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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

by any chance she had a vacant half hour to tell me whether it really is likely to be the case. But her half hours neither are nor ought to be so ill-spent as in solving a question which perhaps is not yet ready for solution. I shall be sadly grieved to lose you all again, and so soon after so long an absence. Your commission has been executed. The maid told me that the "carpets are come quite beautiful," and she has put them into the bedrooms. I do believe she was inclined to lead me into these sanctuaries in order to prove her exactness in the commendations she had lavished. But probably on a second look at me she thought that I, like Richard the Third, was never made to amble in a lady's chamber.(1)
By-the-by, and this is really a propos-issimo, Mr -- is going to marry. The lady is handsome, rich, a young widow. The first husband was a Pole-her present, I fear, will be a stick-and a poor one. I do not know why the projected wedding should remind me of the Admiral. He was looking remarkably well, and going into Wales for some shooting. I think him perfectly in the right to choose Diana for his goddess. She does not inspire quite so much fanaticism as another
" Daughter of Jove, relentless Power." (2)
And seven or eight hours shooting with a brace

1" He capers nimbly in a lady's chamber." Shakespeare Ric. iii. 1. i. 12.
2 Thomas Gray's "Ode to Adversity."

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