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reason for it neither; nor why Mr Simpkins got the ten thousand pound prize in the lottery, and we sat down with a blank. " I protest, Charles," cried my wife, " this is the way you always damp my girls and me when we are in spirits. Tell me, Sophy, my dear, what do you think of our new visitor? Don't you think he seemed to be good-natured? "-" Immensely so, indeed, mamma," replied she; " I think he has a great deal to say upon everything, and is never at a loss ; and the more trifling the subject, the more he has to say."-" Yes," cried Olivia, " he is well enough for a man; but, for my part, I don't much like him; he is so extremely impudent and familiar; but on the guitar he is shocking." These two last speeches I interpreted by contraries. I found by this, that Sophia internally despised, as much as Olivia secretly admired him. " Whatever may be your opinions of him, my children," cried I, " to confess a truth, he has not prepossessed me in his favour. Disproportioned friendships ever terminate in disgust ; and l thought, notwithstanding a11 his ease, that he seemed perfectly sensible of the distance between us. Let us keep to companions of our own rank. There is no character more contemptible than a man that is a fortune-hunter; and I can see no reason why fortune-hunting women should not be contemptible too. Thus, at best, we shall be contemptible if his views are honourable; but if they be otherwise !-l should shudder but to think of that. It is true, I have no apprehensions from the conduct of my children; but I think there are some from his character." I would have proceeded but for the interruption of a servant from the 'Squire, who, with his compliments, sent us a side of venison, and a promise to dine with us some

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days after. This well-timed present pleaded more powerfully in his favour than anything I had to say could obviate. I therefore continued silent, satisfied with just having pointed out danger, and leaving it to their own discretion to avoid it. That virtue which requires to be ever guarded is scarce worth the sentinel.

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