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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

then to Burlingham and Cheltenham for a few days. Heartily glad shall I be to see Bath again, and you and Lady Caldwell and Rose. With compliments to Lord Aylmer,
I remain, dear Mrs Paynter,
Very sincerely yours,
W. S. LANDOR.
Pomero never writes to me but sends kind regards. In my last verses coast should be strand.

WRITTEN AT HURSTMONCEAUX.
ON READING A POEM OF WORDSWORTH'S.(1)
Derwent ! Winander ! sweetest of all sounds
The British tongue e'er utter'd ! lakes that Heaven
Reposes on, and finds his image there
In all its purity, in all its peace !
How are your ripples playing round my heart
From such a distance? While I gaze upon
The plain where William and where Caesar led
From the same Gaulish strand each conquering host,
And one the Briton, one the Saxon name,
Struck out with iron heel. Well may they play,
Those ripples, round my heart, buoyed up, entranced.
Derwent ! Winander ! your twin poets come
Star-crown'd along with you, nor stand apart.
Wordsworth comes hither, hither Southey comes,

1 These lines were printed in the Examiner, July gr, 1852. The" Julius" of the last line but one is Archdeacon Hare.

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