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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

It is impossible to think about oneself after reading such admirable sentences. But I began with the intention of saying how I had been occupied. First in eating strawberries and cream, with an interlude of ices, all day long. Then several people have called to see me, some known, some unknown. Yesterday Sir Samuel Meyrick (1) came out of his way to dine with me and went again this morning. Yesterday was also made memorable by the marriage of Miss Gregory The crowd at the wedding was so tumultuous that the bride's lace dress was torn in the church. Never have I seen in England a sky so blue and cloudless as shone upon their espousals. I hope it may be emblematic. On Thursday I go for a couple of days to my brother Robert in Worcestershire ; and then for three weeks or a month to my sister at Warwick. I hope you will find a moment's leisure to write to me while I am there. We old men want cordialsand I more than the oldest of them-but only in the form of a letter from Restormel. With kind regards to Mrs Paynter and l'ottimo.
Believe me,
Ever your affectionate,
W. S. LANDOR.

1 Sir Samuel Meyrick died April 2, 1848, aged 65.
2"June 1, 1847. Frederick H. Peat, Esq., late 97th Regiment, to
Frances Jane Isabella, daughter of Lt.-Colonel Gregory, and granddaughter of the late Hon. John Forsytih of Montreal."-Bath Chronicle.

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