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1  A particular friend of mine had an account of it in a letter from London yesterday.
Northanger Abbey By Jane Austen
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2  Bath, compared with London, has little variety, and so everybody finds out every year.
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3  Well, other people must judge for themselves, and those who go to London may think nothing of Bath.
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4  Where people are really attached, poverty itself is wealth; grandeur I detest: I would not settle in London for the universe.
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5  When the contents of the letter were ascertained, John Thorpe, who had only waited its arrival to begin his journey to London, prepared to set off.
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6  Henry was not able to obey his father's injunction of remaining wholly at Northanger in attendance on the ladies, during his absence in London, the engagements of his curate at Woodston obliging him to leave them on Saturday for a couple of nights.
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7  Soon after this, the general found himself obliged to go to London for a week; and he left Northanger earnestly regretting that any necessity should rob him even for an hour of Miss Morland's company, and anxiously recommending the study of her comfort and amusement to his children as their chief object in his absence.
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8  For a moment Catherine was surprised; but Mrs. Thorpe and her daughters had scarcely begun the history of their acquaintance with Mr. James Morland, before she remembered that her eldest brother had lately formed an intimacy with a young man of his own college, of the name of Thorpe; and that he had spent the last week of the Christmas vacation with his family, near London.
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