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" But where could you hear it?" cried Miss Bates. "Where could you possibly hear it, Mr. Knightley? For it is not five minutes since I received Mrs. Cole's note — no, it cannot be more than five — or at least ten — for I had got my bonnet and spencer... "
Emma, Volume 1 - Page 246
by Jane Austen - 1905 - 356 pages
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robert finch - 1816
...speak to Patty again about the pork—Jane was standing in the passage—were not you, Jane?—for my mother was so afraid that we had not any saltingpan...see, and Jane said, ' Shall I go down instead ? for 1 think you have a little cold, and Patty has been washing the kitchen.' ' Oh ! my dear, said I—...
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Emma, by the author of 'Pride and prejudice'. by Jane Austen

Jane Austen - 1833
...walked into the room. Full of thanks, and full of news, Miss Bates knew not which to give quickest. L 4 Mr. Knightley soon saw that he had lost his moment,...I think you have a little cold, and Patty has been washing the kitchen.' — ' Oh, my dear,' said I — well, and just then came the note. A Miss Hawkins...
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Emma: A Novel

Jane Austen - 1841 - 435 pages
...walked into the room. Full of thanks, and full of news, Miss Bates knew not which to give quickest. i 4 Mr. Knightley soon saw that he had lost his moment,...I think you have a little cold, and Patty has been washing the kitchen.' — ' Oh, my dear,' said I — well, and just then came the note. A Miss Hawkins...
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Emma: A Novel

Jane Austen - 1867 - 450 pages
...at least ten — for I had got my bonnet and spencer on, just ready to come out — I was only going down to speak to Patty again about the pork — Jane...I think you have a little cold, and Patty has been washing the kitchen.' — ' Oh, my dear,' said I — well, and just then came the note. A Miss Hawkins...
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Emma: A Novel

Jane Austen - England - 1877 - 456 pages
...walked into the room. Full of thanks, and full of news, Miss Bates knew not which to give quickest. Mr. Knightley soon saw that he had lost his moment,...was so afraid that we had not any salting-pan large Emma. 1 1 enough. So I said I would go down and see, and Jane said, 'Shall I go down instead? for I...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 16

Science - 1880
...it, Mr. Knightley ? For it is not five minutes since I received Mrs. Cole's note — no, it can not be more than five — or at least ten — for I had...I think you have a little cold, and Patty has been washing the kitchen." " Oh, my dear," said I — well, and just then came the note. A Miss Hawkins...
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Emma

Jane Austen - 1881 - 224 pages
...could you possibly hear it, Mr. Knightley ? For it is not five minutes since I received Mrs. Cole.s note — no, it cannot be more than five — or at...instead ? for I think you have a little cold, and l'atty has been washing the kitchen.' — ' Oh, my dear,' said I — well, and just then came the note....
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Emma

English literature - 1882
...Mr. Knightley ? For it is not five minutes since I received Mrs. Cole's note — no, it canL ; . not be more than five— or at least ten — for I had...I think you have a little cold, and Patty has been washing the kitchen," — " Oh, my dear," said I — well, and just then came the note. A Miss Hawkins...
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Emma

Jane Austen - 1882 - 419 pages
...speak to Patty again about the pork — Jane was standing in the passage — were not you, Jane 1 — for my mother was so afraid that we had not any salting-pan...I think you have a little cold, and Patty has been washing the kitchen," — " Oh, my dear," said I — well, and just then came the note. A Miss Hawkins...
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Emma

Jane Austen - 1882 - 419 pages
...speak to Patty again about the pork — Jane was standing in the passage — were not you, Jane t — for my mother was so afraid that we had not any salting-pan...and see, and Jane said, " Shall I go down instead t for I think you have a little cold, and Patty has been washing the kitchen," — " Oh, my dear,"...
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