the Dutcheſs's vengeance, which they had somuch reason to apprehend.

In France they remained 3 years, duringwhich time they became the parents of two Boys, & at the end of it Eliza became a widowwithout any thing to support either her orher Children. They had lived since their Marriage at the rate of 128,000£ ya1 year, ofwhich Mr Cecil's estate being rather leſsthan the twentieth part, they had been ableto save scarce but a trifle, having lived to theutmost extent of their Income.

Eliza, being perfectly conscious ofthe derangement in their affairs, immediatelyon her Husband's death set sail for England, ina man of War of 55 Guns, which they had


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