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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

To Mrs Paynter.
[? June 1847]
DEAR MRS PAYNTER,
Lambe came to me yesterday and brought the most desirable intelligence that you are all well at Restormel. The loveliest of mansions and the sweetest of bambini must occupy all your thoughts otherwise I would recommend your reading the poems of Aubrey de Vere.(l) Nothing of our days will bear a moment's comparison with them, nor indeed do I find anything more classical among the best of the ancients. I have not the honor of knowing the author, but he sent me this little volume with a prose work entitled " English Misrule and Irish Misdeeds." A work which unites the wisdom of Bacon with the eloquence of Burke. Speaking of Ireland, James FitzGerald has sent me a serious project for transferring all the Irish, gentry as well as commonalty, to Vancouver's Island, on the continent nearest to it. Nothing is wanting but to lay down a railroad across the Atlantic, and about two thousand miles of lake,

1 A second edition of "English Misrule and Irish Misdeeds," by Aubrey de Vere, was published in 1848. A volume containing "The Search after Proserpine and other Poems," was published at Oxford in 1843• "Have you the `Masque of Proserpine'? He has raised her not only up to earth again, but to heaven. It is delightful to find one figure who has escaped the hairdresser and milliner." Landor to Forster, Oct. 23, 1848. Verses addressed by Landor to Mr Aubrey de Vere are printed in his Works 1876, viii. 244 and 256. Both poems had been printed in " Last Fruit."

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