Mr. Darcy: Miss Bennet! Forgive me for not receiving you properly just now. You were not leaving?
Elizabeth Bennet: Yes, I'm afraid we must.
Mr. Darcy: I hope you're not displeased with Pemberley.
Elizabeth Bennet: No.
Mr. Darcy: Then you approve of it?
Mrs. Gardiner: I believe one would be willing to put up with a great deal to be mistress of Pemberley.
Kitty Bennet: I heard that Mrs. Foster is to go sea-bathing.
Lydia Bennet: I would love to go sea-bathing.
Mrs. Bennet: A little sea-bathing would set me up for ever.
Mr. Bennet: And yet I am unmoved.
Mary Bennet: The pleasures of Brighton should have little charms for me. I should infinitely prefer a book.