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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
[BATH, Dec. 1850.]
Christmas must not pass over without a letter to my dear friend at Restormel. I have not the heart to wait till the first day of the New Year : my wishes fly in bright clouds before it. I had not been in Gt. Bedford Street since you left, nor anywhere else. ... During the winter I do not even leave my card at houses, liable as I am to take cold by standing a few moments at the door. Within the last fortnight I have walked twice in the Crescent, never beyond. And now about another person much more interesting and important. My friend Mr Sandford, the friend also of Klapka (1) and all the other chief Hungarians, met me at the station. ..
W. LANDOR.

REPROOF OF THANKS.(2)
Nay, thank me not again for those Camelias, that untimely rose ;
But if, whence you might please the more And win the few unwon before,

1 General George Klapka, one of the foremost leaders of the Hungarian Revolution, died in May 1892. His book on "The War in the East from 1853 to 1855," was translated into English, and was referred to by Landor in a letter to the Examiner of Oct. 13, 1855
2 These verses were printed in Leigh Hunt's Journal, March 1, 1851.

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