infantine tho'though sprightly answers she returnedto their many questions, they resolved to takeher home &, having no Children of their own,to educate her with care & cost.

Being good People themselves, theirfirst & principal care was to incite inher a Love of Virtue & a Hatred of Vice, inwhich they so well succeeded (Eliza havinga natural turn that way herself) thatwhen she grew up, she was the delightof all who knew her.

Beloved by Lady Harcourt, adoredby Sir George & admired by all the world,she lived in a continued course of unin::terrupted Happineſs, till she had attainedher eighteenth year, when happeningone day to be detected in stealing a bank--note

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