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CHAPTER II
PRIVATE LETTERS 1840-1841

the Princess.' I would not be the only one in the house wearing black. Added to which it would puzzle me to find the money, now that you have given me to understand that you have not ten odd pounds to spare me. ... Coraggio ! next week I shall be as rich as Croesus. Shall I be happier than I am? Certainly not. I shall only be just as happy, even though I should receive another letter with Rose upon the seal. .

To Mrs Paynter.
GORE HOUSE, Friday Morning [May 7th, 1841]
DEAR MRS PAYNTER,
Doubtful how much time I may find amidst the hurry of London to give any account of myself, I take advantage of the early morning. I did not leave my cab at Gore House gate until a quarter past six. My kind hostess and D'Orsay were walking in the garden I and never was more cordial reception. After dinner we went to the English opera,' The Siege of Rochelle and a Day at Turin, by Mrs Maberley. Nothing could be worse than the first except the

1 Princess Augusta, George Ill.'s daughter, who died Sept. 22, 1840.
2 At one period Count D'Orsay's walks were confined to the garden of Gore House, except on Sundays : the only day on which he could defy the liailiffs,
3 "May 5, 1841 . At the Royal English Opera House, for the benefit of Madame galfe, 13alfe's popular opera of the `Siege of Rochelle :' to conclude with a new operetta, by Mrs Maberley, `A Day Dear Turin."' -Adv.

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