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chapter 49
"the weather continued ....."

the weather continued much the same... the same loneliness... same melancholy

2

chapter 49
"a common case -..."

and no more than has happened to hundreds of my sex before

3

chapter 49
"disinterested..."

disinterested love

4

chapter 49
ready to sink...

ready to sink under the agitation

5

chapter 49
without losing a...

without losing a word - ... Harriet's hopes had been entirely groundless

6

chapter 7
"no .... would have..."

no grammatical errors ... wouldn't have disgraced a gentleman

7

chapter 7
"you confined..."

you confined to the society of illiterate and vulgar

8

chapter 7
"sweet...|"

sweet little friend

9

chapter 7
"I don't think..."

i don't think he is concieted either, in general

10

chapter 43
"a very..."

a very fine day

11

chapter 43
"frank churchill and ..."

frank churchill and Miss Woodhouse filrted together excessively

12

chapter 43
"our companies are..."

our companions are excessively stupid, what shall we do to rouse them

13

chapter 43
"i am ordered by..."

i am ordered by Miss Woodhouse (who, wherever she is, presides) the desire to know what you are all thinking of

14

chapter 43
there may be..."

there may be difficult.pardon me - but you will be limited to a number, only 3 at once

15

chapter 43
"how many a man..."

how many man has committed himself on short aquaintance, and rued it for the rest of his life

16

chapter 43
"i have so little..."

i have so little confidence in my own judgement... will you choose a wife for me

17

chapter 43
"her situation should..."

her situation should secure your compassion... it was badly done indeed

18

chapter 43
"emma felt the..."

emma felt the tears run down her cheek... as extraordinary as they were

19

chapter 47
"harriet!..."

harriet! poor harriet!

20

chapter 47
"she felt completely..."

she felt completely guilty of having encouraged what she might have repressed"

21

chapter 47
"her character..."

her character appeared absolutely changed

22

chapter 47
"you who can..."
"i begin to..."

"you who can see into everybodies heart"
"i begin to doubt my having any such talent"

23

chapter 47
"are you speaking..."

are you speaking of - mr knightely?

24

chapter 47
"good god..."

Good god ... unfortunate most deplorable mistake

25

chapter 47
"she could not..."

she could not speak - her voice was lost

26

chapter 47
"she touched..."

she touched - she admitted - she acknowledged

27

chapter 47
"it darted through..."

it darted through her, with the speed of an arrow, that mr knightley must marry no one but herself

28

chapter 3
"artlessly..."

artlessly impressed

29

chapter 3
"inferior..."

inferior society of highbury

30

chapter 3
"she would..."

she would notice her, she would improve her, she would detatch her from her bad aquaintance

31

chapter 42
"as i tell..."

"as i tell Mr.E ... yes believe me knightley

32

chapter 42
"probably the..."

probably the basket with pink ribbons

33

chapter 42
"a look..."

a look of escape

34

chapter 42
"madness in such..."
"it was now..."

"madness in such weather! absolute madness"
"it was now the middle of june, everything was fine"

35

chapter 10
"emma had a..."

emma had a chartiable visit... inferior dwellings were first to be passed

36

chapter 10
"i have none..."

i have none of the usual indicements of women to marry

37

chapter 10
"employment i do not..."

employment i do not want; consequences i do not want

38

chapter 10
"i i thought i should..."

if i though i should ever be like miss bates... there can never be any likeness apart from being unmarried

39

chapter 15
"her subject cut..."

her subject cut up - her hand siezed - her attention demanded

40

chapter 15
"hoping -..."

hoping - fearing - adoring - ready to die if she refused

41

chapter 15
"i never thought of..."

i never thought of miss smith... never paid her any attention, but as your friend, never cared whether she were dead or alive; but as your friend

42

chapter 39
"the cure of..."

the cure of harriets infatuation

43

chapter 39
"party of..."

party of gypsies... poor harriet

44

chapter 39
"it certainly was..."

it certainly was very extrodinary

45

chapter 39
"aware of the..."

aware of the anxiety and alarm it would occasion

46

chapter 16
"the hair was..."

the hair was curled; and the maid sent away; and emma sat down to think and be miserable

47

chapter 16
"such an overthrow of..."

such an overthrow of everything... such a development of everything unwelcome! - such a blow for harriet!

48

chapter 38
"the day of..."

the day of the ball approaches, the day arrived

49

chapter 38
"the room at..."

the room at the crown was witness to it

50

chapter 38
"mrs elton..."

Mrs elton detained him

51

chapter 38
"when everybodies..."

when everybodies eyes are so much upon me

52

chapter 38
"frank turned instantly..."

frank turned instantly to emma... and boasted himself an engaged man

53

chapter 38
"he would not ask..."

hw would not ask harriet to dance if it were possible to be avoided

54

chapter 38
"knightley leading..."

knightley leading harriet to the set! never had she been more suprised

55

chapter 38
"knightley had taken..."

knightley had taken pity on poor little miss smith

56

chapter 38
"brother and..."

brother and sister! no, indeed

57

chapter 52
"i am waiting..."

i am wiating for my lord and master

58

chapter 52
"upon my word, Mr E..."

upon my word, Mr E i often say, rather you than i - i do not know what would become of my cryons and instruments

59

chapter 52
"we never heard of..."

we never heard of such things at maple grove

60

chapter 52
"my dear mr E..."

my dear Mr E, you have not been to donwell! - yo mean the crown

61

chapter 52
"(feeling the..."

(feeling indignity as a wife ought ot do)

62

chapter 27
"lost on the side..."

ost on the side of dignified seclusion,... must be amply repiad in the splendour of popularity

63

chapter 27
"she must have delighted..."

"she must have dlighted the coles - worthy people who deserve to be made happy"

64

chapter 27
"she had not transgressed..."
"a compliment..."

"she had not transgressed the duty of a woman by woman"
"a compliment of her penetration"

65

chapter 27
"she did unfeignly..."

she did unfeignly... regret the inferiority of her own playing

66

chapter 21
"full of..."

"full of thanks, full of news"

67

chapter 21
"such a beautiful..."

"such a beautiful hind quater of park!... Mr Elton is going to be married"

68

chapter 21
"there is..."

"there is my news"

69

chapter 21
"i..."
"Oh!..."

"i was..." "oh! miss woodhouse"

70

chapter 21
"quite unworthy..."

"quite unworthy of being dwelt upon"