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Written by Moni
(9/17/2006 10:37 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, That's the impression I gather too,Tina, penned by JulieW
this he had no choice but to act as he did. Interesting. This is good to know. It was just a fact of life that the half sisters would be impoverished, and Mrs Dashwood. The thing that puzzles me is that John went against his father's wishes, in not giving anything to the females, and this must be why this was considered "okay". Was it just at his discretion that he gave anything at all and the promise was broken? I hope I have this right;-)
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