"mr. darcy asked him why he had not married your sister at once. though mr. bennet was not
"if, therefore, an excuse for not keeping his promise should come to his friend within a few
"and how impossible in others!"
"she did not choose it," said her daughter, "she would go."
elizabeth was distressed. she felt that she had no business at pemberley, and was obliged to
at that moment they were met from another walk by mrs. hurst and elizabeth herself.
does not greatly surpass what is usually met with. a woman must have a thorough knowledge of
"this account then is what he has received from mr. darcy. i am satisfied. but what does he say
elizabeth passed quietly out of the room, jane and kitty followed, but lydia stood her ground,
"oh! but their removing from the chaise into a hackney coach is such a presumption! and,
enough; and wickham, who happened to sit near elizabeth, began inquiring after his acquaintance in
"i am sure i know none so handsome; but in the gallery upstairs you will see a finer, larger
dancing, he was perfectly indifferent to it; that his chief object was by delicate attentions to
"well, lizzy," said mrs. bennet one day, "what is your opinion now of this sad business of
"not the slightest. i can remember no symptom of affection on either side; and had anything of
"not at all. when i went away, i felt that it would soon happen."
daughters, as jane's marrying so greatly must throw them in the way of other rich men; and lastly, it
and me are such friends!) and so she asked the two harringtons to come, but harriet was ill, and so
controverted. she inquired into charlotte's domestic concerns familiarly and minutely, gave her a great