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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

told me the wonderful news that a relation of his (the name too great to be communicated to me) was an admirer of yours. Never say, after this, that we acquire but little information in the great world. Speaking of Bath, you say-" for the short time we shall remain there." This disquiets me. Is it not too much to lose one of your family ? But there is good cause shown ; and when the same good cause is shown again, we must submit-more than submitgive up one half of the heart to gladness, while the other half is devoured by grief.
If your family is really to continue but a little while in Bath pray let me know it. I have not been very importunate in my entreaties to hear often from you ; for the pleasures of those I love have always been and always will be the highest of my gratifications ; and I do not ask you now to shorten a ride or a walk or a conversation, but, at any moment, when you really have nothing else to do or to think about, tell me if my delightful evenings in Gt. Bedford Street are soon to close. I sadly fear your wishes in regard to the picture are expressed too late. But I will write by this very post and signify them. The "Book of Beauty " is always sent to America by the first of October. To-morrow I will set out for Torquay, and return by the middle of the next month.
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