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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

dear Julia. She is better. ... Carlino (1) has gone into the Maremma for a month's shooting: grave good Walter stays quietly at home and studies drawing. Arnold has bought a beautiful mare, he tells me. I had interest enough with the trustees to get him an additional fifty pounds a year to support his dignity as Signor Conte Arnoldo. As the two poderi are worth (being 100 acres) pretty near f30, the deuce is in it if he cannot maintain his state.
My Niece Teresita (2) had a son born on the 2nd. She is doing well. The Baroness Browne-Mill(3) is about to marry the Rev. Mr Seymour. The angelical does not espouse an evangelical as people thought she might. Another old bridegroom is departed and another young widow left : Mr Brooke(4) of the Crescent, but he was only half a century alder than the lady, and only seventy-five when Hymen scattered the first blossoms of felicity on the nuptial couch.
If it should snow as it seems likely to do, nobody will be able to present to you such a boss of violets as I carried down to the station for you yesterday. Here they are-still fresh-but violet-life is brief. Alas !

1 Landor's son Charles, the father of Mr A. H. Savage Landor, the Tibetan traveller.
2 According to Burke, the Hon. W. de Vere 5topford Beauclerk was born Jan. 3,1844.
3 The Baroness Browne-Mill married, secondly, the Rev. M. Robart Seymour. See p. toq.
4 Mr Robert Brooke, late of the Bengal Civil Service, died Dec. 10, 1843.

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