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口红口红排行排名CHAPTER XVII--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Mr. and Mrs. John Knightley were not detained long at Hartfield.The weather soon improved enough for those to move who must move;and Mr. Woodhouse having, as usual, tried to persuade his daughterto stay behind with all her children, was obliged to see the wholeparty set off, and return to his lamentations over the destinyof poor Isabella;--which poor Isabella, passing her life withthose she doated on, full of their merits, blind to their faults,and always innocently busy, might have been a model of rightfeminine happiness.推荐

口红口红The evening of the very day on which they went brought a notefrom Mr. Elton to Mr. Woodhouse, a long, civil, ceremonious note,to say, with Mr. Elton's best compliments, "that he was proposingto leave Highbury the following morning in his way to Bath;where, in compliance with the pressing entreaties of some friends,he had engaged to spend a few weeks, and very much regrettedthe impossibility he was under, from various circumstances ofweather and business, of taking a personal leave of Mr. Woodhouse,of whose friendly civilities he should ever retain a grateful sense--and had Mr. Woodhouse any commands, should be happy to attend to them."排行排名

推荐Emma was most agreeably surprized.--Mr. Elton's absence justat this time was the very thing to be desired. She admiredhim for contriving it, though not able to give him much creditfor the manner in which it was announced. Resentment could nothave been more plainly spoken than in a civility to her father,from which she was so pointedly excluded. She had not even ashare in his opening compliments.--Her name was not mentioned;--and there was so striking a change in all this, and such anill-judged solemnity of leave-taking in his graceful acknowledgments,as she thought, at first, could not escape her father's suspicion.

口红口红排行排名"I had no notion that he liked me so very much," said Harriet,contemplating the letter. For a little while Emma perseveredin her silence; but beginning to apprehend the bewitching flatteryof that letter might be too powerful, she thought it best to say,

推荐口红口红"I lay it down as a general rule, Harriet, that if a woman doubtsas to whether she should accept a man or not, she certainly oughtto refuse him. If she can hesitate as to `Yes,' she ought to say`No' directly. It is not a state to be safely entered intowith doubtful feelings, with half a heart. I thought it my dutyas a friend, and older than yourself, to say thus much to you.But do not imagine that I want to influence you."

排行排名推荐"Oh! no, I am sure you are a great deal too kind to--but if youwould just advise me what I had best do--No, no, I do not meanthat--As you say, one's mind ought to be quite made up--One shouldnot be hesitating--It is a very serious thing.--It will be saferto say `No,' perhaps.--Do you think I had better say `No?'"