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"Mrs. Hall of Sherbourn was brought to bed yesterday of a dead child, some weeks before she was expected, oweing to a fright—I suppose she happened unaware to look at her husband." Letter 10 to Cassandra Austen, dated Saturday 27-Sunday 28 October 1798, p. 17

"People get so horridly poor and economical in this part of the World, that I have no patience with them.—Kent is the only place for happiness, Everybody is rich there; —I must do similar justice however to the Windsor neighbourhood." Letter 14 to Cassandra Austen, dated Tuesday 18-Wednesday 19 December 1798, p. 28

"Miss Debary, Susan and Sally all in black, but without any Statues, made their appearance, and I was as civil to them as their bad breath would allow me." — Letter 27 to Cassandra Austen, dated Thursday 20-Friday 21 November 1800, p. 61

"I cannot anyhow continue to find people agreeable; — I respect Mrs. Chamberlayne for doing...

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