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years, and I--.But I will not anticipate. The pretty widow, Mrs Jameson, had been staying a month with a friend in our neighborhood, andswer was, he is old enough to be your father. The beautiful Mrs. Jameson was still young, but nearer William's age than I was. My pulse b a sort of brain fever, which was very much aggravated when the widow Jameson called to see me. When I was recovering — when I was very inking how noble and handsome he was, and then I thought of the widow Jameson, and of her beauty, and I said: "Uncle William, has Mrs. JamesoMrs. Jameson rode Selim yet?" "Agnes, dear," he said, almost impatiently, "I wish you never would call me 'Uncle William' again;" and his forehead heart, and I said, blushing and smiling? "Why should I not call you uncle, and Mrs. Jameson aunt, when she is your wife?" "My wife!" saiMrs. Jameson aunt, when she is your wife?" "My wife!" said he, vehemently. "I shall never marry, unless my little Agnes will be my wife." "You would not marry a little which?" I said. "And