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who had notices on the paper for the following night (Tuesday

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‘I don’t know positively that it is hers either; but from little things I have gathered from him, I fancy so.’

who had notices on the paper for the following night (Tuesday

They cared too little to ask in what manner her son had spoken about her. Margaret only wanted to know if she must stay in to receive this call, as it would prevent her going to see how Bessy was, until late in the day, since the early morning was always occupied in household affairs; and then she recollected that her mother must not be left to have the whole weight of entertaining her visitor.

who had notices on the paper for the following night (Tuesday

‘Well — I suppose we must.’

who had notices on the paper for the following night (Tuesday

Mr. Thornton had had some difficulty in working up his mother to the desired point of civility. She did not often make calls; and when she did, it was in heavy state that she went through her duties. Her son had given her a carriage; but she refused to let him keep horses for it; they were hired for the solemn occasions, when she paid morning or evening visits. She had had horses for three days, not a fortnight before, and had comfortably ‘killed off’ all her acquaintances, who might now put themselves to trouble and expense in their turn. Yet Crampton was too far off for her to walk; and she had repeatedly questioned her son as to whether his wish that she should call on the Hales was strong enough to bear the expense of cab-hire. She would have been thankful if it had not; for, as she said, ‘she saw no use in making up friendships and intimacies with all the teachers and masters in Milton; why, he would be wanting her to call on Fanny’s dancing-master’s wife, the next thing!’

‘And so I would, mother, if Mr. Mason and his wife were friend less in a strange place, like the Hales.’

‘Oh! you need not speak so hastily. I am going tomorrow. I only wanted you exactly to understand about it.’

‘If you are going tomorrow, I shall order horses.’

‘Nonsense, John. One would think you were made of money.’


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