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CHAPTER II
PRIVATE LETTERS 1840-1841

If you happen to make an excursion to the Petit Tyianoli you will find one rock, and only one, smoothened in part and made commodious for a seat. It is just above the pond. Perhaps it may exercise your ingenuity to discover whether this was done purposely, when all the rest were made rough as possible. I was vext at seeing the windows of that apartment, which was once occupied by Marie Antoinette, taken out, and four panes substituted for one. Forty years ago there was not a very large panel in all Europe ; these upper windows had the largest. I at that time occupied the apartment for several months. Happy days they were from first to last-the happiest and most tranquil in the whole of my existence. I wish you exactly such in the near neighbourhood. Can a letter end better than with a wish so cordial ? Mine has already been so long that any end of it must be welcome. Among my follies is this, that I am apt to think I am conversing when I am writing.
Ever sincerely and affectionately yours,
W. S. LANDOR

To Miss Rose Paynter
WARWICK, Sept.25[1841]
DEAR ROSE,
Your commands, that my letter shall be a prosy o1ie are likely enough to be executed. This is

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