1 For my part, I wish you no ill and all good.
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2 Summer approached; Diana tried to cheer me: she said I looked ill, and wished to accompany me to the sea-side.
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3 Mary Ann remarked that she supposed some one must be very ill, as Mr. Bates had been sent for at that time of the evening.
4 We all must die one day, and the illness which is removing me is not painful; it is gentle and gradual: my mind is at rest.
5 In his last illness, he had it brought continually to his bedside; and but an hour before he died, he bound me by vow to keep the creature.
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6 Semi-starvation and neglected colds had predisposed most of the pupils to receive infection: forty-five out of the eighty girls lay ill at one time.
7 No severe or prolonged bodily illness followed this incident of the red-room; it only gave my nerves a shock of which I feel the reverberation to this day.
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8 Above twenty of those clad in this costume were full-grown girls, or rather young women; it suited them ill, and gave an air of oddity even to the prettiest.
9 I rose, bathed my head and face in water, drank a long draught; felt that though enfeebled I was not ill, and determined that to none but you would I impart this vision.
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10 I saw he was going to marry her, for family, perhaps political reasons, because her rank and connections suited him; I felt he had not given her his love, and that her qualifications were ill adapted to win from him that treasure.
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11 Mrs. Reed surveyed me at times with a severe eye, but seldom addressed me: since my illness, she had drawn a more marked line of separation than ever between me and her own children; appointing me a small closet to sleep in by myself, condemning me to take my meals alone, and pass all my time in the nursery, while my cousins were constantly in the drawing-room.