To begin with, a woman as irrevocably, irredeemably ugly as Sophy was an anachronism in Paris.
The poor relation who was staying at the house would insist on Helen's remaining a few days: Old Sophy was in such a condition, that it kept her in continual anxiety and there were many cares which Helen could take off from her.
Old Sophy was his parishioner, but the Venners had a pew in the Reverend Mr. Fairweather's meeting-house.
Old Sophy was a member of the Reverend Doctor Honeywood's church.
The Sophy, a Tragedy; the above pieces have been several times printed together, in one volume in 12mo.