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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

my large income. My heart sinks and aches every time I go out of doors, such is the misery of the poor.
Ever yrs.,
W. L.
To Miss Rose Paynter.
[Dec. 26, 1844.]
How many regrets have you softened, my dear Rose, by the new purse (1) you have sent me to replace the lost one. But do not desire me ever to wear it. I shall be worn out myself before that is. I shall carefully place it in the treasury which contains so many gems from the same mine. ... Last night I attended our oratorio. The room was crowded, the music excellent. ... Yesterday I received General Napier's "Conquest of Scinde." (2) That is, the first volume : there will be two more. He writes with his usual spirit, but I sadly fear his health is declining. What a man the world will lose if it loses him. God avert so great a calamity from his friends and his country. This morning I was answering a letter I received from Dickens (3) when yours was brought me.

1 A netted, silk purse was found the other day among the keepsakes in Landor's writing desk.
l The first part of "The Conquest of Scind " by General Napier was published in November 1844.
3 Charles Dickens, who had taken up his abode for a time in the Palazzo Yeschiere, Genoa, paid a flying visit to England, early in December 1844.

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