ll you had finished, Mamma!’ sh

nor too

e permitted herself to observe.

st what

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ation of mind showed itself. She


had but a moment before been cr

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itical of Alice’s silence. ?/p> t wonder

甕es, dear, that is what I always tried to teach you,’

Mrs Etherid

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she said, ‘when you were

children; just as my mother taught me. I’m sure I told you all every day not to talk with your mouths full or when anybody

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else is talking. If we all


talked together there would be a fine noise, to be sure, and nobody a bit the wiser. I took a great deal of trouble about your


manners, and I’m sure it was not thrown away, for I consider you’ve all got very good manners, even John, when he chooses. Tal


king of that’ (This phrase meant nothing in Mrs Keeling’s mouth), ‘I noticed Mr Silverdale in church. He seemed to me to have

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