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say," replied the butler, " that I know much good of you. The night that gentleman's daughter was deluded to our house, you were one of them."-" So then," cried Sir William, " I find you have brought a very fine witness to prove your innocence: thou stain to humanity! to associate with such wretches! But," continuing his examination, " you tell me, Mr Butler, that this was the person who brought him this old gentleman's daughter." -" No, please your honour," replied the butler, " he did not bring her, for the 'Squire himself undertook that business ; but he brought the priest that pretended to marry them."-" It is but too true," cried Jenkinson; " I cannot deny it; that was the employment assigned me, and I confess it to my confusion."
" Good heavens," exclaimed the Baronet, " how every new discovery of his villainy alarms me l All his guilt is now too plain, and I find his present prosecution was dictated by tyranny, cowardice, and revenge. At my request, Mr Gaoler, set this young officer, now your prisoner, free, and trust to me for the consequences. I'll make it my business to set the affair in a proper light to my friend the magistrate, who has committed him. But where is the unfortunate young lady herself? Let her appear to confront this wretch: I long to know by what arts he has seduced her. Entreat her to come in. Where is she? "
" Ah! Sir," said I, " that question stings me to the heart : I was once indeed happy in a daughter, but her miseries-" Another interruption here prevented me; for who should make her appearance but Miss Arabella Wilmot, who was next day to have been married to Mr Thornhill. Nothing could equal her surprise at seeing Sir William and his nephew here before her; for her

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