A ball is held in William and Fanny's honor at this location.
Mrs. Grant invites Fanny to dinner at this location.
Maria and Henry flirt while touring the chapel at this location.
Fanny is astounded by her family's manners when she visits them here.
This object is Fanny's favorite piece of jewelry.
Fanny is given two of these to wear to the ball.
Sir Thomas' children quickly dismantle this object when he returns home from Antigua.
Edmund and Mary discuss their siblings' scandal while here.
Mary plays this object to calm herself when Edmund talks about becoming a clergyman.
William is gone for long periods of time while on this object.
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