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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

years-that there is a just proportion between their ages, and that, having but one daughter single, and being obliged to leave her frequently, she wants a friend and guide at home. Nothing is more reasonable, nothing more considerate and kind. Love has often made other wise men less wise, and sometimes other good men less good ; but never Southey, the most perfect of mortals, at least of men mortals.
Now I have opened my letter I will send you the last verses(1) you may expect from me before the beginning of next century. I here suppose you at Chantilly :

Everything tells me you are near ;
The hail-stones bound along and melt,
In white array the clouds appear,
The Spring and you our fields have felt.

Paris, I know, is hard to quit ;
But you have left it ; and 'twere silly
To throw away more smiles and wit
Among the forests of Chantilly.

1 Of the verses that follow only a portion is printed in Landor's Works, 1876, viii. 60.

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