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kind friend. My week at Hurstmonceaux has thrown several years off my shoulders. The last made me feel its weight, and perhaps the next will be as heavy or heavier. It is unwise to look forward quite so far. My vision rests on Restormel. There is nothing on this side or beyond half so pleasant to dwell upon.
Believe me,
Ever your affectionate,
W. S. L.

To Mrs Payyater.
[BATH,July 13, 1847.]
DEAR MRS PAYNTER,
... People here are very busy about the election. I take no part whatever in politics ; but the folly and wickedness of the Ministry in attacking those of Portugal, who defend the Constitution of which we ourselves are trustees have excited me to a Petition which is printed in the Examiner.(1) Both parties have signed it quite unsolicited. The next name to mine is the great Tory, Caldecot's.
We have no reason to complain of the heat in Bath. Since I left London there have been only four warm days, and I hear that even in Cornwall you enjoy

1 There is a letter from Landor on "Portugal and Spain" in the Examimer of July 3, 1847- (See Part IL) A petition against intervention in Portugal was presented to Parliament from Bath, with 10,033 signatures, in July 1847; but I can find no copy of it.

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fires in the evenings. I continue to walk a couple of hours in the morning, and as many after dinner, but I begin to discover that the vale of years is the least pleasant of walks and the least adapted to walk in....
Believe me, dear Mrs Paynter,
Very truly yours,
W. S. LANDOR.

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