" & fortune; butshe was in general esteemed a""pretty Woman, but I never thought her""very handsome, for my part." She had too"" high a forehead, Her eyes were too small &""she had too much colour."

"How can that be?" interruptinged Miſs Johnsonreddening with anger; "Do you think that""any one can have too much colour?"" Indeed I do, & I'll tell you why I do my dear"" Alice; when a person has too great a degree ""of red in their Complexion, it gives their ""face in my opinion, too red a look." much colour."

"But can a face my Lady have too red""a look."?

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