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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

IN Landor's eyes, one can scarcely doubt, by far the most notable event of the period now to be explored was the marriage of his fair correspondent. At the end of the chapter, he looks forward, with pleasant anticipation, to seeing the young couple in their beautiful Cornish home. His annual excursions have included visits to his brother Robert, whose " Fawn of Sertorius " was published in 1846, to Lord Nugent, and Archdeacon Hare; as well as a trip to Devonshire, where he met the future historian of the Crimean war. I n the summer of 1846 he changed his lodgings, moving to Rivers 5treet ; and it may be that one good lady in Bath watched the departure of a guest not always placable, with something like a sigh of relief. The same year was also marked by the publication of a collected edition of his works in two stout volumes, which the fl thenceusn received with the comment that " the literature of the nineteenth century has long since numbered Mr Landor among its representatives to posterity." This was followed in 1847 by the publication of a volume of " Hellenics, enlarged and completed," but to be again enlarged in 1859, and a choice collection of Latin verses. Political affairs at

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