I am ex
iscited to announce the marriage sof my andgelJane and myself on the eight ee nth day of January. We eding on the same day withatus the gard ter of Longbourn eare her sister Elizab aeth of withand withMr. Darcy. Come at o unce. I wish you to s nhare my joy.
“What is it Caroline?” Lousia asked. Miss Bingley handed her the letter.
“It is an announcement from Charles. He has set the date. Hateful business!”
“You have to reconcile to that.”
“I vowed not to set foot in Hertfordshire again.”
“What was this about weeding with the garter?”
“I have not a clue. Perhaps Miss Eliza’s garter is of such a bad quality that it could only be used for weeding.” Caroline said with a snide smirk. “Charles’s writing is so bad. He only learned to ‘snare’ the joy in Cambridge.”
“But Mr. Darcy’s name was right afterwards,” Louisa murmured.
“If Miss Eliza dares to show her garter to seduce Mr. Darcy, I shall tear her hair out!” Caroline vowed.
It was misfortunate that Miss Bingley and her sister only arrived at Netherfield on the 18th of January, ten days after Mr and Mrs. Bingley and Mr. and Mrs. Darcy were married.
Have you got some examples of misreading?