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: Um, Fanny my dear, I've quite run out of lavender, pick some won't you, before the sun get's too hot. Fanny Price
: Yes, Aunt, of course. Lady Bertram
: And, Edmund, find scissors and go with her.
: Oh my dear, Fanny has been in love with Edmund since she was a little girl.
Sir Thomas Bertram
: Is Fanny, then, to come to us? Lady Bertram
: We thought, Sister, she would come to you, for it was your idea, you know, from start to finish. Mrs. Norris
: What? To me? Why, sure, Sir Thomas, YOU did not think so. Sir Thomas Bertram
: Indeed I did. You and Mr. Norris having no children of your own, I took it for certain she would go to the parsonage. Mrs. Norris
: My dear Sir Thomas, I can not conceive how you were ever so mistook. Why, poor Mr. Norris and his state of health alone make it impossible. I do assure you he could no more stand the noise of a child than fly.
: [to Fanny Price
] And I'll tell you one thing, which is more than I did for Maria. The next time my pug has a litter, you shall have a puppy.