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|She also believes that Elliot
Written by Kara M
(10/24/2005 3:07 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Warning Anne, penned by Cheryl
has sincere affection for Anne. If Anne is in love with him also, Mrs. Smith would really hope for them to be happy together. For her to try and seperate them if they had a mutual & sincere affection would be pointless. I'm inclined to think she would have tried to stop the engagement if she did not believe Elliot was in love with Anne.
"He truly wants to marry you. His present attentions to your family are very sincere: quite from the heart. I will give you my authority; his friend Colonel Wallis."
"It was on this point that she had hoped to engage Anne's good offices with Mr. Elliot. She had previously, in the anticipation of their marriage, been very apprehensive of losing her friend by it; but on being assured that he could have made no attempt of that nature, since he did not even know her to be in Bath, it immediately occurred, that something might be done in her favour by the influence of the woman he loved, ... "
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