Excerpt from Sharpe's London Magazine: A Journal of Entertainment and Instruction for General Reading; With Elegant Wood Engravings; May, 1845, to October, 1846
At these words, Miss Mackay boldly stepped forward, and, allowing the nature of her suspicions to transpire, entreated him, if he could trust in her kindness and regard, and she could in any way relieve or assist him, to say what it was that weighed so heavily on his mind; adding, that though she could not claim a sister's right, yet, in his case, a sister's very anxiety and affection mi ht prevent her being an equally safe confidant.
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