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has this gentleman told me! He had at last art enough to persuade me, that my promise to the only man I esteemed was no longer binding, since he had been unfaithful. By his falsehoods I was taught to detest one equally brave and generous! "
But by this time my son was freed from the encumbrances of justice, as the person supposed to be wounded was detected to be an impostor. Mr Jenkinson, also, who had acted as his valet-de-chambre, had dressed up his hair, and furnished him with whatever was necessary to make a genteel appearance. He now therefore entered, handsomely dressed in his regimentals; and, without vanity (for I am above it), he appeared as handsome a fellow as ever wore a military dress. As he entered, he made Miss Wilmot a modest and distant bow, for he was not as yet acquainted with the change which the eloquence of his mother had wrought in his favour. But no decorums could restrain the impatience of his blushing mistress to be forgiven. Her tears, her looks, all contributed to discover the real sensations of her heart, for having forgotten her former promise, and having suffered herself to be deluded by an impostor. My son appeared amazed at her condescension, and could scarce believe it real." Sure, madam," cried he, " this is but delusion! I can never have merited this! To be blessed thus is to be too happy."-" No, sir," replied she; " I have been deceived, basely deceived, else nothing could have ever made me unjust to my promise. You know my friendship-you have long known itbut forget what I have done, and as you once had my warmest vows of constancy, you shall now have them repeated; and be assured, that, if your Arabella cannot be yours, she shall never be another's."-" And no

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