"Short & sweet;" (said Sophy.) but pray Mary howwill be this be made up?"1

"He ought to ask my pardon; but if he did, Iwould not forgive him."

"His Submiſsion then would not be very useful." When we were dreſsed we returned to the Par--lour where Mama & Mr Watts were in close Conversation. It seems that he had been com--plaining to her of her Daughter’s behaviour,& she had persuaded him to think no more of it.He therefore met Mary with all his accustomed Civility, & except one touch at the Phaeton andanother at the Greenhouse, the Evening wentoff with great Harmony & Cordiality. Watts isgoing to Town to hasten the preparations forthe Wedding. I am your affec:teaffectionate Freind G.S.


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