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CHAPTER VI
PRIVATE LETTERS 1858-1861

I have received more than I can digest or swallow. For the greater part of my last poems I want pardon rather than praise. Most happy shall I be to subscribe to the Codex flug-iensa's,(1) the labour of so eminent a scholar and so virtuous a man. I wish I myself partook of either quality. I have forgotten my Greek, of which I had formerly as much as boys of fifteen have now. Butler,(2) afterwards Bishop of Lichfield, and myself were the first at Rugby, or, I believe, at any other school, who attempted a Greek verse. His was the best. Latin I still possess a small store of. I will enclose the prospectus to my nephew, and request him to forward it to my brother Robert. ...
Ever most afftly. yours,
W. S. LANDOR.

BOULOGNE, HOTEL DE LONllKES, Juzy 23 [1858].
DEAR ROSE,
In leaving England for ever, the heaviest of my sorrows is that I shall never see you again. I shall retain in my inmost heart the grateful memory of your kindness and compassion. How is it possible that I could ever forget the comfort you gave me, when circumstances made it impossible for me to remain in Italy. How often have I listened to

1 Edited by the Rev. F. H. Scrivener, 1859
2 The Right Reverend Samuel Butler, Bishop of Lichfield, died in 1839.

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