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CHAPTER II
PRIVATE LETTERS 1840-1841

came in the character of her ambassador. There is only one thing in the world in which my sweet Julia could not prevail with me. To stand firm on some occasions requires more power and more energy than any active effort, and wrenches both the mind and body more. I think my strength and spirits are rather the worse for this resistance, and long walks are ineffectual in bringing me back sleep and appetite. I shall soon, however, be more reconciled to the absence of my sweet-tempered boy, who is much improved by his residence in England, and the last shades of gloom will have disappeared before your return. I have been to visit your flowers-they are doing well, and the roses I planted seemed glad to see me. Present me very respectfully to Lord and Lady Aylmer, and
Believe me ever, dear Rose,
Your affectionate
W. S. LANDOR.

To Miss Rose Paynter.
BATH, Novr. 21, 1841.
DEAR ROSE,
The Admiral was here a few days ago, and looking as well as usual. The moment I heard of his arrival I called on him. He told me he was about to write to Paris. I n case he should not have done so, I am saying all this to remove your apprehensions To-day I dined with Napier with only a family party.

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