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"Margaret's face was lightened up into an honest, open brightness. By-and-by he came. She received him with a smile which had not a tinge of shyness or self-consciousness in it."
P.7

"He thought it a pretty sight to see the two cousins so busy in their little arrangement about the table. Edith chose to do most herself. She was in a humour to enjoy showing her lover how well she could behave as a soldiers wife."
P.12

"No! I call mine a very comprehensive taste; I like all people whose occupations have to do with land; I like soldiers and sailors, and the three learned professions, as they call them. I'm sure you don't want me to admire butchers and bakers, and candlestick-makers."
P.18

"Margaret could not help her looks; but the short curled upper lip, the round, massive, upturned chin, the manner of carrying her head, her movements...

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