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Emma was quite eager to see this superior treasure. It
was the end of an old pencil,--the part without any lead.
`This was really his,' said Harriet.--`Do not you
remember one morning?--no, I dare say you do not. But
one morning--I forget exactly the day--but perhaps it
was the Tuesday or Wednesday before that evening, he
wanted to make a memorandum in his pocket-book; it
was about spruce-beer. Mr. Knightley had been telling
him something about brewing spruce-beer, and he wanted
to put it down; but when he took out his pencil, there
was so little lead that he soon cut it all away, and it would
not do, so you lent him another, and this was left upon
the table as good for nothing. But I kept my eye on it;
and, as soon as I dared, caught it up, and never parted with
it again from that moment.'
`I do remember it,' cried Emma; `I perfectly remember
it.-- Talking about spruce-beer.--Oh! yes--Mr.
Knightley and I both saying we liked it, and Mr. Elton's
seeming resolved to learn to like it too. I perfectly
remember it.--Stop; Mr. Knightley was standing just here,
was not he? I have an idea he was standing just here.'
`Ah! I do not know. I cannot recollect.--It is very odd,
but I cannot recollect.--Mr. Elton was sitting here, I
remember, much about where I am now.'--
Emma 517 of 745 Emma was quite eager to see this superior treasure. and, as soon as I dared, caught it up, and never parted with it again from that moment.' `I do remember it,' cried Emma;