The Story Told by John (Part: 1)

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Mrs. John never varies in her story; which puzzles those who doubt of the truth, or are unwilling to believe it. A servant in the neighbor's yard, adjoining to Mrs. John’s house, heard her talking to somebody an hour of the time

The Story Told by John (Part: 1)

Mrs. John never varies in her story; which puzzles those who doubt of the truth, or are unwilling to believe it. A servant in the neighbor's yard, adjoining to Mrs. John’s house, heard her talking to somebody an hour of the time Mrs. Veal was with her. Mrs. John went out to her next neighbor's the very moment she parted with Mrs. Veal, and told her what ravishing conversation she had with an old friend, and told the whole of it. Courtliness's Book of Death is, since this happened, bought up strangely. And it is to be observed, that notwithstanding all the trouble and fatigue Mrs. John has undergone upon this account, she never took the value of a farthing, nor suffered her daughter to take anything of anybody, and therefore can have no interest in telling the story. But Mr. Veal does what he can to stifle the matter, and said, he would see Mrs. John; but yet it is certain matter of fact that he has been at Captain Watson since the death of his sister, and yet never went near Mrs. John; and some of his friends report her to be a liar, and that she knew of Mr. Breton's ten pounds a year. But the person, who pretends to say so, has the reputation of a notorious liar, among persons whom I know to be of undoubted credit.

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