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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

good, clean hotel near the bridge. I tried another, it would not do. Bad smells are death to me.... Before you leave England you will certainly see Mrs Paynter. Present my kindest remembrances to her and Lord Aylmer, and believe me ever,
Your affectionate old friend,
W. S. LANDOR.

To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
BATH, [Feb. 1855]
DEAR ROSE,
You know I never delay for an hour answering your letters. This before me gives me pain. " In a few weeks I hope to be in Bath." A few weeks ! I t was a few weeks many weeks ago. Then it was to be toward the end of January, then before the end of February, and now February has only three weeks left. However, when you come at last you will remain until the London season hurries you away. My Lord the Admiral l says you are too fond of fashion. My reply to him is that fashion is too fond of you, and that you think it a duty to return the fondness.
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