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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

Leave the grey carp (1) and greyer duke,
Or by my faith ! I'll tell Molande,(2)
On whom those dim eyes dared to look,
For whom he dared to play the dandy.

And is that all you have to say ?
Methinks you ask me-Very near :
Two others once upon a day
Were cherisht, and should stil be dear.

Her little cell your rose adorns,
To tempt you-and your cyclamen
Throws back her tiny twisted horns
As if she heard your voice again.

To Mrs Payntey.
WARWICK, 12th June [postmarked 1839]
DEAR MRS PAYNTER,
Since I have come to Warwick I have been a most fortunate man--for within two days I received a letter from you and another from Rose. What a delight will it be to you all to meet at Passy ! Let us indulge the hope that no alteration for the worse in the Admiral's health will interrupt it. I wish he had brought you to Leamington instead of Malvern. But Malvern is the most healthy spot in the world, Leamington the most unhealthy. The Priors, whom I went to see the day after my arrival, are discontented with it. ... In fact the place is a sink. Had

1 Landot's "old" friends" the carp at Chantilly. See his preface to "A Conference of Master Edmund Spenser with the Earl of Essex," 1834.
2 The Countess de VIolande, the Ianthe of Landor's verse.

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