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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
[BATH, Feb. 4, 1857]
DEAR ROSE,
I trust I have never been so forgetfulas to have omitted sending you any passable poetryof mine. If you have the meeting of "Achilles and Helena on Ida,"(1) pray send it to me. I never wroteanything so good and cannot find it. Good bye.
W. S. L.

To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
[BATH, Feb. 14, 1857.]
DEAR ROSE,
I ought always to have sent you whatever poetry I had written. We, of course I mean we men, are apt to fancy that we have done what we ought.
" My Kid " is come back to me this morning. It was published in the Morning Star. I had forgotten this. Mr Linton,(2) who is to marry Eliza Lynn early in next year, was desired by her to look for it-which he did and found it. . .
W. S. LANDOR.

1 This dialogue in verse was published in the enlarged edition of " The Hellenics," 1859. A prose version had appeared in the " Imaginary Conversations of Greeks and Romans," 1853.
2 Mr William Linton, artist and writer, at one time a Chartist leader, and a friend of Garibaldi, died in New York, Dec. 30 ,1897.

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