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CHAPTER III
PRIVATE LETTERS 1842-1843

in the long letter I wrote to Mrs Yaynter this morning. Luckily she asked me for two Examiners. The best of me was in them. If you happen to receive them do not think me spiteful because I am severe. It devolved on me to punish two evil-doers. I was called to it by many loud voices, and some of them from afar. I do confess to an intolerance of baseness, but I am very tolerant of the most adverse opinions on all subjects whatsoever.
Believe me, dear Rose,
Ever affectionately yours,
W. S. LANDOR.

To Mrs Paynler.
[BATH, Sefit. 30, 1843]
DEAR MRS I'AYNTER,
I have this morning received your kind letter, and that Examiner which contains my first on Greece. But the second which I sent to you last Sunday never came back, and I have been asked for it by many. ... In to-morrow's Examiner(1) there will be a third letter of mine. I did not expect the most glorious (because the most bloodless) of revolutions to have taken place so soon. My advice, hinted only in the Examiner, was to wait quietly until the

1 Landor's letter on " The Revolution at Athens " was published a week later in the Examiner of October 7th. See Part II. On Sept. 14 the Revolutionary party at Athens established a new Ministry, and invited the National Assembly to prepare a new constitution.

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