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Mrs . Wroughton — did not like it so well as P. & P. — Thought theAuthoreſs wrong, in such times as these, to draw suchclergymen as Mr . Collins & Mr . Elton.

Sir J. Langham — thought it much inferior to the others.

Mr . Jeffrey (of the Edinburgh Reveiw) was kept up by it three nights.

Miſs Murden — certainly inferior to all the others.

Capt. C. Austen wrote — "Emma arrived in time to a moment. I am delighted with her, more so I think than even with my favouritePride & Prejudice, & have read it three times in the Paſsage."

Mrs . D. Dundas — thought it very clever, but did not like it so well aseither of the others.

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