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Ending with the line: "so I came off with flying colours, tho' from an affair, in which I was at the very brink of destruction."

Moll laid low for a while, knowing that if she was caught she would be treated as an "old offender" because her name had been known at Newgate for so long. One evening, however, she met a man at a gaming house who took her for a ride in his coach. He was very drunk, and after they had sex, he fell asleep. Moll robbed him and quietly slipped out of the coach.

After hearing Moll's description of the man, the governess was sure she knew who the man is. She went to see him at his home and told him she knew exactly what happened to him (he was claiming to have been robbed by...

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