Private correspondence - Jane Austen

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She was obliged to recollect that her seeing the letter was a violation of the laws of honour, that no one ought to be judged or to be known by such testimonies, that no private correspondence could bear the eye of others, before she could recover enough calmness to return the letter which she had been meditating over, and say, "Thank you. This is full proof undoubtedly; proof of everything you were saying. But why be acquainted with us now?"

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