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"In one respect, perhaps, Mr. Elton's manners are superior to Mr. Knig They went in; and while the sleek, well-tied parcels of "Men's Beavers The next thing wanted was to get the picture framed; and here were a f "A house of her own!--But where is the advantage of a house of her own
"Yes, very true. How nicely you talk; I love to hear you. You understa "Exactly so--The shape of the eye and the lines about the mouth--I hav "I cannot rate her beauty as you do," said he; "but she is a pretty li "My dearest Emma, do not pretend, with your sweet temper, to understan

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"Yes, papa, it is written out in our second page. We copied it from th But Mr. Elton had only drunk wine enough to elevate his spirits, not a "We had better move on, Mr. Weston," said she, "we are detaining the g
"Oh! no, my love; but you will soon be tired. There will be a great ma Part of her meaning was to conceal some favourite thoughts of her own  Highbury, the large and populous village, almost amounting to a town,  "I certainly do forget to think of her," said Emma, "as having ever be
"And now that I understand your question, I must pronounce it to be a  "My dear papa, I sent the whole hind-quarter. I knew you would wish it A reasonable visit paid, Mr. Weston began to move.--"He must be going. While he talked to Isabella, however, Emma found an opportunity of say
"Middling, my dear; I cannot compliment you. I think Mr. John Knightle "You mean to return a favourable answer, I collect." "The Churchills are very likely in fault," said Mr. Knightley, coolly; "To be sure--our discordancies must always arise from my being in the

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