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1  I'm sorry for that, for your sake.
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2  I'm feeling very well, Aunt Augusta.
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3  To-morrow, Lane, I'm going Bunburying.
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4  I'm afraid I've no time, this afternoon.
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5  Thanks, mamma, I'm quite comfortable where I am.
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6  I'm in love with Cecily, and that is everything.
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7  Oh, I'm a little anxious about poor Bunbury, that is all.
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8  I'm sorry if we are a little late, Algernon, but I was obliged to call on dear Lady Harbury.
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