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The narrator says that he was a very wealthy man with ten thousand a year. Also that he was very proud and disagreeable.

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The narrator reveals that Mr. Darcy, a wealthy and eligible bachelor, is considered one of the most eligible bachelors in the room at the first ball. His wealth and social standing make him a highly sought-after match for the young ladies in attendance.

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The narrator says he is good looking, that it is said he is very wealthy, with an income of ten thousand per year, and that people soon regard him as excessively proud and disagreeable.

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