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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

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A few days ago I happened to sit by Lord Canterbury at dinner. Among the many pleasant things he told me I waited in vain for his mention of you.
You know I am a Conservative, and wish things to continue as they are. I shall never like you so well if you prove me to be in the wrong in thinking that any alteration can be to your advantage. I would not

1 Miss Sophy Payilter was married in the following year to Mr, afterwards Sir H. Caldwell.

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