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the same time to be gone, and from all his former domestics to choose one, such as he should think proper, which was all that should be granted to attend him.
As soon as he left us, Sir William very politely stepped up to his new niece with a smile, and wished her joy. His example was followed by Miss Wilmot and her father. My wife, too, kissed her daughter with much affection; as, to use her own expression, she was now made an honest woman of. Sophia and Moses followed in turn; and even our benefactor Jenkinson desired to be admitted to that honour. Our satisfaction seemed scarcely capable of increase. Sir William, whose greatest pleasure was in doing good, now looked round with a countenance open as the sun, and saw nothing but joy in the looks of all except that of my daughter Sophia, who, for some reasons we could not comprehend, did not seem perfectly satisfied. " I think now," cried he, with a smile, " that all the company except one or two seem perfectly happy. There only remains an act of justice for me to do. You are sensible, Sir," continued he, turning to me, " of the obligations we both owe to Mr Jenkinson; and it is but just we should both reward him for it. Miss Sophia will, I am sure, make him very happy, and he shall have from me five hundred pounds as her fortune; and upon this I am sure they can live very comfortably together. Come, Miss Sophia, what say you to this match of my making? Will you have him? " My poor girl seemed almost sinking into her mother's arms at the hideous proposal. " Have him, Sir! " cried she faintly; " no, Sir, never!"-" What 1" cried he again, "not have Mr Jenkinson, your benefactor, a handsome young fellow, with five hundred pounds, and good expectations? "

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