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Excerpt from Happiness, Vol. 1 of 2: A Tale, for the Grave and the Gay
To her person, and the subserviency of his will and inclinations to her caprice. Pos sessing more natural strength of mind than Sir George, she felt her superiority, and was resolved to maintain it; and though her tyranny was sufficiently irksome, it was on the whole beneficial to his interests. Lady.
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