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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

had begun to do it I sent a couple of articles,(1) and entered my name as a subscriber. The world has seen only one man in two thousand years so eloquent as Kossuth. I have a letter from him (2) which I trust my grandchildren will value as the highest honor that could be conferred on the best of them, and the most imperishable part of their heritage.
Never was book so negligently printed as Lady Blessington's Life and Correspondence.(3) In regard to myself, I was obliged to remark through the Athenreum (4) that my godfather, General Powell, never was in London when I was, that he offered my brother a commission, on my refusal to dissemble my political opinions. My brother did not accept the commission, because the Rectory of Colton, worth f1000 a year, was always given to the second son. Again, my wife's ancestor, Baron Jean Thuillier Malaperte de Nieuville, was not First gentleman of the Bedchamber to Charles the Eighth, but only one of them. The family left France for religion and settled at Geneva.

1 The Atlas of March 17, 1855, contains two letters from Landor, on "The False Politics of the War," and "The King of Prussia." See Part II.
2 A letter from Kossuth to Landor, dated Winchester, October24, 1851, was printed in the Examiner of November 1, 184 1, together with Landor's reply.
3"The Literary Life and Correspondence of the Countess of Blessington," by R. R. Madden. 3 vols. 1855.
4 Landor's letter was published in the Atheztmuzn, March 3. See Forster's " Life."

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