There was a something in the appearanceof the second Stranger, that influencedCharlotte in his favour, to the full as muchas the appearance of the first: she couldnot account for it, but so it was.

Having therefore agreable to that& the natural turn of her mind to makeevery one happy, promised to become his Wife the next morning, he took his leave& the two Ladies sat down to Supper ona young Leveret, a brace of Partridges, aleash of Pheasants & a Dozen of Pigeons.

Chapter the Fourth

It was not till the next morningthat Charlotte recollected the double en::gagement she had entered into; but whenshe did, the reflection of her past folly,

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