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Miss Dounor was as she was and she was not ever changing, Miss Charles was
as she was and was not ever changing. Mrs. Redfern was as she was and
always she wanted to be changing and always she was trying. Miss Dounor as I
had in her then a perfect power of planning the attacking that should keep Mrs.
Redfern in her place of condemnation for Mrs. Redfern had not in her any
intelligence in desiring, she had a right to anything she ever could be asking and
As I was saying Mrs. Redfern had in her no intelligence whatever in desiring, this
was in her then presumption in her to Miss Dounor, not the things for which Mrs.
Redfern was asking, Mrs. Redfern had the right to ask for anything or everything,
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