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- IN TWO VOLUMES.
7 : ) VOL. II.
SAMUEL T, ARMSTRONG AND CRoCKER & BREWSTER,
"— I have flaunted in the Iuo, and cut
My seniles in prodigality away;
And now, and now—no matter. I have done—
Whether i live scorn'd or belov'd."—Barry Cornwall
"Oh, blessed, blessed company.
The remaining page of Julia Wilmington's sad ^history is a brief one. After writing the letter, which in detached paragraphs we have already laid before our readers, she returned, with apparent interest, to the occupations, which, till the late unhappy event, had always afforded her delight. She visited the cottages of the poor, administered especially to the comfort of the sick, and superintended a school which owed its existence to her bounty. All allusions to her faithless lover were studiously avoided by her triends, and she herself never once adverted to