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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

without effort and without inconvenience I will donothing more. All active exertions, all deep interests are over with me. There is a time of repose before we go quite to sleep, and this repose makes the sleep more placid and easy.
... I must not fatigue your eyes any longer. I find I have been writing for some hours ... None of your many friends think of you oftener or more affectionately than that tiresome old scribbler,
W. S. LANDOR.

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He will not yet believe that you are to remain in France six months longer. To how many now in health are six months the greater part of their remain
ing lifetime ! To how many who are forming plans for the future and speculating on the enjoyments of far distant years ! Your letter which came this morning has occasioned these reflections ... This morning I accompanied your sister to Carpenter's garden. I ordered him to make me a bed of Hautbois strawberries. ... They are worthy of your notice ; but you shall not have one, nor half one, unless you come back before the end of July. Since we must go to war somewhere and have not yet fixed where 'it shall be, my vote is for one against the French, if they detain you. . . I hope the terrors of the influenza have passed over you. Two years ago everybody at Clifton was affected by it except

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