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CHAPTER II
PRIVATE LETTERS 1840-1841

cyclamens the pages. These and the plebeian strawberries were to be all the court, and all the subjects of my young queen. Is it a pleasure or is it not, to think that what is perished was once very different? There are many things to which we are inclined to revert, and which too surely are not pleasant.
These are not very dark reflections : but none whatever ought to be cast on the first of May, the month of promises, and before those feet which even the prosaic have said, and perhaps are saying at this moment, make the flowers spring where they tread.
It may be so : for my part I will not believe it until I see it, either on the High Common or on Primrose Hill.

Anzico inio ! non lo vedrai
Dunque se non hai vista
Assai lunga, e chi penetra
Le case dirimpetto alla tua.

Last night was the Master of the Ceremonies' Ball (1) -very well attended. I left some good music for it. . .
Yours affectionately,

1 The annual ball for the benefit of the Master of the Ceremonies at Bath, Colonel Jervis, was always an important event. Colonel Jervis was the friend both of IVir and Mrs Landor. Years after Mrs Landor had left Bath, first for Llanthony and afterwards for Italy, Colonel Jervis welcomed with open arms a young officer on furlough from India who, he found, was the brother of the five charming sisters. This was General Sir Henry Landor Thuillier who told me the story.

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