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Margaret says goodbye to all her friends, and the Hale's set off for their new home. First, though, they stop in London while Mr. Hale visits some friends. Upon seeing the London shops, Mrs. Hale's miserable mood quickly lightens and as she remembers shopping for her wedding dress.

To appease Mrs. Hale they stay at a few nights at the seaside town of Heston, only 20 miles from Milton. Margaret makes a comparison between the south and the north when she spies the Heston shopkeepers working even when there is no one to serve. She says in the south shopkeepers stand outside the shop door and wait for the next customer. While Mrs. Hale stays in Heston, Margaret and Mr. Hale go to Milton to look for a house. They finally decide on one, the only problem being the ghastly wallpaper. Back at their hotel in Milton, they...

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