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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

bound to come and read to me. I have desired Forster to insert in the Exanziner(1) some lines I addressed to Dickens at Genoa, which you will receive at the same time as this. They are good for little but to commemorate our friendship which would be remembered by him and me, and possibly by some few more, without them.
Believe me,
Ever affectionately yours,
W. S. L.

To Miss Rose Paynley.
Friday Night [Dec. 1844]
DEAR ROSE,
... Dance away this horrible weather. What must it be in London, when even in our genial and almost tropical Bath this very morning I had been sleeping in an ice-house. . . .
Have you any old pensioners who are looking out for you ? If you have, appoint me your almoner. I have kept some money on purpose. This month and the next, I am resolved to spend on myself only half

1 Landor's verses to Charles Dickens were published in the Examiner,
Sept. 21, 1844, and are reprinted in Works, 1876, viii. 144. Here occur
the lines :
" Ah ! could my steps, in life's decline,
Accompany or follow thine !
But my own vines are not for me
To prune, or from afar to see."

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