"Miss Price all alone" and "My dear Fanny, how comes this?" were the first salutations.
"Well, how do you go on?" and "What have you settled?" and "Oh! we can do nothing without you," followed the first salutations; and Henry Crawford was soon seated with the other three at the table, while his sister made her way to Lady Bertram, and with pleasant attention was complimenting her.
There are no more uses of "salutation" in the book.