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The Ghost of SterneShe was better, Eliza said, because an idea had occurred to her,which she counted on her friends' help to carry out.before her husband came backFirst she wished to be propped up in bed, in order, she said"to be able to look at us both while she revealed her project."And Mr Mc Charles Mathews returned;herThe project wasreveal soon revealed directlywhenCharles Mathews returned.Sitting up in bed & looking at them both, Eliza announcedrentShe astonished & their hearts by saying what theyThe project was revelaed.Sitting up in bed, lookingat them both, often forced to pause for breath,sheeve reveal explained the design which how she knew shemust die, how she thought of her husbands loneliness distressed her,& more the thought that he would marry again a328woman who would not understand him;Were herWits wandering, the couple wondered, as she paused exhausted.NextThen she proceeded, the Amorrilas own state worriedweighed upon her mindher,so withheryoung, so inexperienced, youth & inexperience.Hersurely they wouldRealising this, surely they wouldshegrant her the last request she would ever make,&, takingher husbands hand, she kissed it, & kissingtakingAmerllisshe kissedit too,hand too"in a solemn manner which Iremember made me tremble all over"&?pledthenframe[?]proceeded to her terrible n a request.Would theypledge themselves to marry when she was dead?Charles was thoroughly annoyed. Ameliasobbed with ag burst into tears.Never, never, shecried could she feelIt was impossible she criedMr Matthewfairlyscolded theinvalidfor putting themin sucha ?positionNever she cried; it was unthinkable.Her only feelingfor Mr Mathew was friendship & admiration.The idea was painful, the scene distressing; only deliriumHowever -could excuse it; &for months a coldnesswas between them.However,Then, each had a vision:Eliza visited them