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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

singing. ... Her acting was infinitely beyond any I conceived to be possible. One night when she performed in the Sonambula, I had the good fortune to occupy a front seat in the Russian Minister's box just over the stage. Sometimes Jenny Lind came within four paces of me. After a fortnight in London I went to visit my old friend, Archdeacon Hare;(1) but I could only stay a week with him. He has married a sweet-tempered and intelligent wife, who appears not only to reverence but to love hill-I, which is better. He might be a bishop, but he will never leave his comfortable house and charming country. His library contains ten or eleven thousand books, and his conservatory is full of exquisite flowers. Even L'ottimo sboso is only by a few degrees a happier man, and no other on earth half so happy.
Think again before you invite me in the peach season. The fattest black snail is less mischievous.
The people here are very busy about the election.(2) I am outrageous against the ministers for their expedition against the Liberals in Oporto.(3) The Queen has

1 Archdeacon Hare had married, in 1844, the sister of Frederick Denison Maurice. Landor made more than one visit to Hurstmonceaux. In i846 he had dedicated the two volumes of his collected works to Julius Hare and John Forster.
2 The general elections began on July 28, 1847.
3 A British squadron under Admiral Parker had been sent to the Tagus in November 1846, to support Queen Donna Maria, whose subjects had broken into insurrection. In the following May, 1847, a Conference was held in London, attended by the Representatives of England, France, Spain and Portugal, to discuss the Portuguese Question. Lord Malmes bury wrote in his diary on June 18, 1847 : - " Lord Stanley's motion con demning the Government for their intervention in Portugal ended very unfortunately, owing to Lords Ellenborough and Brougham not choosing to speak in support of it ; the consequence being that the division took place much earlier than was expected, and most of our men were absent at dinner, so we were beaten by twenty. In the House of Commons the debate came on the same night, but the House was counted out. In the meantime the English fleet has taken the Portuguese ships, and made rivo thousand prisoners."-Mewoirs of an e.x-Minister.

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