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1  The rest, my dear Louisa, is for you to decide.
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2  He spoke of young Thomas, but he looked at Louisa.
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3  Louisa had known it, and seen it, without looking at her.
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4  It makes Thomas no better, and it makes you worse, Louisa.
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5  I have heard from Miss Louisa that you still preserve that bottle.
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6  But, Louisa looked at her father with more boldness than Thomas did.
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7  It was only now when her sorrow broke out, that Louisa looked at her.
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8  Louisa, with a brighter laugh than usual, told her she would be wiser by-and-by.
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9  Louisa saw that she was sobbing; and going to her, kissed her, took her hand, and sat down beside her.
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10  Louisa stood looking at the pretty modest head, as it drooped abashed before her, until it was raised again to glance at her face.
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11  So, Mr. Gradgrind and his daughter took Cecilia Jupe off with them to Stone Lodge, and on the way Louisa never spoke one word, good or bad.
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12  Louisa languidly leaned upon the window looking out, without looking at anything, while young Thomas stood sniffing revengefully at the fire.
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13  On coming in, she curtseyed to Mr. Bounderby, and to his friend Tom Gradgrind, and also to Louisa; but in her confusion unluckily omitted Mrs. Sparsit.
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14  When Mr. Gradgrind had presented Mrs. Bounderby, Sissy had suddenly turned her head, and looked, in wonder, in pity, in sorrow, in doubt, in a multitude of emotions, towards Louisa.
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15  To this Observatory, then: a stern room, with a deadly statistical clock in it, which measured every second with a beat like a rap upon a coffin-lid; Louisa repaired on the appointed morning.
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16  So, he kissed her and went away; and Louisa returned to the serene apartment of the hair-cutting character, and leaning her elbow on her hand, looked again at the short-lived sparks that so soon subsided into ashes.
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17  And it is satisfactory to me, as your father, my dear Louisa, to know that you do not come to the consideration of that question with the previous habits of mind, and habits of life, that belong to many young women.
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