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Ending with the line: "but I leave the readers of these things to their own just reflections, which they will be more able to make effectual than I, who soon forgot myself, and am therefore but a very indifferent monitor."

Moll returned to England, and brought enough wealth with her from Virginia to set herself up as a somewhat wealthy widow and to take care of herself for some time. However, the ship carrying her cargo ran into some bad weather, and most of her cargo was lost or ruined. Moll moved to Bath, because it was quite cheap to live there, and again hoped to find a husband. She quickly learned that at Bath "men find a mistress sometimes, but very rarely look for a wife."

After some time, she met a man with whom she became close friends and...

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