Sir Charles Grandison scorned to deny herselfwhen at Home, as she looked on thatfashionable method of shutting out dis::agreable Visitors, as little leſs thandownright Bigamy.

In spite of the wine she hadbeen drinking, poor Alice was uncom::monly out of spirits; she could thinkof nothing but Charles Adams, she couldtalk of nothing but him, & in short spokeso openly that Lady Williams soon dis: per::ceivedcovered the unreturned affection she bore him, whichexcited her Pity & Compaſsion so stronglythat she addreſsed her in the following Manner.

"I perceive but too plainly my dear Miſs"

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