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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

tailor's bill, which might as well be transferred to his account. Fred(1) will think this rare fun-for several minutes it was rather serious. I would have declined the combat and have left my enemy alone with his glory had there been any escape.
Believe me, dear Rose,
Yours very affectionately,
W. S. LANDOR.

To Miss Rose Payntev at Passy.
BATH, Sept. 26, 1839
DEAR ROSE,
It is only in trance that "on fait l'iynpossible." I pretend but to have done the possible and all the possible. You see by Lady B's (2) letter the extent of my ill-success. I was packing up my finery for Torquay when in came Marcus Hare. My place in the coach was taken and paid for, but they very civilly allowed me to defer it until Monday. Now it happened to be a gloomy day on Monday, so I ordered a good fire, instead of a fly coach-ward, and here I am yet until Saturday again. The reason why I deferred it so long is, that Thalberg plays to-day at the Rooms. I have just returned from hearing this wonderful sonatore. There was also Ivanhoff, Balfe, and Miss Birch. Balfe sang "The Light of Other Days "; Ivanhoff the ` Barcarola' in " Marino

1 Miss Paynter's brother.
2 Lady Bulwer or Lady Blessington.

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