’I never had such luck, really,’ exclaimed coquettish Miss Price, after another hand or two.
’Come, don’t call me a dear girl,’ said Miss Price—smiling a little though, for she was pretty, and a coquette too in her small way, and Nicholas was good-looking, and she supposed him the property of somebody else, which were all reasons why she should be gratified to think she had made an impression on him,—’or Fanny will be saying it’s my fault.
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