The note we have transcribed, confirmed Sir Charles Euston's idea of his wife's aversion, and renewed his resolution of leaving her to her own operations; he therefore contented himself with writing in reply, that the sum she required he would double; but entreated her, for his honour, and her own, not to be led away by a system which would infallibly tend to disgrace both, but to preserve that sort of appearance, so necessary to command the respect of the world; and he concluded with a solemn, and earnest entreaty, that she would no longer continue an inmate of the same house with Miss Davies. /