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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

The ancients were assisted in this art by certain birds, great and little. We have only birds.
Dickens wrote to me about a fortnight ago. He sends his compliments to Mrs Paynter and yourself. It is his intention to proceed to Florence, Rome, Naples and Sicily. I wish he were again in England. But it neither is nor ever will be my destiny to see much of those I love most. Keene and his wife are here. The Boyles, I mean Sir Courtenay Boyle's daughters and their youngg cousin, Lord Dungarvan, dine with me to-day and then go to the theatre. ... I think there must be some mistake in regard to one of the party : for the Maid of Honor (1) told me in a letter I had a few weeks ago that she should be in waiting all this month. Last evening there was a ball and supper at the Hawkesleys. They did me the honor to invite me but I declined it. In the morning I met Lady Stewart(2) at the Pumproom. ... God grant you favourable weather for your passage to Ireland-it must be propitious for your return.
I remain, dear Rose,
Yours affectionately,
W. S. LANDOR.

1 The Hon. Caroline Boyle, for many years Maid of Honour to Queen Adelaide.
2 Lady Aylmer's niece, and sister to bliss Rose Bathurst. She was married to the Earl of Castle Stewart in 1830, and after his death to Signor Alessandro Pistocchi.

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