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dancing and his partner.<BR>darcy before they had known anything of the matter.<BR>behave better than lydia."<BR>"she had better have stayed at home," cried elizabeth; "perhaps she meant  well, but, under such<BR>"by all means," cried bingley; "let us hear all the particulars, not forgetting their comparative<BR>"and what did she say?"<BR>"yes, she did."<BR>difference of sentiment. elizabeth listened with delight to the happy, though modest hopes which jane<BR>behave better than lydia."<BR>"though it is difficult," said jane, "to guess in what way he can mean to make us the atonement<BR>"the first wish of my heart," said she to herself, "is never more to be in company with either of<BR>elizabeth's congratulations were given with a sincerity, a warmth, a delight, which words could<BR>anyone. it has been most unconsciously done, however, and i hope will be of short duration. the<BR>alas! the ladies had crowded round the table, where miss bennet was making tea, and elizabeth<BR>"but you-how are you?" cried elizabeth. "you look pale. how much you must have gone<BR>"true. you are  a gentleman's daughter. but who was your mother? who are your uncles and<BR>and he knew he should have nothing to live on.<BR>alternative, been secluded from the world, in some distant farmhouse. but there was much to be talked<BR>