which so amply atone for the Horror, withwhich your first appearance must everinspire the unwary visitor."

"Your sentiments so nobly expreſsed onthe different excellencies of Indian & English Muslins, & the judicious preference you givethe former, have excited in me an admira::tion of which I can alone give an adequateidea, by aſsuring you it is nearly equalto what I feel for myself."

Then making a profound Curtesyto the amiable & abashed Rebecca, theyleft the room & hurried home.

From this period, the intimacy betweenthe Families of Fitzroy, Drummond, andFalknor, daily encreased till at length itgrew to such a pitch, that they did notscruple to kick one another out of the window

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