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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

mountain and snow, with a hundred or two of stations well provided for the accommodation of fifty or sixty thousand persons in eatables. As for sleeping, the snow is soft, and the waves are softer. They may turn out convanintly. In about a hundred turns and returns we might convey the desirable six millions, men, women and children, within the moderate space of ten or a dozen years. The poorer have been taught to shoot flying, and the richer may amuse themselves with their old practice of shooting one another. I am sorry to see so many of the people turned into tigers. It would be better if they were turned into cats, and all of the Kilkenny breed. The arts and sciences in that country seem now to be confined to the making of pike heads and vitriol. With kind regards to all my hospitable friends,
Believe me, dear Mrs Paynter,
Very truly yours,
W. S. LANDOR.
To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
[? July 5, 1847]
... How often, or rather how perpetually I asked for your presence at the opera when jenny Lind (1) was

1 Jenny Lind's first appearance in England was at Her Majesty's Theatre, on May 4, 1849, as Alice in Robert Ze Diable. On May 13, 15, 18 and 25th, she appeared in La Sonnanzbula.

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