Lady Frances Sunbury . . 33
Her Portrait—her meeting Lord Francis Sun-
bury—A ppeal to the Heart—an innocent De-
lusion—they return to London—the Bans
are published—the Lovers are united—a vi-
sible Change -she bears it with Patience—re-
tires to the Sea-shore—Conclusion.
The Duke Of Warton . . 47
His Dresssing-room—his Search after Pleasure—
his Motives for leading a single Life—Re-
flections—an Anecdote—casting Lots for Fa-
therhood—he is declared Father—returns to
his favourite Pursuit—his excellent Qualities
over-balance his Faults.
Mrs. Arlington . ... 59
A fair and just Defence—a Caution to married
Women—Damage-hunting Husb and—aWord
en passant—Bribery—Nothing can compen.
sate the Loss of a good Wife—she was skilled
Sir Jacob Sampson . 1 .69
His Character—and Friend—Admonitions re-