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CHAPTER VI
PRIVATE LETTERS 1858-1861

come to Bath, I do trust that I may be able to do it. Until then and ever after,
Believe me, with all my old faith,
Yours,
W. S. L.

To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
[BATH, Feb. 1, 1858.]
DEAR ROSE,
Of all the letters I have received on my birthday yours is the most precious to me. I am unworthy of your prayers and almost of your thoughts. But God will grant your prayers that the children may soon be restored to health. ... Dr Watson tells me that he sees no reason why I should not live another ten years, and that he does not remember my looking better than I do now. A lady would equivocate and say, " I do not see much difference."
Entreating the Almighty to protect you all,
Believe me, dear Rose,
Yr. ever affte. friend,
W. S. LANVOR.

To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
[BATH, Feb. 8, 1858.]
DEAR ROSE,
For all my pride, and there is no little of it, you alone are accountable. Praises for my writings

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