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CHAPTER I
PUBLIC LATTERS 1838-1840

much greater, but that your wealth and prosperity will advance in a still higher degree, by the perpetually moving current of wellregulated colonization. The blood-suckers of stagnant Ireland will
no longer be able to derive forty or fifty shillings a year from a solitary acre of potato ground : for, suppose that regi-ating of land is not represt by law (as it ought to be) like regrating in the market,
yet such will be the quantity brought into cultivation at home, and such the facility of obtaining it abroad, that middlemen will be found only in your circulating libraries, and their suzerains must
return from England and learn arithmetic and humanity in your parish school rooms.
I am, Sir, &c., &c.,
WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR.

In an Imaginary Conversation published in 1829 (Nicholas and Michel) Landor suggested the possibility of the Pasha of Egypt, Mehemed Ali, being permitted to extend his authority over Syria and Arabia. In 1833) Syria was made over to the Pasha, in accordance with the Treaty of Kutajah ; but six years later the Sultan attempted to recover the province. The defeat of the imperial troops and the desertion of the Turkish Navy would have left Mehemed Ali master of the event, but for the interference of the Powers. I n July 1840, a Treaty was
signed by England, Russia, Austria, and Prussia, France dissenting, by which the Pasha was required to restore Syria and be content with the government of Egypt. Ultimately this decision had to be forced by arms.
Mr Greville says that the humiliation of Mehemet Ali had for years been one of Lord Palmerston's favourite projects. The Examiner of Sept. 8th, 1839, contained a short letter from Landor, headed

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