34 — Mr. De Courcy to Lady Susan— Hotel
I write only to bid you farewell， the spell is removed； I see you as you are. Since we parted yesterday， I have received from indisputable authority such a history of you as must bring the most mortifying conviction of the imposition I have been under， and the absolute necessity of an immediate and eternal separation from you. You cannot doubt to what I allude. Langford！ Langford！ that word will be sufficient. I received my information in Mr. Johnson‘s house， from Mrs. Mainwaring herself. You know how I have loved you； you can intimately judge of my present feelings， but I am not so weak as to find indulgence in describing them to a woman who will glory in having excited their anguish， but whose affection they have never been able to gain.
R. DE COURCY.