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CHAPTER II
PRIVATE LETTERS 1840-1841

a superb trousseau, which she sold immediately and decamped.
Your favourite old oak in the Bois de Boulogne has been uprooted. The fortifications in this quarter are much advanced. Surely it would have been more considerate to finish the other parts first that we might enjoy the pleasantest ride near Paris. My favourite walk was always the Jardin des Plantes. Formerly I used to walk there as soon as it was opened, and again in the evening. In seven months I went but three times to the theatre and four or five to the operanowhere else. " What a stupid man ! no better in his youth than in his age! " The same on

" I once walkt fifty miles in rain
And when 'twas dry walkt back again."

Rose, one day walking with her beau,
Not flirtinV-for she walks not so
As we-who often see her know,

Cried, " See that vain old man ! Last May
I do declare I heard him say
That he can march three miles a day.

He now is going into France :
How they will quiz him if perchance
He hazards such extravagance.

Ah ! his poor head has got a twist ;
He fancies he can use his fist
As you would, if he should be hist.

See how he totters in his gait !
Neither his walk nor sight is strait :
We soon shall earth him, sure as fate."

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