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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

To Miss Rose Paynler.
[RUGELY, ? August 26, 1845]
DEAR ROSE,
Your letter has followed me to Colton Rectory, and it appears to have brought fine weather with it. Here I have been ten days without a ray of sunshine. To-morrow I start for Bath, where I shall remain about a week, waiting to hear from Bezzi and Kenyon. It was my intention to have been at Linton in the last week of the present month. You alarm me lest lodgings may be difficult or impossible to procure. However, I will attempt it at Budleigh Salterton before I go to Linton. ... Yesterday I had a letter from Forster telling me that I must be in London on the 20th of September, and with Dickens (1)-that they are about to act one of Ben Jonson's comedies. . . .
Affectionately yours,
W. S. LANDOR.

To Miss Rose Paynter.
BATH, Sept. 3 [1845].
DEAR ROSE,
... I am reading " Mount Sorel " (2) at your recommendation. Think me not vainer than

1 '"Every Man in His Humour," with Dickens as Bobadill, was acted at Miss Kelly's theatre in Dean Street on Sept. 20, 1845. A bill of the play is preserved in the Forster Library at South Kensington. A second performance was given at the St James's Theatre on Nov. 15, when Dickens, Mr Greville says, "acted very well indeed."
2" Mount Sorel : or the Heiress of the De Veres," a novel by Mrs (Anne) Marsh. London, 1845

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