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was to run off,-by which Mr Thornhill would have the better opportunity of gaining her affections himself, under the character of her defender."
Sir William remembered the coat to have been worn by his nephew, and all the rest the prisoner himself confirmed by a more circumstantial account: concluding, that Mr Thornhill had often declared to him that he was in love with both sisters at the same time.
" Heavens! " cried Sir William, " what a viper have I been fostering in my bosom! And so fond of public justice, too, as he seemed to be! But he shall have it; secure him, Mr Gaoler-Yet, hold! I fear there is not legal evidence to detain him."
Upon this, Mr Thornhill, with the utmost humility, entreated that two such abandoned wretches might not be admitted as evidences against him, but that his servants should be examined. " Your servants! " replied Sir William. " Wretch! call them yours no longer: but come, let us hear what those fellows have to say; let his butler be called."
When the butler was introduced, he soon perceived by his former master's looks that all his power was now over. " Tell me," cried Sir William, sternly, " have you ever seen your master and that fellow dressed up in his clothes, in company together? "-" Yes, please your honour," cried the butler, " a thousand times : he was the man that always brought him his ladies."-" How! " interrupted young Mr Thornhill, " this to my face?" " Yes," replied the butler, " or to any man's face. To tell you a truth, Master Thornhill, I never either loved or liked you, and I don't care if I tell you now, a piece of my mind."-" Now, then," cried Jenkinson, "tell his honour whether you know anything of me."-" I can't

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