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Written by Stephanie
(2/15/2011 6:02 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Divert me against my Conscience, penned by Robbin
Good soul! she was as grateful as possible, you may be sure. 'Nobody was ever so fortunate as herself!' -- but with many, many thanks, -- 'there was no occasion to trouble us, for Mr. Knightley's carriage had brought, and was to take them home again.'
I would assume that refraining from repeating a conversation with Miss Bates without sprinkling the more diverting of her expressions among it would be difficult for most light-hearted souls. One can hardly imagine saying, "Miss Bates was very grateful, indeed," and letting it drop there, as one would if Mr. Cole, or Harriet had been offered a favour.
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