Amanda has recently discovered that her feckless husband has returned
My Dear, I have News for you.
I guess at it: And wou'd be fain satisfied of the Particulars: Your Husband is returned, and I hear knows nothing of your being alive: Young Worthy has told me of your design upon him.
T'is that I wanted your advice in; what think you of it?
O! I admire it: Next to forgetting your Husband, tis the Best Council was ever given you; for under the Disguise of Mistress, you may now take a fair advantage of Indulging your Love, and the little Experience you have had of it already, has been just enough not to let you be afraid of a Man.
Will you never leave your Mad humour?
Not till my youth leaves me: Why should Women affect Ignorance among themselves, when we converse with Men indeed? Modesty and Good Breeding Oblige us not to
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