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He dared not come to Bartlett's Buildings for fear of detection, and though their mutual impatience to meet, was not to be told, they could do nothing at present but write.
Edward certainly would not be in Harley Street on Tuesday,
he was kept away by the extreme affection for herself, which he could not conceal when they were together.
the boys were both remarkably tall for their age, and could not conceive that there could be the smallest difference in the world between them;
how happy she was.
Mrs. Dashwood seemed actually working for her, herself; cherishing all her hopes, and promoting all her views!
she had never seen him in such spirits before in her life.
no exertion for their good on Miss Dashwood's part, either present or future, would ever surprise her, for she believed her capable of doing any thing in the world for those she really valued.
she was not only ready to worship him as a saint, but was moreover truly anxious that he should be treated as one in all worldly concerns; anxious that his tithes should be raised to the utmost;