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CHAPTER III
PRIVATE LETTERS 1842-1843

Julia talks of writing to you now she is once more fixt in Bath again. She is become a little less brown than she was, and looks much better for it. I was quite surprised and a little vext and grieved at seeing her so tanned. Last week I desired Forster that he would forward to Mrs Paynter the next Examiner. I hope you will receive it to-morrow. It will contain, I trust, a severe reproof and castigation which I have given to Lord Brougham(1) for his manifold sins and iniquities. ... You see I have taken a larger sheet of paper than has been seen anywhere out of the public offices for several years. But I do assure you Sir Robert Peel has bestowed no employment on me, and that the letter is not written on government paper. . . .
I remain, dear Rose,
Ever affectionately yours,
W. LANDOR.

To Mrs Paynter.
[BATH,] 20th September [1843].
DEAR MRS PAYNTER,
... I went to the regatta at Plymouth, which was amusing to Julia and Walter. Yet both of them were glad enough to return to Bath. Walter rides and walks occasionally with Captain Roberts, and Julia is delighted with his daughter....

1 Published in the Examiner, August 26, 1843. See Part II.

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