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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

for dinner. I doubt whether even she went to three parties in an evening. This is an improvement on the customs that prevailed in the former state of my existence. May it never satiate you, or take away the freshness of enjoyment ! Try to steal this important hour, and it may serve as an e,-is to defend you from the ennui, and what is better, be a powerful ally in your career of victory. I have visions of glory for you, and sometimes walk in my sleep by the side of your triumphal car. You must not disappoint us all, but bring back with you " The Briton worth his golden chain." There cannot be more than one such in existence. . . .
I find that I have been nearly two hours about this letter, and am now in the Sunday morning. We (you see how I dare to identify myself with your family) have been half baked in a dull and stupid party at Lady D -'s. Even the brilliancy of Miss Caldwell(1) could not render it supportable. She played a few tricks of cards, such as I venture to say that you with all your cleverness will never learn. In another week, or ten days, a gentleman is going from Bath to Florence, and has offered to carry anything for me. Will you take the trouble to write a note to Fisher, requesting him to send you the trifles he was about to convey to my villa in the

1'"My earliest Bath friend, sister to dear, good Lady Belmore."Landor to Forster. Feb. 6, 1854.

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