A letter from H---- G----g, esq; ... containing many ... occurrences which happened to the P- during the course of his mysterious progress

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Page 25 - It would then have been an Action unworthy of my real character under a feigned Name, to rob her of her Innocence; to ruin, and then to abandon her for ever; for you well know it suits not with the circumstances of my condition to enter into any Engagements of that Tender Nature she has a Right to expect.

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