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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

His friend and mine, and every man's who lives, Or who shall live when days far off have risen. Here are they with me yet again, here dwell Among the sages of Antiquity, Under his hospitable roof whose life Surpasses theirs in strong activity,
Whose Genius walks more humbly, stooping down From the same highth to cheer the weak of soul And guide the erring from the tortuous way. Hail, ye departed ! hail, thou later friend, Julius ! but never by my voice invoked With such an invocation. ... hail, and live!

To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
BATH, Nov. [1852].
DEAR ROSE,
Ha, you see by these two words that I have not forgotten you. My memory is indeed become very imperfect ; but what is wonderful, my imagination is quite as vivid as ever. It is a sad disappointment to me that I shall not see you before February. Do not tell me that either of your boys is to be the genius of the family. It must go in the female line. ... Boxall is coming shortly to finish a picture of me begun in January.' You must not think me vain enough to desire a portrait of myself. My

1 This is no doubt the painting by Sir William Boxall, R.A., now at South Kensington Museum.

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