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  • —Fortunate that your affections were not farther entangled!—I could never, I confess, from your manners, assure myself as to the degree of what you felt— I could only be certain that there was a preference—and a preference which I never believed him to deserve.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • She did not mean to have her own affections entangled again, and it would be incumbent on her to avoid any encouragement of his.  (not reviewed by editor)

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