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CHAPTER II
PRIVATE LETTERS 1840-1841

Denbighshire we have scarcely had a day without rain since my arrival, and the weather was just the same for a very long time before, that is while I was taking my long solitary walks over the cliffs or along the shore at Exmouth. I am never tired of solitude where there is sunshine, but sometimes this gloom is rather more than external with me.
Remember your promise to sing your favourite song I as often as I wish to hear it. These are your words. I will not press too hard upon them-but often as I may ask I shall wish fifty times oftener. I am glad that you are pleased with Sidmouth. Formerly I enjoyed some delightful rides in the country round it, and remained there several weeks. Within these few days I have heard of most extraordinary effects produced by brandy, and as much salt as it will hold in solution ; and I have heard them from two persons who tried this remedy. I am anxious to state this in the hope and confidence that it may be of service to Mrs Paynter. The same medicine taken internally, with an equal quantity of hot water, removed

1 This may have been either Gabuzzi's "Mi vien rla Ridere," set to music by Cimarosa ; or the old ballad, " Early one morning, before the sun was dawning." To the first Landor wrote a reply, both in Italian and
English (see Appendix). The second suggested the lines
Does your voice never fail you in singing a song
So false and so spiteful on us who are young ?
When, lady, as surely as you are alive
We are seldom inconstant till seventy-five.
Works, 1876, viii. 124.

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