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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

deputation quite unexpected ; and by no means the smallest part of my pleasure was the introduction to me, on the following day, of Mr Lytton.(1) None of the younger poets of the day breathes so high a spirit of poetry. Of what impressed me most in the palace itself I should tell you that I saw the statue of Satan by --, and the wonderful picture of Cimabue and Giotto by --. Alas ! alas ! every name flies off from my memory when I would seize it. Leighton,(2) I should have said, is the painter ; the sculptor is Lough.(3)

To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
[1855]
DEAR ROSE,
Ever since I received your commands I have been looking over parcel after parcel of my letters to find any autograph worthy of your notice. It occurred to me, before I went to bed last night, that Forster had carried all such away with him. He will write my life in another year or two. I hope he is in no hurry. I am in none. I have never known more

1 Afterwards the Earl of Lytton, writing att this time under the nonzde-filuzne of Owen Meredith The following passage is from an unpublished letter of his, dated Florence, Jan. 7, 1854 :-" I have read the critique upon Landor's new work, and like the extract there given exceedingly. God bless him for what he says about the Madiai. That is a man I should greatly like to know."
2 The late Sir Francis Leighton, President of the Royal Academy.
3 Mr John Graham Lough, who died in 1876. Perhaps his best known statue is that of Her Majesty the Queen, in the Royal Exchange.

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