"soon forgot I had one, insomuch that when, we""shortly after found thisher1 in the very Haycock, I"" had placed her, I had no more idea of her being""my own, than you had do , & nothing I will venture to"" say would have recalled the circumstance to my re :"" membrance, but my thus accidentally hearing her ""voice, which now strikes me as never before struck me with being""the very counterpart of my own Child's."

" The rational & convincing Account you have"" given of the whole affair, said Sir George, leaves ""no doubt of her being our Daughter & as such""I freely forgive the robbery she was guilty of."

A mutual Reconciliation then took place,& Eliza, ascending the Carriage with her two Children returned to that home from which shehad been absent nearly four years.


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