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CHAPTER III
PRIVATE LETTERS 1842-1843

If you can think of anything for Daisy tell me. ... Ah ! these pets ! these pets ! Is there no song upon them, too ? There should be. When I lost my marten, I forestvore all other delizie-and yet if Julia sends me a yellow can Pomero(1) I shall just live long enough (perhaps) to grieve over another broken resolution.
Addio.
[BATH] Saturday Night, December 23 [1843]

DEAR ROSE,
You fill me with delight by your generous and just remarks on Dickens. No mortal man ever exerted so beneficial and extensive an influence over the human heart. Very much private and still more public good will have originated from his genius. From the midst of adventurers, shufflers and impostors of all parties, just Posterity will place high apart the names of Dickens and Lord Ashley.(2)
What a shock it would give to Marlborough Buildings

1 The exact date of " Pomero's" arrival in Bath I have been unable to fix. Mr Forster says it was in the Autumn of 1843 ; but if this letter was written in December, it must have been later. Landor's dog, Pomero,
canena anziczjnz suuyl egregie cordaturrz, was a character almost as well known in Bath as Landor himself. "Everybody knows him," Landor wrote, "high and low, and he makes me quite a celebrity."
2 Afterwards the Earl of Shaftesbury.

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