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other, " you were: and I hope you will show a proper return of friendship to your own honest Jenkinson, who brings you a wife; and if the company restrain their curiosity a few minutes, they shall see her." So saying, he went off, with his usual celerity, and left us all unable to form any probable conjecture as to his design. " Ay, let him go," cried the 'Squire; " whatever else I may have done, I defy him there. I am too old now to be frightened with squibs."
" I am surprised," said the Baronet, " what the fellow can intend by this. Some low piece of humour, I suppose! "-" Perhaps, Sir," replied I, " he may have a more serious meaning. For when we reflect on the various schemes this gentleman has laid to seduce innocence, perhaps some one more artful than the rest has been found able to deceive him. When we consider what numbers he has ruined, how many parents now feel, with anguish, the infamy and the contamination which he has brought into their families, it would not surprise me if some one of them Amazement ! Do I see my lost daughter? Do I hold her? It is, it is my life, my happiness ! I thought thee lost, my Olivia, yet still I hold thee-and still thou shalt live to bless me." The warmest transports of the fondest lover were not greater than mine, when I saw him introduce my child, and held my daughter in my arms, whose silence only spoke her raptures.
" And art thou returned to me, my darling," cried I, ")to be my comfort in age? "-" That she is," cried Jenkinson; " and make much of her, for she is your own honourable child, and as honest a woman as any in the whole room, let the other be who she will. And as for you, 'Squire, as sure as you stand there, this young lady

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