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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

To Mys Graves-Sawle.
[BATH, June 2, 1847]
... Lambe has just met me in the street giving me the most favourable intelligence of all my friends in Cornwall. ... Before next month is over I hope to visit the gyaziosissima shosina and the iynparagonabble sposo. Do not let fishermen catch all the trout, for they are pretty creatures, and I am delighted to see them playing on the surface of the water. The very oldest of them may sometimes be detected in this idle occupation-so there is a sort of sympathy between us.
I know not whether the pleasures of your country life allow you any leisure for reading. If they do, let me recommend to you Lady Georgiana Fullerton's last novel, " Grantley Manor." I have reached only as far as the seventeenth page, in which I find a piece of eloquence such as I never found in any other novel for the sublimity of the thought and for the purity of the expression
" Whatever was the spirit that had moved her soul erewhile, one mightier still had now gained the mastery. Whatever billows were gathering about her, she was treading them again with a firm step, and measuring them with an unshrinking eye." (1)

1" Grantley Manor, a Tale;' by Lady Georgiana Fullerton, London 1847, vol. ii. p, 17. Lady G. Fullerton was the daughter of Earl Granville, Ambassador in Paris. Her first novel, "Ellen Middleton," was reviewed by Mr Gladstone.

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