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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

the most powerful work of fiction in that language. Collings had not "The Girondins."(1) I therefor have ceased my subscription to his library. This very evening I sent up to Mrs Paynter the " Reminiscences of Talleyrand."
When I was a very young man I met him once in London, but he conversed only with the lady of the house-Mrs Knight--a lady silly enough in speech but sillier in conduct. She was the daughter of Lord Dormer, and had been educated in France. Ten years afterwards she was divorced from her husband in consequence of her preference for Lord Middleton -a swain of sixty-five. She was then about thirtyone. ... Her half brother who succeeded to the title was my friend. . . .
Believe me affectionately yours,
W. S. L.

To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
[BATH, June 3, 1848].
DEAR ROSE,
... To show you I do not spare my fingers-for head is but little in requisition- I

1 "Lamartine's `Histoire des Girondins' is the most successful book that has been published for many years. He is the jenny Lind of Literature."-" Greville Memoirs," Dec. 26, 1847. It was said afterwards to have been the prime cause of the Revolution of 1848. Mrs GravesSawle had asked Landor if he had read the book. He hurries to the Circulating Library, and cannot obtain it. With the impetuosity of his nature, he stops his subscription !

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