Autograph letter signed : [Florence], to Eliza Lynn Linton, [1862 Jan.].


Landor, Walter Savage, 1775-1864. Autograph letter signed : [Florence], to Eliza Lynn Linton, [1862 Jan.].

Autograph letter signed : [Florence], to Eliza Lynn Linton, [1862 Jan.].

Regretting that his money is tied up in chancery because he would like to help her financially; complaining that his wife and children treated him with unkindness and cut down a hedge that protected him from the sun; saying that he gave the house in Tuscany to his eldest son; reporting that the bishop Spenser compared his family's treatment of him to King Lear; discussing Shakespeare and [G.P.R.] James.

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