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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

I have a good mind to write an address to the electors-yes I will. Look on the other side-find it and improve it.
Ever faithfully and affectionately yours,
W. S. LANVOR.

" My friends and constituents ! Five years ago you elected me as your Representative in Parliament. I humbly hope that I have performed my duties to you and to the people at large : certain I am that I have done it to the best of my ability. Should you again deem me worthy of your favor I shall continue in the same unalterable course : but I would not by encountering a contest, disturb the harmony now prevailing in the Borough."

To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
[BATH, OCT. 23, 1857]
DEAR ROSE,
Your last letter was greatly more satisfactory than the former. Often did I wish that your rheumatism could be removed to me. My shoulders have borne heavier and more irritating burdens, and your presence has made them fall off. Now will you believe that I was seized last Wednesday by the most inflammatory pains in the shoulder and right side. If I were half as pious as I ought to be, I should believe that my interior prayers were heard. I was recommended to apply a mustard poultice. I never do things by halves. I kept it about me from 8 at night

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