Daughter of eighteen.

Elfrida, who had found her former ac::quaintance were growing too old & too uglyto be any longer agreable, was rejoiced tohear of the arrival of so pretty a girl asEleanor with whom she determined to formthe strictest freindship.

But the Happineſs she had expectedfrom an acquaintance with Eleanor, shesoon found was not to be received, for she hadnot only the mortification of finding her::self treated by her as little leſs than anold woman, but had actually the horrorof perceiving a growing paſsion in the Bosom of Frederic for the Daughter of theamiable Rebecca.

The instant she had the firstidea of such an attachment, she flew to

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