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CHAPTER II
PRIVATE LETTERS 1840-1841

maid to Frederica -de Courcy (1) who marries Baron de Hoggier. I have ordered my agent to supply her with money sufficient for a whole nest of snakes, so do not wonder that I forebore to steal yours when it fell in my way. She is good enough to make me a present of her bust, which I may expect to find in Bath on my return from Germany. At present I have not heard a syllable of Arnold's and Walter's (2) expedition. . . .
Your very affectionately,
W. S. LANDOR.

To Miss Rose Payntey.
[BATH, April, 1840.]
DEAR ROSE,
If I am writing to you a few hours after your departure it is not to obtain a single line a single hour earlier than I should otherwise. It is only to tell you that I spent a quarter of an hour with your mama, and left her in good spirits. This is better worth writing about than anything else you can ever hear from me. We often are comforted by hearing the very things we know as perfectly as the comforter. All I said was, "consider how many amusements

1 According to Burke, Miss Frederica de Courcy, sister of John Fitzroy de Courcy, afterwards Lord Kinsale, married Baron Paul de Hoggier on April 4, 1840.
2 Landor's sons, whom he was to meet in Germany. But the projected meeting did not come off.

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