Yes madam, delighted to speak to a Lady Catherine.
You have a very small park here.
It is nothing in comparison of Rosings, my lady, I dare say; but I assure you it is much larger than Sir William Lucas's
Miss Bennet, there seem to be prettyish kind of little wilderness on one side of your lawn. I should be glad to take a turn in it, if you will favour me with your company.
Go, my dear.
Do you pay no regard to the wishes of his friends? To his tacit engagement with miss De Bourgh? Are you lost to every feeling or propriety and delicacy? Have you not heard me say, that from his earliest hours he was destined for his cousin?
Lady Catherine confronts Elizabeth
Yes, and I had heard it before. But what is that to me? If there is no other objections to my marrying your nephew, I shall certainly not be kept from it, by knowing that his mother and aunt wished him to marry Miss De Bourgh. You both did as much as you could, in planning the marriage. Its completion depended on other. If Mr. Darcy is neither by honour nor inclination confined to his cousin, why is not he to make another choice? And if I am that choice, why may not i accept him?