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CHAPTER III
PRIVATE LETTERS 1842-1843

explosion at Warsaw-for that whether it succeeded or not, it would fully occupy the attention of the Russians. My letter was written but about a week before the insurrection at Athens, which Otho precipitated by ordering a set of military commissions, to try and hang his subjects, in every part of Greece. ... I now come to what pains me most bitterly. Julia had proinised, I find, to be absent only six months. This being the case, 1 have never uttered one word, much less one complaint, against it. ... She [Julia] and Walter send their love. Julia will express to Rose, before she leaves England, her regret at losing so soon so kind a friend. ...
Ever most truly yours,
W. S. LANDOR.
Saturday, Sept. 30.

To Miss Rose Paynter.
[Oct. ? to, 1843]
. My Julia went by the steamer on Sunday. The weather was very boisterous. I rose several times in the night and attempted by putting my hand out of window to ascertain in which point was the wind. ... My dear Julia wished not only to be with me but alone with me as much as possible. We parted in unutterable grief, but youth and fresh scenes will soon assuage all hers. That is enough.
Adieu, dear Rose.

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