general they were virtuously inclined & not given to any wicked ways. Their family beingtoo large to accompany them in every visit,they took nine with them alternately. Whentheir coach stopped at theSir Godfrey's door, theMiſs Marlow's Hearts throbbed in the eagerexpectation of once more beholdinga familyso dear to them. Emma the youngest (who wasmore particularly interested in their arrival,being attached to their eldest Son) continuedat her Dreſsing-room window in anxious Hopes of seeing young Edgar descend fromthe Carriage.

Mr & Mrs Willmot with their threeeldest Daughters first appeared — Emmabegan to tremble —. fear —. Robert, Richard, Ralph,& Rodolphus followed — Emma turned pale —.

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