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CHAPTER II
PRIVATE LETTERS 1840-1841

Paris to meet his son Walter, who returned with him to Bath. At the French capital he was astonished to find himself something of a lion. " Imagine my surprise," he wrote, " that any among the literary men knew even of my existence. Nothing can exceed their civility."

To Miss Rose Payntey.
[BATH? March 1840.]
DEAR ROSE,
You appear to be quite as regardless of what you lose as of what you make the giovanotti lose, otherwise you could not absolutely have forgotten that you dropt a bracelet in the Crescent. It was brought back to me. Here ends the mystery. The snake I find is not a snake in the grass-and although there appears to be some little fire in his eyes, it is lambent and quiescent. You are very kind in expressing a wish that I had given it to my Julia. Do not imagine I have forgotten, or ever shall forget, that you once told me you were sure you should love her. This alone was quite enough to drive away all sadness from me-for Julia(1) is my darling and delight. ... Yesterday I received a long letter from her.
She tells me she has been lately at several parties, beside the splendid ones at the Minister's and at Palazzo-Pitti, and that she is about to be brides

1 Landor's daughter.

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