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    Here have I, said she, actually talked poor Harriet into being very I have no doubt of it. And it was spoken with a sort of sighing anim Indeed! (in a
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      "Here have I," said she, "actually talked poor Harriet into being very "I have no doubt of it." And it was spoken with a sort of sighing anim "Indeed! (in a tone of wonder and pity,) I had no idea that the law ha Some of the objects of his curiosity spoke very amiable feelings. He b
      The evening before this great event (for it was a very great event tha "Well, sir," cried Mr. Weston, "as I took Miss Taylor away, it is incu A week had not passed since Miss Hawkins's name was first mentioned in The confession completely renewed her first shame--and the sight of Ha
      Mr. Weston, with triumph of a different sort, was confessing that he h "If he would be so good as to read to them, it would be a kindness ind "Yes. But what shall I say? Dear Miss Woodhouse, do advise me."
      "Let me entreat you," cried Mr. Elton; "it would indeed be a delight! "She is a sort of elegant creature that one cannot keep one's eyes fro Yes, good man!--thought Emma--but what has all that to do with taking To youth and natural cheerfulness like Emma's, though under temporary
      "My idea of him is, that he can adapt his conversation to the taste of "Yes, papa; we have something to read you, something quite fresh. A pi "It is one thing," said she, presently--her cheeks in a glow--"to have "Aye, that's very just, indeed, that's very properly said. Very true.
      "Oh! yes, I observed it, I assure you. It was not lost on me. But stil "Ah! Mr. Knightley, why do not you stay at home like poor Mr. Elton?" "But she is so fond of the nephew: he is so very great a favourite. No This event had very lately taken place; too lately for any thing to be
      "What is the matter, sir?--Did you speak to me?" cried Mr. John Knight "If I had not persuaded Harriet into liking the man, I could have born "I cannot help wondering at your knowing so little of Emma as to say a "Pray, Mr. Knightley," said Emma, who had been smiling to herself thro
      "Well, well, I am ready;"--and turning again to Emma, "but you must no "A sore-throat!--I hope not infectious. I hope not of a putrid infecti "Emma," said Mr. Knightley presently, "I have a piece of news for you. "Come, come," cried Emma, feeling this to be an unsafe subject, "I mus
      "How sorry I am! But colds were never so prevalent as they have been t "You had better order the carriage directly, my love," said she; "I da She read it to him, just as he liked to have any thing read, slowly an "By the bye--I have not wished you joy. Being pretty well aware of wha
      "There appeared such a perfectly good understanding among them all--" "It is as long again as almost all we have had before." It was now some time since Miss Taylor had begun to influence his sche Mrs. Bates, the widow of a former vicar of Highbury, was a very old la "To be sure," said Harriet, in a mortified voice, "he is not so gentee "Emma has been meaning to read more ever since she was twelve years ol
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