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- The malady itself, one from which she had often suffered, a bilious fever—its cause therefore constitutional.Chapter 24 (85% in)
- Mrs. Morland watched the progress of this relapse; and seeing, in her daughter's absent and dissatisfied look, the full proof of that repining spirit to which she had now begun to attribute her want of cheerfulness, hastily left the room to fetch the book in question, anxious to lose no time in attacking so dreadful a malady.Chapter 30 (18% in)
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