Northanger Abbey. Part 95

Northanger Abbey. The bells rang

Northanger Abbey wedding (11)


The influence of the viscount and viscountess in their

brother’s behalf was assisted by that right understanding of

Mr. Morland’s circumstances which, as soon as the gener-

al would allow himself to be informed, they were qualified

to give. It taught him that he had been scarcely more mis-

led by Thorpe’s first boast of the family wealth than by his

subsequent malicious overthrow of it; that in no sense of

the word were they necessitous or poor, and that Catherine

would have three thousand pounds.

On the strength of this, the general, soon after Eleanor’s

marriage, permitted his son to return to Northanger, and

thence made him the bearer of his consent, very courteously

worded in a page full of empty professions to Mr. Mor-

land. The event which it authorized soon followed: Henry

and Catherine were married, the bells rang, and everybody

smiled.
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