Page:Austen - Emma, vol. I, 1816.djvu/110

From Wikisource
Jump to navigation Jump to search
This page has been validated.

( 100 )

man, and will suit Harriet exactly; it will be an 'Exactly so,' as he says himself; but he does sigh and languish, and study for compliments rather more than I could endure as a principal. I come in for a pretty good share as a second. But it is his gratitude on Harriet's account."

 

CHAP-