of considerable fortune.

The Dutcheſs no sooner beheld our Heroine than throwing her arms around herneck, she declared herself so much pleasedwith her, that she was resolved they nevermore should part. Eliza was delighted withsuch a protestation of freindship, & after takinga most affecting leave of her dear Mrs Wilson,accompanied her grace tthe1 next morningto her seat in Surry.

With every expression of regarddid the Dutcheſs introduce her to Lady Hariet, who was so much pleased by with2her appearance that she besought her, toconsider her as hisher3 Sister, which Eliza withthe greatest Condescension promised to do.


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