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CHAPTER II
PRIVATE LETTERS 1840-1841

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" The walk has not improved his hat."
Being somewhat hol-headed, is not an old hat likely to fit me better than a new one? I wish you had seen it in all its glory. What think you of my talking with a king and queen and displaying it before them ? Such in the most legitimate sense are the Prince and Princess Czartoryski-he having been proclaimed King of Poland by the deputies of the nobility and people. Knowing my devotion to royalty, but probably more attracted by my hat than by me, he conversed with me the greater part of the evening. ...
The Louvre is now occupied by the exhibition of modern painting-a sad disappointment. I hoped to pass every morning there. We have been at some private concerts. On Sunday there will be fine music at St Eustache. If civility and kindness are sufficient to make a place agreeable, I ought to be quite contented at Paris. Never have I received so much attention anywhere. . . .
To-day, Wednesday, Dr Virchy called on me, and the first question he asked was, whether I had seen or heard lately of Miss Paynter. I told him I had had the pleasure of seeing her fifteen days ago, and that she had picked up as much bloom in three, as she had lost in a month by sitting up late, etc., etc. He appears to be a man of the first order. I very much doubt whether there exists in France another

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