Nov 15, 1811
With Louisa at Netherfield
I thought you promised me that you wouldn't take an interest
in Elizabeth Bennet.
Well, once she's gone I don't expect to see her again.
Except at the ball.
Oh yes, the ball.
You won't dance with her, will you?
Louisa, why are you so concerned with my affairs? Shouldn't you
be worrying about your brother?
Caroline is getting hard to live with now that she has a rival.
Oh, good grief, Louisa. A rival for what?
Well, you can sort that one out yourself with Caroline at
some point. For the time being I think you should avoid Miss
Elizabeth's company and take Charles out shooting or riding all day
Well, then please make an effort to keep your sister away from me.
I'm sure you'll find it easy to avoid Miss Elizabeth at the ball.
You can keep my husband company in the billiard room.
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