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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

THE letters printed in this chapter cover the last ten years of Landor's life in Bath. Shadows were deepening round him. Some of his oldest and best friends died within the decade : Ablett, Lady Blessington, Countess de Molande (the Ianthe of his verse), D'Orsay, Mr Rosenhagen, Miss Caldwell, Julius Hare, John Kenyon, his brother Charles, and his sister Elizabeth. Yet he bore up bravely against sorrows and losses. He could thoroughly enjoy a visit to Restormel, and was gladdened by occasionally meeting his correspondent, now Mrs Graves-Sawle, in Bath. There also he welcomed other guests, amongst them Thomas Carlyle, who found the unsubduable old Roman a man altogether to his liking, and Dickens who loved and respected him. Once he visited Llanthony :" Sad scene!" he wrote, "sad remembrances ! Forty-three years have passed since I saw the place, and never had I wished to see it again." He went about less than formerly ; but he still wrote and published. "The Last Fruit off an Old Tree" came out in 1853; followed and preceded by various pamphlets and letters to the newspapers, especially during the Crimean war. " The

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