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  • Miss Bertram began again. (4)
  • Miss Bertram was the one. (4)
  • The place deserves it, Bertram. (4)
  • Lady Bertram made no opposition. (4)
  • Lady Bertram took it differently. (4)
  • Lady Bertram was quite talkative. (4)
  • Lady Bertram does not bid a dozen. (4)
  • What were the yawns of Lady Bertram? (4)
  • It is indolence, Mr. Bertram, indeed. (4)
  • Lady Bertram agreed with her instantly. (4)
  • I am glad to hear Bertram will be so well off. (4)
  • Lady Bertram seemed quite resigned to waiting. (4)
  • Lady Bertram did not go into public with her daughters. (4)
  • Julia Bertram was only twelve, and Maria but a year older. (4)
  • But, Mary, do not fancy that Maria Bertram cares for Henry. (4)
  • I am sure Miss Bertram is very much attached to Mr. Rushworth. (4)
  • Lady Bertram listened without much interest to this sort of invective. (4)
  • She is niece to Sir Thomas Bertram; that will be enough for the world. (4)
  • She was very civilly answered by Lady Bertram, but Edmund said nothing. (4)
  • I am so glad your eldest cousin is gone, that he may be Mr. Bertram again. (4)
  • But Miss Price and Mr. Edmund Bertram, I dare say, would take their chance. (4)
  • To the education of her daughters Lady Bertram paid not the smallest attention. (4)
  • Her correspondence with her aunt Bertram was her only concern of higher interest. (4)
  • Lady Bertram was perfectly quiescent and contented, and had no objections to make. (4)
  • Dr. Grant is giving Bertram instructions about the living he is to step into so soon. (4)
  • Of her two sisters, Mrs. Price very much more resembled Lady Bertram than Mrs. Norris. (4)
  • My own sister as a wife, Sir Thomas Bertram as a husband, are my standards of perfection. (4)
  • Her aunt Bertram had recollected her on this occasion with an unusual degree of wakefulness. (4)
  • Lady Bertram was very well pleased to have it so, and the young ladies were in spirits again. (4)
  • The season and duties which brought Mr. Bertram back to Mansfield took Mr. Crawford into Norfolk. (4)
  • I am sure you ought to be very much obliged to your aunt Bertram and me for contriving to let you go. (4)
  • Mrs. Price did quite as much for Lady Bertram as Lady Bertram would have done for Mrs. Price. (4)
  • Lady Bertram seems more of a cipher now than when he is at home; and nobody else can keep Mrs. Norris in order. (4)
  • Miss Bertram, displeased with her sister, led the way, and all seemed to feel that they had been there long enough. (4)
  • The preparations meanwhile went on, and Lady Bertram continued to sit on her sofa without any inconvenience from them. (4)
  • I saw him draw back surprised, and I was sorry that Mrs. Rushworth should resent any former supposed slight to Miss Bertram. (4)
  • Bertram has the D. S. O. I have been less hard-pressed lately; Lauder has been home on leave and has taken some Services for me. (8)
  • Mrs. Grant offered herself as companion for the day to Lady Bertram in lieu of her son, and Dr. Grant was to join them at dinner. (4)
  • Sir Thomas sent friendly advice and professions, Lady Bertram dispatched money and baby-linen, and Mrs. Norris wrote the letters. (4)
  • Mr. Rushworth was from the first struck with the beauty of Miss Bertram, and, being inclined to marry, soon fancied himself in love. (4)
  • The first half-hour was lost, for Fanny and Lady Bertram were together, and unless she had Fanny to herself she could hope for nothing. (4)
  • In the drawing-room they were met with equal cordiality by the mother, and Miss Bertram had all the distinction with each that she could wish. (4)
  • The two ladies were together in the breakfast-room, and, fortunately for him, Lady Bertram was on the very point of quitting it as he entered. (4)
  • When they came within the influence of Sotherton associations, it was better for Miss Bertram, who might be said to have two strings to her bow. (4)

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