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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

spring, and give these, together with the few you have so kindly taken charge of, to Mr M when he calls for them.
It was my intention to exert my powers of calculation to their full extent, and to contrive that a letter of mine should reach you on your birthday. But on second thoughts it occurred to me that it was the very day on which a letter would come the most inopportunely. And now, Mr Hume(1) is leaving Bath on Wednesday, and passes through Paris : he will bring you this, with more good wishes for returns of happy years than all the paper in all the Bath paper-mills could contain.... =----Dear Rose,
Your sincere, affectionate friend,
W. S. L.

To Miss Rose Payntev.
[BATH, March 1839]
DEAR ROSE,
At last I am able to send you a little book.(2) ... If you attempt to read it before you set out again, I shall begin to think you guilty of curiosity-the only bad thing I can ever be induced to think of your sex. O! that cruel chapter in

1 Mr William Wentworth Fitzwilliam Hume, who was afterwards M.P for Wicklow.
2 This was the volume containing Landor's historical dramas, "Andrea
of Hungary and Giovanna of Naples," which was published in 1839. The author's profits, if any, were to go to Grace Darling

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