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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

till 11 next day. My patience and perseverance were rewarded. I am now like one of those saints who were flayed alive and I am somewhat more of a lobster color than a man's. I am told that in a fortnight I shall be as white as ever. We " ugly men " have not the privilege to be decollehls as you ladies have. I never had rheumatism since the year I left College. I caught it lying in a damp bed after hunting. Surely I must be made of iron all but the heart. What that is made of must be decided by those who have best examined it.
Your Mama has been specially kind to my nieces and drank tea with them on Friday, when she met their brother and his pretty, ladylike wife, sister to Brigadier-General Stanton, who commanded very ably and successfully a Brigade in the Crimea. Perhaps you may remember how bravely and calmly he acted against the popish rabble in Ireland three years ago.
I do not venture out of doors. No warning shall restrain me on the 19th Jany. if I live. Your birthday always makes me joyous. I was always melancholy on my own. I n future I shall be less so. I have nothing to hope or fear, God will do the best for us all. Adieu, dear Rose, till mi vien darideye.
W. S. L.

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