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CHAPTER III
PRIVATE LETTERS 1842-1843

the solid beach, and I promise you that the remainder of this paper shall be worth half a column of the Mo),ning Post. The marriage(1) which brought me to London was celebrated this morning. Six bridesmaids are now become necessary on these grand occasions, as six horses were formerly. They were all such pretty girls, but Teresa too is very lovely, far beyond them. Lord Charles is an accomplished man, of fine manners, and extremely handsome. His morals and temper are equally unexceptionable. There were sixteen persons at the wedding and seventy at the breakfast. This was given at Mivart's hotel in grand style. At church there were the Duke and Duchess of St Albans, Lord and Lady Essex and their families, Sir Robert Stopford (2) and his daughters, and a very pretty girl who knelt by me, but whose name I have forgotten. Have you heard that the Due de Luxembourg is about to marry a girl of 18-- a Miss Cochrane, with some fortune (f 15,000) and much beauty. The Due de Guiche left us this morning to shoot with his cousin, Lord Ossulton.(3) We

1 On Sept. 7, 1842, Landor's niece, Miss Teresa Stopford,_was married to Lord Charles I3eauclerk, son of the 8th Duke of St Albans, She died in 1858, and the present Viscount Milton is her grandson. Landor's verses to Lady Charles I3eauclerk were published, with a portrait, after a painting by J. Hayter, in the " Book of Beauty " for 1844. In " Hellenics," I859, p• 259, are verses on her death. Lord Charles Beauclerk died in i86t.
2 Rear- Adn,iral Sir Robert Stopford, G.C.B., a distinguished naval officer, was at this time and until his death, in 1847, Governor of Greenwich Hospital.
3 Lord Tankerville's son.

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