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CHAPTER III
PRIVATE LETTERS 1842-1843

I send you, together with these stupid and troublesome and rambling lines, the two Examiners,(1) one containing my letter on Lord Brougham, the other an appeal in favour of the Greeks against King Otho. This has been translated into the Attic language, and will appear in every part of Greece. I hear also that it will be (perhaps is) translated into the Turkish. Yesterday I sent another to the Examiner containing a series of charges which the noblest subjects of King Otho bring against him. I rejoice in being chosen their interpreter and advocate. I am, however, damped a little in inflicting any chastisement on Lord Brougham from the certainty that it will be displeasing to Mrs Meynells, to whom lre was an unsuccessful suitor, but whose friendship (in spite of his unsteadiness) he has retained. She has fifty-fold the sense and judgment that he has, and writes as gracefully as he writes vilely.
The moment I had received your last, I went to Great Bedford Street and inquired for Daisy.(2) She was not come nor to come. How does she do? Poor dear Daisy. I hope at least she does :not suffer pain -for she cannot assuage it by writing to a friend.

1 The Examiner of August 26, 1843, contains Landor's letter on Lord Brougham. His first letter on "Greece and King Otho" was in the Examiner of September 16. A second letter with the same heading was published in the Examiner of September 23. See Part 11.
2 Miss Yaynter's spaniel, mentioned more than once in these letters, as well as in Landor's published verse.

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