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1  She had never taken a country walk since her arrival in Bath.
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2  I hope you will be a great deal together while you are in Bath.
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3  Bath is a charming place, sir; there are so many good shops here.
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4  But certainly there is much more sameness in a country life than in a Bath life.
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5  Bath, compared with London, has little variety, and so everybody finds out every year.
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6  Well, remember that it is not my fault, if we set all the old ladies in Bath in a bustle.
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7  When Henry had the pleasure of seeing you before, he was in Bath but for a couple of days.
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8  Well, other people must judge for themselves, and those who go to London may think nothing of Bath.
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9  From the Thorpes she could learn nothing, for they had been only two days in Bath before they met with Mrs. Allen.
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10  Catherine was delighted with this extension of her Bath acquaintance, and almost forgot Mr. Tilney while she talked to Miss Thorpe.
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11  The wish of a numerous acquaintance in Bath was still uppermost with Mrs. Allen, and she repeated it after every fresh proof, which every morning brought, of her knowing nobody at all.
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12  Do you know, I get so immoderately sick of Bath; your brother and I were agreeing this morning that, though it is vastly well to be here for a few weeks, we would not live here for millions.
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13  It is remarkable, however, that she neither insisted on Catherine's writing by every post, nor exacted her promise of transmitting the character of every new acquaintance, nor a detail of every interesting conversation that Bath might produce.
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14  Every creature in Bath, except himself, was to be seen in the room at different periods of the fashionable hours; crowds of people were every moment passing in and out, up the steps and down; people whom nobody cared about, and nobody wanted to see; and he only was absent.
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15  She hoped to be more fortunate the next day; and when her wishes for fine weather were answered by seeing a beautiful morning, she hardly felt a doubt of it; for a fine Sunday in Bath empties every house of its inhabitants, and all the world appears on such an occasion to walk about and tell their acquaintance what a charming day it is.
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16  In the pump-room, one so newly arrived in Bath must be met with, and that building she had already found so favourable for the discovery of female excellence, and the completion of female intimacy, so admirably adapted for secret discourses and unlimited confidence, that she was most reasonably encouraged to expect another friend from within its walls.
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17  But the hindrance thrown in the way of a very speedy intimacy, by the frequent want of one or more of these requisites, prevented their doing more than going through the first rudiments of an acquaintance, by informing themselves how well the other liked Bath, how much she admired its buildings and surrounding country, whether she drew, or played, or sang, and whether she was fond of riding on horseback.
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