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THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD

merely to avoid a prison myself ; and thus, to escape one pang, break my child's heart with a thousand? "
He acquiesced in the justice of this answer, but could not avoid observing, that he feared my daughter's life was already too much wasted to keep me long a prisoner. " However," continued he, " though you refuse to submit to the nephew, I hope you have no objections to laying your case before the uncle, who has the first character in the kingdom for everything that is just and good. I would advise you to send him a letter by the post, intimating all his nephew's ill-usage; and my life for it, that in three days you shall have an answer." I thanked him for the hint, and instantly set about complying ; but I wanted paper, and unluckily all our money had been laid out that morning in prcvisions : however, he supplied me.
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