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1  The comfort of the whole evening was destroyed.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
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2  The same evening afforded him an opportunity of trying his strength.
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3  That is a very foolish trick, Fanny, to be idling away all the evening upon a sofa.
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4  It is a handsome chapel, and was formerly in constant use both morning and evening.
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5  Fanny went to bed with her heart as full as on the first evening of her arrival at the Park.
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6  To own the truth, Sir Thomas, we were in the middle of a rehearsal when you arrived this evening.
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7  The morrow came, the plan for the evening continued, and Fanny's consideration of it did not become less agitated.
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8  To own the truth, Henry and I were partly driven out this very evening by a disappointment about a green goose, which he could not get the better of.
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9  The evening passed with external smoothness, though almost every mind was ruffled; and the music which Sir Thomas called for from his daughters helped to conceal the want of real harmony.
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10  It was a beautiful evening, mild and still, and the drive was as pleasant as the serenity of Nature could make it; but when Mrs. Norris ceased speaking, it was altogether a silent drive to those within.
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11  Our company is now so dispersed, from the Crawfords being gone home, that nothing more can be done to-night; but if you will give us the honour of your company to-morrow evening, I should not be afraid of the result.
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12  The Crawfords laughed at the idea; and having soon agreed on the propriety of their walking quietly home and leaving the family to themselves, proposed Mr. Yates's accompanying them and spending the evening at the Parsonage.
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13  When the evening was over, she went to bed full of it, her nerves still agitated by the shock of such an attack from her cousin Tom, so public and so persevered in, and her spirits sinking under her aunt's unkind reflection and reproach.
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14  Edmund looked pleased, which must be Fanny's comfort, and the ride to Mansfield Common took place the next morning: the party included all the young people but herself, and was much enjoyed at the time, and doubly enjoyed again in the evening discussion.
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15  The first regular rehearsal of the three first acts was certainly to take place in the evening: Mrs. Grant and the Crawfords were engaged to return for that purpose as soon as they could after dinner; and every one concerned was looking forward with eagerness.
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16  Miss Crawford, on walking up with her brother to spend the evening at Mansfield Park, heard the good news; and though seeming to have no concern in the affair beyond politeness, and to have vented all her feelings in a quiet congratulation, heard it with an attention not so easily satisfied.
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17  He too had his book, and was seeking Fanny, to ask her to rehearse with him, and help him to prepare for the evening, without knowing Miss Crawford to be in the house; and great was the joy and animation of being thus thrown together, of comparing schemes, and sympathising in praise of Fanny's kind offices.
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