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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

of hares in pouch are consevvalives against wild vagaries . .
Yours very sincerely,
W. S. LANDOR.

To Mrs Payrater at Loi-d AylmeY's, Passy.

[BATH, OCt. 22, 1839]
MY DEAR MRS PAYNTEK,
When I wrote to you by Mrs Willoughby I am afraid my letter may have alarmed you about the condition of your house. I have just this instant left the workmen who laboured actually in the dark. The mason wanted me to believe it would be an affair of many days. "Give me a spade and pickaxe," said I, " and before night I finish it with my own hands or forfeit twenty pounds." I would have done it. When he saw I was serious, he promised to bring a couple of others with him. They would have gone on wrong, indeed they did when my back was turned, for I am happy to tell you the work was accomplished according to my plan. I will answer for it no water enters unless from the ground springs, as they are called.
I am not in time for the postman, but Charles will run with this. ... It delights me to know how happily you have spent your time at Passy. ... There are periods of life when our early days come

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