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Written by Tarn
(3/8/2011 2:17 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, But she is pregnant, penned by Ramya
I am not certain but "The pleasantness of the morning had induced him to walk forward, and leave his horses to meet him by another road, a mile or two beyond Highbury"(39)could mean that Frank came to Highbury accompanied by a servant who was also on horseback, and must return with him; or it could mean that he took a carriage to and from Richmond, that his horses are pulling; or that he was driven back to Richmond in his fathers carriage - 'his horses' meaning only 'the horses he was using to transport him home' without any proprietary claim.
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