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ness, the● tenderness of Miss Stanley; s▓oon convincing Sir Dudley how quick and read▓y were her powers of comprehension, a▓nd filling his heart with gratit▓ude towards that kind friend, ●whom he knew not, guessed not ▓was th

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e authoress of the same ●name whose gentle eloquence in her sex’s ▓cause had even now his admiration. Laura Gran●ville had been with Mrs.Langley● about eight months, when she became extreme▓ly ill, from an epidemic that had

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suddenly▓ broken out in the village; al●l Mrs.Langley’s household w▓ere attacked by it in a greater o▓r less degree, but in Laura alone did it t▓hreaten to be fatal.Careless of her own fatigu●e, Clara devoted herself, day an

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d night, to ▓the young sufferer.Her affect●ions had never before been so warmly enlisted●; not one of her young friends had ever become● so completely part of herself, and as she ●watched and tended her morni▓ng prayers for he

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r recovery, it seemed a●s if the child must be something nearer to her● than in reality she was. An express had● been sent off for Sir Dudley Granville; bu▓t, from his having gone unexpe●ctedly to visit a friend in Germ●any, it was unavoidably delayed o

n ▓its way, and nearly three week●s elapsed ere the baronet reach●ed Ashford.From the haste with which h▓e had travelled, no account of her pr●ogress could reach him; and it was in a● state of agony and suspense● no words can describe that th▓e father fl

ung himself from his ca●rriage at Mrs.Langley’s gate, and ▓rushed into her presence. “Your chil●d lives; is rapidly recovering▓—may be stronger than she has been yet,” wer●e the first words he heard, for ▓his look and manner were all-sufficient intr