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|If that's the case, then shouldn't Henry Dashwood's
Written by kathleen (elder)
(9/6/2009 10:00 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, It must be considerable..., penned by Reeba
income have been fairly large from his life interest in half of his first wife's fortune? I'm trying to work out whether Henry Dashwood (& his second wife) were careless in planning for the future. If there was a good income from this life interest, then I don't understand why they didn't save more toward the future.
Do you think that John's annual income was 10,000 pounds (or more) even without the 4000 from Norland?
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