When the Justice found so many circumstances spontaneously conspiring to vindicate her innocence, that her amiable simplicity subjected her to so many <text loss> and that she was the object rather of a polite humanity than of persecution, he resolved to interest himself in her safety. And, in the first place, ordered one of his men to go and conduct Joe to his Mistress. As to the fat woman, the Justice told her that her money should be taken care of; and the highwayman remanded to prison. Joe arrives. I have not time to describe every thing; but my readers may be assured that the meeting between him and Julia was fully affectionate. Suffice to say that Julia pressed him warmly by the hand, and half cried with joy: and that Joe took fast hold of the skirt of her robe, as if he dreaded her running away from him once more.