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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

to the great annoyance of the inmates. She wishes me to come in June, and to stay much longer than I intended my present visit to have been. However, I shall now defer it until another year. I hope you will enjoy the Opera, indeed I am sure you will. In three weeks I shall expect you here again ; and if Lady Caldwell should forget to invite me to her picnics, pray remind her. Already I have formed a plan of my station-not exactly opposite to you, but almostnear enough to see you distinctly-not near enough to overhear a single word. ... When you meet Mr St John (1) pray offer my kindest remembrances to him. He is an excellent scholar-which is little-but he is also an excellent man. You will often see our friend James FitzGerald. Tell him that among my regrets at not being in town this season is losing the pleasure I should have enjoyed in meeting him. ...
Believe me, dear Rose,
Ever affectionately yours,
W. S. LANDOR.

To Miss Paynter.
[WARWICK, ?,june 18, 1845]
DEAR ROSE,
... The Percys, the only people I, know well in this quarter of the world, returned on

1 In a footnote to Landor's " Pericles and Aspasia," there is a reference to "The History of the Manners and Customs of Ancient Greece," by James Augustus St John, London, I842-"The most learned, the most comprehensive, and the most judicious work ever written about the manners, the institutions, and the localities of that country."-Works, 1876, v. 474.

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