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|in Chapter 3
Written by Emmeline
(3/24/2009 5:52 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, What exactly is Henry´s duty as a parson?, penned by MarianneR
How proper Mr Tilney might be as a dreamer or a lover had not yet perhaps entered Mr Allen’s head, but that he was not objectionable as a common acquaintance for his young charge he was on inquiry satisfied; for he had early in the evening taken pains to know who her partner was, and had been assured of Mr Tilney’s being a clergyman, and of a very respectable family in Gloucestershire.
And in Chapter 28:
Henry was not able to obey his father’s injunction of remaining wholly at Northanger in attendance on the ladies, during his absence in London, the engagements of his curate at Woodston obliging him to leave them on Saturday for a couple of nights.
So he has a curate.
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