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CHAPTER III
PRIVATE LETTERS 1842-1843

very miserably. I had then four capital horses, two for riding and two for the carriage. At present I should drive a hard bargain for a donkey. Nevertheless I do assure you I am really and truly a rich man -rich enough to give four or five pounds a week for lodgings. Now if you hear of any robbery do not have me taken up on suspicion. ...
My friend Ablett has given twenty acres of fine land adjacent to Denbigh, for the site of a lunatic hospital. I assure you he made the donation before my arrival, so you may be satisfied it is an act of pure charity and without any reference to friendship. There exists no similar constitution in the whole extent of the Principality. It is my intention to write an appeal I to the Welsh in order to awaken their generosity. Because my friend has done so munificently, the gentry are inclined to do nothing, since they would not appear to be less generous : and hence they pretend to raise objections. Some however have come over to Llanbedr for the purpose of engaging me to write the appeal: and this I promised them I would do. I am not quite idle, you see-whatever you might have imagined from my rambling letter. With Julia's love,
Believe me ever, Dear Rose, Affectionately yours,
WALTER LANDOK.

1 It was published in the Examiner of August 16, 1843.

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