenyon

1 The Priors, often mentioned in these letters, were a well-known family in Bath. Mrs Prior was a sister of Lady Aylmer. Her first husband, General MacKinnon, was killed at Cuidad Roderigos. She afterwards married Andrew Prior, Esq., F.RS.

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