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"Do you know Miss Bates's niece? That is, I know you must have seen he Mr. Woodhouse came in, and very soon led to the subject again, by the  "I rather doubt that. You are very fond of bending little minds; but w A Hartfield edition of Shakespeare would have a long note on that pass
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