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CHAPTER I
PUBLIC LATTERS 1838-1840

DURING his last residence in Bath, Landor was perpetually addressing letters to the Examiner. A few of them were reprinted in pamphlet form, and afterwards in " Last Fruit of an Old Tree," but the greater part have never yet been retrieved from the limbo of old newspapers. In addition to signed letters and articles, and occasional poetry, he also contributed anonymous reviews, portions of which were subsequently incorporated in "Imaginary Conversations"; but to these it is seldom possible to discover a clue. In the following selection an endeavour has been made to put together all his more important writings on political and literary subjects.
The following letter was addressed to Daniel O'Connell, and was printed in the Examiner of September 30, 1838. Mr Forster in his "Life of Landor " quotes O'Connell's reply, but he does not give the letter which evoked it.
To Daniel O'Connell, Esq., M.P.
BATH, Sefit. 25, 1838.
SIR,
There are so many of all conditions who take the liberty of writing and appealing to you, that you hardly can wonder if another, whose name is unknown to you, should offer a few reflections. The

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