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vailed upon to stay supper. The stranger's conversation, which was at once pleasing and instructive, induced me to wish for a continuance of it; but it was now hi-h time to retire and take refreshment against the fatigues of the following day.
The next morning we all set forward together, my family on horseback, while Mr Burchel}, our new companion, walked along the footpath by the roadside, observing with a smile, that, as we were ill-mounted, he would be too generous to attempt leaving us behind. As the floods were not yet subsided, we were obliged to hire a guide, who trotted on before, Mr Burche}1 and I bringing up the rear. We lightened the fatigues of the road with philosophical disputes, which he seemed to understand perfectly. But what surprised me most was, that though he was a money-borrower, he defended his opinions with as much obstinacy as if he had been my patron. He now and then also informed me to whom the different seats belonged that lay in our view as we travelled the road. "That," cried he, pointing to a very magnificent house which stood at some distance, " belongs to Mr Thornhill, a young gentleman who enjoys a. large fortune, though entirely dependent on the will of his uncle, Sir William Thornhil}, a gentleman who, content with a little himself, permits his nephew to enjoy the rest, and chiefly resides in town."-" What! " cried I, " is my young landlord, then, the nephew of a man whose virtues, generosity, and singularities are so universally known? I have heard Sir William Thornhill represented as one of the most generous yet whimsical men in the kingdom-a man of consummate benevolence."-" Something, perhaps, too much so," replied Mr Bu.rchell ;" at least he carried benevolence to an

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