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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

Rose with the violets and primroses at the stem. Winter has been variable and severe, two equally bad things, and not in climate only. You may easily imagine it has left no verdure on me, but it has not quite dried up the sap. And now I must express my regret that I have scarcely any autographs (1) of memorable men. Forster, who will write my life, took possession of all my correspondents' letters. A few of Sir W. Napier and of Kossuth are remaining. These are the greatest men of our age ; the one the greatest historian, the other the purest statesman. These you shall have when you come for them.
Ever yours affectionately,
W. S. LANDOR.

To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
March 16, [1855]
MY DEAR FRIEND,
If this letter should come a few days after date, it will be because I shall defer sending it until I can enclose a few verses. I hear that many of my writings get into newspapers, etc., of which I know nothing. In the beginning of next month Kossuth will contribute to the Atlas.(2) Thinking he

1 In reply to a letter asking for autographs.
2 Kossuth's first article was published in the Atlas of April 17, 1855

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