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CHAPTER VI
PRIVATE LETTERS 1858-1861

a voice sweeter if possible in conversing with me than in singing at my request. Well do you remember the interest I took at all times in your welfare. The most affectionate of an affectionate family could not more heartily rejoice in your happiness. I regret my misfortune in the impossibility of my seeing Francis, and helping him a little way over the thorns of Latin and Greek. It might have caused me some vexation to part with my pictures. But my legal friends tell me that it is necessary. ... I am going to Genoa in another fortnight. May God continue to you every earthly blessing, for you deserve them all. Think sometimes of your faithful old friend,

W. S. LANDOR.
To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
[FLORENCE] Sept. 8, 1858.
In your letter to Julia you give me a hope, altho' a faint one, of seeing you in Italy. Feeble as I am, I will attempt to meet you in any part of the Continent at any season. If it never should be, perhaps in your walks you may take the road to Widcombe.(1) There

1 Landor, either before or after he left England, arranged that a space for a grave should be reserved for him in the churchyard at Widcombe, near Bath. I have the manuscript of his verses :
" Widcombe ! few seek with thee their resting place ;
But I, when I have run my weary race,
Will throw my bones upon thy churchyard turf," &c.
His purpose, however, was unfulfilled. He lies in the English cemetery in Florence, where a flat stone marks his grave. A monument to his memory has been erected by his sons in St Mary's Church, Warwick.

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