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enough in themselves — and their in::marriage, instead of being depriveding1her of one freind the by Anne's marriage, it gained her another secured her two. When they had any home, she was frequently w She was one oftheir first visitors in their settled Life — and Capt.Captain Wentworth, byputting her in the way of reco::vering her Husband'sthe property in the W.West Indies,by giving her the writing for her, & acting for her, & seeing her throughall the petty Difficulties of the case,with the activity & exertion of afearleſs friend Man, & a determinedfriend, convinced her of his being much nearer Perfection than her intercourse with the World had fully requited theservices she had rendered, or hadevermeant to render her friend, to his Wifeand could not fail of  And having received such fre abenefit from establishing his And having done  him, not even his wife could so much for her, scarcely could Mrs . Smith's estimate of his Perfections could his wife even think him nearer be surpaſsed only by that Wife's. perfection, —

Finis. July 16.  1816.


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