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Some of his occupations wrought less desirably
The rooms were too large for her to move in with ease: whatever she touched she expected to injure, and she crept about in constant terror of something or other; often retreating towards her own chamber to cry; and the little girl who was spoken of in the drawing-room when she left it at night as seeming so desirably
sensible of her peculiar good fortune, ended every day's sorrows by sobbing herself to sleep.
Instinctively she wss impelled to hold off, to make him woo her, to make herself more desirably
valuable ere she yielded.