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He looked as if he fully understood and honoured such a sentiment. "I do not say it is so; but you will do well to consider whether it is "Oh! no. You are very obliging to say such things--but certainly not. "Ah! my poor dear child, the truth is, that in London it is always a s
"I have not a fault to find with her person," he replied. "I think her "I do not know why you should say so. He wishes exceedingly to come; b "Very much to the honour of both," was the handsome reply. "Certainly," replied he, surprized, "I do not absolutely know it; but
"I have no doubt of his being a very respectable young man. I know, in Emma's attempts to stop her father had been vain; and when he had reac The lovers were standing together at one of the windows. It had a most
He had reached Randalls the evening before. She was pleased with the e "Do you think so?" replied he. "I cannot agree with you. It appears to "Well, if he have nothing else to recommend him, he will be a treasure Emma could look perfectly unconscious and innocent, and answer in a ma
Upon the whole, Emma left her with such softened, charitable feelings, "As to who, or what Miss Hawkins is, or how long he has been acquainte "Oh, the difference of situation and habit! I wish you would try to un "Well, I believe, if you will excuse me, Mr. Knightley, if you will no
"He has been wanting to come to us," continued Mr. Weston, "ever since "But you should tell them of the letter, my dear," said her father. "H "But you must have found it very damp and dirty. I wish you may not ca "You understand the force of influence pretty well, Harriet; but I wou
Of the lady, individually, Emma thought very little. She was good enou "Dreadful!--Exactly so, indeed.--She will be missed every moment." "My dear, dear anxious friend,"--said she, in mental soliloquy, while "Only think of our happening to meet him!--How very odd! It was quite
Her views of improving her little friend's mind, by a great deal of us made her quite sorry to acknowledge that they had transcribed it some Mr. Woodhouse was rather agitated by such harsh reflections on his fri Captain Weston, who had been considered, especially by the Churchills,
"Oh! the good Bateses--I am quite ashamed of myself--but you mention t "You know Miss Fairfax's situation in life, I conclude; what she is de Isabella stept in after her father; John Knightley, forgetting that he "Miss Smith!--message to Miss Smith!--What could she possibly mean!"--
Mr. Elton looked all happiness at this proposition; and nothing could Had it been allowable entertainment, had there been no pain to her fri "Oh! yes--she will have her own room, of course; the room she always h A reasonable visit paid, Mr. Weston began to move.--"He must be going. Emma watched and decided, that with such feelings as were now shewn, i She exerted herself, and did try to make her comfortable, by consideri

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