They were exceeedingly handsome and somuch alike, that it was not every onewho knew them apart. — Nay even theirmost intimate freinds had nothing todistinguish them by, but the shape ofthe face, the colour of the Eye, the lengthof the Nose & the difference of the com::plexion.

Elfrida had an intimate freind towhom, being on a visit to an Aunt, shewrote the following Letter.

To Miſs Drummond

"Dear Charlotte"

"I should be obliged to you, if you""would buy me, during your stay with""Mrs Williamson, a new & fashionable"" Bonnet, to suit the complexion of your"

"E. Falknor."

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