" Certainly my dear Miſs Johnson & I'll1 you"" why. When a face has too red a look it does "" not appear to so much advantage as it would ""were it paler."

" Pray Ma'am proceed in your story."" Well, as I said before, I was invited by this "" Lady to spend some weeks with her in town.""Many Gentlemen thought her Handsome""but in my opinion, Her forehead was too""high, hisher2 eyes too small & she had too ""much colour."

" In that Madam as I said before your Lady"" ship must have been mistaken. Mrs"" Watkins could not have too much colour""since no one can have too much."


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