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CHAPTER VI
PRIVATE LETTERS 1858-1861

year and many of them. Wish me one; this will be quite enough. I mean the Christmas, not the entire year. I never was desirous of a long life. You have greatly contributed to the happiness of nearly a quarter. . . .
When I left Fiesole I went to Siena with my friend Browning. Mr Story,(1) the son of judge Story, the celebrated American jurist, most hospitably received me into his villa until a smaller one was prepared for my reception. The good Sandford is gone to Egypt. He often came to visit me. Also the Bishop of Jamaica;(2) he sent to me his poetry, and his lady wrote me a most flattering note on the eve of his departure. He is dead since. Poor man ! he smiled when I told him I was once a poacher on his grandfather's grounds at Blenheim.
I have lately been confined to my room and am still very weak. I begin to sleep about six in the morning and again take my siesta as usual. On the

1 Mr W. W. Story, the American sculptor, died in Rome, where he had resided for the past forty years, on Oct. 6, 1895. His statue of Peabody, the philanthropist, stands in front of the Royal Exchange. He was the friend of Thackeray, Hawthorne, Browning and Tennyson. His father, judge Joseph Story, was Chief Justice of the United States and a distinguished jurist. See Landor's verses in " Heroic Idyls," P. 268.
" Story ! whose sire maintained the cause Of freedom and impartial laws," &c.
2 The Right Rev. Aubrey George Spencer, Bishop of Jamaica, was the son of the Hon. William Spencer, the poet (see p. 85), and grandson of the second Duke of Marlborough. But he did not die till 1872.

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