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Thu, 9 Nov 2006 18:42:58 -0060
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and the two housemaids.<BR>elizabeth turned away to hide a smile.<BR>"no, that i am sure i shall not; and i think it is very impertinent of him to write to you at all, and<BR>charming. we dine at rosings twice every week, and are never allowed to walk home. her ladyship's<BR>"but it is," returned she; "for mrs. long has just been here, and she told me all about it."<BR>"ah, you do not know what i suffer."<BR>acceptable as an occasion of introducing him to her father and mother.<BR>be justified in devoting too much of our time to music, for there are certainly other things to be<BR>claim an acquaintance with you-mr. bingley and his sisters."<BR>daughter, to whom they could give little fortune; and his prospects of future wealth were exceedingly<BR>dwell without interruption on those subjects that must deaden them more. mr. darcy's behaviour<BR>"he likes to have his own way very well," replied colonel fitzwilliam. "but so we all do. it is<BR>allurements may, in a moment of infatuation, have made him forget what he owes to himself and to all<BR>"write to me very often, my dear."<BR>as no objection was made to the young people's engagement with their aunt, and all mr.<BR>"how can you talk so?" said jane, faintly smiling. "you must know that though i should be<BR>ืare you quite certain that you can be happy with him?"<BR>"the present  always occupies you in such scenes-does it?" said he, with a look of doubt.<BR>"how strange!" cried elizabeth. "how abominable! i wonder that the very pride of this mr.<BR>elizabeth, with a triumphant sensation, looked towards his friend. he bore it with noble<BR>"true. you are  a gentleman's daughter. but who was your mother? who are your uncles and<BR>elizabeth, who knew this to be levelled at mr. darcy, was in such misery of shame, that she<BR>anyone who cannot do all this, and i am sure i never heard a young lady spoken of for the first time,<BR>and amiable. when darcy returned to the saloon, miss bingley could not help repeating to him some<BR>"it may do very well for the others,"
replied mr. bingley; "but i am sure it will be too much for<BR>