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her poor son gone for ever,
after all she had gone through, nothing was so likely to do her good as a little quiet cheerfulness at home.
Louisa was now recovering apace. Her mother could even think of her being able to join their party at home, before her brothers and sisters went to school again. The Harvilles had promised to come with her and stay at Uppercross, whenever she returned. Captain Wentworth was gone, for the present, to see his brother in Shropshire.
her perfect readiness for the play, if Henrietta and all the others liked it,
the strictest injunctions had been left with Mrs Musgrove to keep her there till they returned.
there had been no fall in the case;
Anne had not at any time lately slipped down, and got a blow on her head;
she was perfectly convinced of having had no fall;
finding her better at night.