Woman: but however there is no accountingfor some men's taste and as William is himselfnearly six feet high, it is not wonderful thathe should be partial to that height. Now as Ihave a very great Affection for my Brotherand should be extremely sorry to see him un::happy, which I suppose he means to be if hecannot marry Matilda, as moreover I knowthat his Circumstances will not allow himto marry [if]1 any one with out a fortune, and thatMatilda's is entirely dependant on her Father,who will neither have his own inclination


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