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could you," cried I, turning to Mr. Jenkinson, " how could you add to my miseries by the story of her death? But it matters not; my pleasure at finding her again is more than a recompense for the pain."
" As to your question," replied Jenkinson, " that is easily answered. I thought the only probable means of freeing you from prison was by submitting to the 'Squire, and consenting to his marriage with the otheryoung lady. But these you had vowed never to grant while your daughter was living : there was therefore no other method to bring things to bear, but by persuading you that she was dead. I prevailed on your wife to join in the deceit, and we have not had a fit opportunity of undeceiving you till now."
In the whole assembly now there appeared only two faces that did not glow with transport. Mr Thornhill's assurance had entirely forsaken him; he now saw the gulf of infamy and want before him, and trembled to take the plunge. He therefore fell on his knees before his uncle, and in a voice of piercing misery implored compassion. Sir William was going to spurn him away, but at my request he raised him, and, after pausing a few moments, " Thy vices, crimes, and ingratitude," cried he, " deserve no tenderness ; yet thou shalt not be entirely forsaken,-a bare competence shall be supplied to support the wants of life, but not its follies. This young lady, thy wife, shall be put in possession of a third part of that fortune which once was thine, and from her tenderness alone thou art to expect any extraordinary supplies for the future." He was going to express his gratitude for such kindness in a set speech; but the Baronet prevented him, by bidding him not aggravate his meanness, which was already but too apparent. He ordered him at

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