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CHAPTER III
PRIVATE LETTERS 1842-1843

To Miss Rose Paynter.
LLANBEDR HALL, July 18 [1843]
DEAR ROSE,
... Delightful as this place is, I have always been on the look out for Devonshire. As you and Mrs Paynter are not to be there, neither shall I. Julia says she shall be quite as happy at Bath. We return to our old residence on the twentieth of August, at the latest. ... We wish you were here for ten thousand reasons, and among the rest because the flowers are both profuse and choice. No grounds can be kept more neatly. The climate is very mild at all seasons. Walter, who ought to be very proud of your enquiries, went out afishing this morning with perfect innocence. ... Do you happen to remember the game which puzzled so many wise men, young and old, in Great Bedford Street? I mean the game played with ivory letters. I have been exerting the whole of my genius in the composition of a charade.

What three letters make the word
Which expresses, first, a bird,
Then a thing for milk or cream,
Then what all do when they dream.

Now King Edipus was far more celebrated for his riddle than for his royalty. How greatly then must my riddle place me above any station I may have hitherto attained. ... I leave Llanbedr the first of

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