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CHAPTER II
PRIVATE LETTERS 1840-1841

Bath. ... I think I am destined to spend there all the remainder of my days, living on recollectionswhich, however, are more likely to wear out life than to nourish and support it. You will provide for me one expedition to break the even tenor of my existence. I shall value the copy of the Claude (1) greatly above the original, which, of all the pictures I ever saw, I have lookt at the longest and with the most delight. For these reasons it is the one I most wished to be yours. ... You tell me nothing of Fred. Perhaps I may devise some eligible plan of life for him in Canada-an inexhaustible field for speculation and enterprise. . . .
Ever most affectionately yours,
W. S. LANDOR.

To Miss Rose Payntey at Bath.
WARWICK, [June 5th 1840.]
DEAR ROSE,
I am writing this in the evening of a day which must have been very sad to you.(2). ... However, what a variety of studies and occupations are within your reach ! But if you turn your mind to poetry, let me for once have influence enough with you to persuade you not to indulge in any kind of it which

1 A landscape, d'afires Claude Lorraine, still in Lady Graves-Sawle's Possession.
2 Colonel James Paynter had left Bath for India.

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