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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

Unfortunately the proprietor knew the master. They have just set up in the Park a prodigiously fine head of Jupiter,(1) in Bath stone, executed by an obscure artist of this city, who died lately, miserably poor. In my opinion nothing of Michel Angelo is noblernothing of Thorwaldsen purer. It is colossal. The rain and frost will ruin it. I offered my five or ten sovereigns, if they would contribute to build a dome over it. This morning I bought an engraving of it, and paid the money to the artist's son, who promised to leave it at my lodgings. If he had, I would have sent it you with this.
I remain, dear Mrs Paynter,
Very sincerely,
W. S. LANDOR.

To Miss Rose Paynter, Passy, near Paris.
[BATH, Septewber 23, 1839.]
DEAR ROSE,
It is true enough that you have not heard from me for a long time; and the reason is not that I am idle, which I am, but because I hoped, from the long absence of all letters from Passy, that you surely were on your way to Bath. Otherwise not

1 The bust of Jupiter stands on the hill in the Victoria Park. It is six feet in height, and is carved out of a single block of Bath Stone. Osborne, the Sculptor, died in poverty.

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