Motives for marrying
Written by Therese
(4/10/2013 8:41 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Darcy, penned by Bridget D
"in case her motives for marrying him were dubious"
I think this is what expresses Mr Knightley in his speech "He is a most fortunate man" (Emma, chapter 49) :
"Assured of the love of such a woman - the disinterested love, for Jane Fairfax's character vouches for her disinterestedness; every thing in his favour, - equality of situation - I mean, as far as regards society, and all the habits and manners that are important;"