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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

Can you believe it! he was a week in England and neither he nor Forster told me anything about it. His letter as usual is a delightful one, enough to bring you back to Bath for the sake of reading it. He is starting from Genoa for Tuscany ; thence to Rome, Naples and Sicily. I hope you have enjoyed his " Chimes." Wonderful man ! Everything he writes is in the service of Humanity. His Genius was sent from Heaven to scatter good and wisdom upon the earth.
Believe me, dear Rose,
Your obliged and affectionate,
W. S. LANDOR.

To Miss Rose Paynter.
[BATH, ? 17 Jan. 1845.]
DEAR ROSE,
It occurs to me that your birthday falls on Sunday, on which letters are not delivered in London. You will receive then, on Saturday, my usual congratulations, warm and cordial as ever. ... I had lately a delightful letter from your friend, James FitzGerald, but it was written before yours. Whatever is amusing to you is interesting to me-for which reason I am confident you will always let me hear this much, leaving the rest to my powers of divination.

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