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1  The next step was to communicate with Portsmouth.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVII
2  I shall have enough of Portsmouth and of dancing too, when I cannot have you.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXV
3  The Portsmouth girls turn up their noses at anybody who has not a commission.
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4  Edmund's plans were affected by this Portsmouth journey, this absence of Fanny's.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
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5  What might have been hard to bear at Mansfield was to become a slight evil at Portsmouth.
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6  This scheme was that she should accompany her brother back to Portsmouth, and spend a little time with her own family.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
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7  Servants are come to such a pass, my dear, in Portsmouth, that it is quite a miracle if one keeps them more than half a year.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVIII
8  They may easily get her from Portsmouth to town by the coach, under the care of any creditable person that may chance to be going.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
Get Context   In CHAPTER I
9  Nothing of all that she had been used to think of as the proof of importance, or the employment of wealth, had brought him to Portsmouth.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XLI
10  It had, in fact, occurred to her, that though taken to Portsmouth for nothing, it would be hardly possible for her to avoid paying her own expenses back again.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
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11  So the uniform remained at Portsmouth, and Edmund conjectured that before Fanny had any chance of seeing it, all its own freshness and all the freshness of its wearer's feelings must be worn away.
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12  When no longer under the same roof with Edmund, she trusted that Miss Crawford would have no motive for writing strong enough to overcome the trouble, and that at Portsmouth their correspondence would dwindle into nothing.
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13  The Thrush had had her orders, the wind had changed, and he was sailed within four days from their reaching Portsmouth; and during those days she had seen him only twice, in a short and hurried way, when he had come ashore on duty.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
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14  The next morning saw them off again at an early hour; and with no events, and no delays, they regularly advanced, and were in the environs of Portsmouth while there was yet daylight for Fanny to look around her, and wonder at the new buildings.
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15  In a review of the two houses, as they appeared to her before the end of a week, Fanny was tempted to apply to them Dr. Johnson's celebrated judgment as to matrimony and celibacy, and say, that though Mansfield Park might have some pains, Portsmouth could have no pleasures.
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16  As for any society in Portsmouth, that could at all make amends for deficiencies at home, there were none within the circle of her father's and mother's acquaintance to afford her the smallest satisfaction: she saw nobody in whose favour she could wish to overcome her own shyness and reserve.
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17  She felt that she had never seen so agreeable a man in her life; and was only astonished to find that, so great and so agreeable as he was, he should be come down to Portsmouth neither on a visit to the port-admiral, nor the commissioner, nor yet with the intention of going over to the island, nor of seeing the dockyard.
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