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CHAPTER III
PRIVATE LETTERS 1842-1843

August. Rose says " I never take hints, Mr Landor," and Mr Landor says he would willingly be an exceptionable man on this occasion. Julia tells me she will be too late for the post, but there is time I think for a line or two, addio. . . .

To Miss Rose Paynter.
Wnuwicx, July 24 [1843]
DEAR ROSE,
... Yours are, the only letters I run over again and again. My eyes have very much suffered by poring over my own illegible hand-for such it is, if not when I write to you, yet when I write in pencil or in small characters what I dispose for publication. Hundreds of sentences and of paragraphs I have transcribed from the backs of letters and from old pocket books, with great difficulty, and sometimes with great doubt in regard to certain words. Forster tells me he never saw such extremely small characters as I have employed in my interlining...
Ever and everywhere faithfully yours,
W. S. L.

To Miss Rose Paynter.
BATH, Saturday [August 19, 1843]
DEAR ROSE,
We returned last evening from Plymouth, where we have been spending the week with

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