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Frank greeted Emma warmly. But he greeted her as a friend. She could not see any signs of love. Did he love her, or had she been mistaken? Frank stayed at Hartfield for only fifteen minutes, then he hurried away to call on other friends. Then Frank left Highbury suddenly and returned to London for ten days. When he came back to Highbury again, he brought more news. Mrs Churchill did not like London after all. It was too noisy. The Church ills were moving to Richmond - a village near London - in the early summer.
I do not care if I meet Mr Elton or not,' Harriet said. 'I wanted to tell you that. And I think that Mrs Elton is very bad tempered. I do not like her at all. I have been very silly, Miss Woodhouse, but my feelings have changed. I want to show you that I no longer love Mr Elton. ' Harriet slowly untied the parcel. Inside the paper there was a little box. Harriet lifted the lid of the box. Emma looked inside it and was surprised. 'All I can see is a piece of plaster72 and the end of an old pencil,' Emma said slowly.
Well, it must stay there until Colonel Campbell comes back to England. It was his gift, or his daughter's perhaps - I do not know. Poor Jane. She is so upset. Please excuse me, Miss Woodhouse. I must go back to her. ' When Emma got back to Hartfield, Mr Knightley and Harriet were sitting with her father. Mr Knightley stood up as Emma came into the room. 'I am going to London, Emma,' he said. ' 'Emma has been calling on our dear friend Miss Bates,' Mr Woodhouse said. ' Emma looked up at Mr Knightley and smiled at him.