Pride and Prejudice Volume 2, Chapter 10
Elizabeth runs into Darcy on one of her walks and, hoping to prevent another encounter, she tells him that she often walks there. She is quite surprised when she then bumps into him a few more times on that same path. Each time he walks her back to the parsonage.
She is reading a letter from Jane that seems to betray that Jane is still depressed over Bingley when she runs into Colonel Fitzwilliam. On their walk back to the parsonage Colonel Fitzwilliam unwittingly reveals that Darcy persuaded Bingley away from Jane because it was an unwise match. Having her suspicions confirmed didn't make Elizabeth any happier, and by evening she felt so poorly that she decided to stay home while everyone else went to Rosings for dinner.