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Having already satu- rated herself in the literature of the Georgian period in writing her excellent account of the Hanoverian queens, she has found it easy to reproduce Walpole in his true milieu. Fox,' w T ith which the lively fldneur, in his detach- ment, had little to do. She has been able to impart some novelty to her narrative by making good use of the correspond- ence of the time brought to light by the Historical MSS. As a biographer she evinces a more sympathetic insight into the character of her subject than most of her predecessors, and one, therefore, more likely to be just.
Notwith- standing Walpole's love of gossip and badinage,. He had, indeed, a genius for friendship, and was inclined rathei? He certainly was not the inept and empty-headed fribble that Macaulay tried to make out. Owing to his fastidious tastes and somewhat valetudinarian state of health, Walpole was content to stand aloof as an amused spectator of the ever-interesting comedy of life.
But she herself gives an instance of his declining the proposed acquaint- ance of a Mr.