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CHAPTER II
PRIVATE LETTERS 1840-1841

To Miss Rose Pezyntey.
[WARWICK, June 1840.]
DEAR ROSE,
It appears to me as if I never am to write to you but about some loss or other. James 1 is leaving you, perhaps at the moment I am writing the words. ... No, indeed, Rose, you may not "truly say that this separation has been your first real unhappiness." All unhappiness is real, although the cause of it may be as yours has been, unworthy of producing it. The kindness of Providence has so ordered it, that we should be moved in some degree by small events, to prevent us from being shaken by greater. A few dark days precede the chillier and stormier. May the first of these be over with you, and may the last never come.
... My sons' were to have written to me on their departure from the Villa, which was to be in the first week of June. I am very anxious about them, and I might have received the letter to-day had it been written on the first. As it is, I do not expect them at Warwick before the twenty-fifth. On the first of July I am engaged to my friend Ablett3 in Denbighshire, where we spend all the month, so that I have scarcely

1 Miss Paynter's brother, Colonel James Paynter.
2 Arnold and Walter Landor, then at Fiesole.
3 Mr Joseph Ablett, of Llanbedr Hall, Denbighshire, the friend of Wordsworth, Southey, Leigh Hunt, Reginald Heber, and Landor. In 1837 he printed, privately, a volume of "Literary Hours : by Various

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