Mr. Bingley's sister lies to Jane saying that Mr. Bingley is fully aware that Jane is in town, but doesn't care to visit her.
Darcy thought that Jane was not instrested in Mr Bingley
JANE knows Mr. bingley admires her because she is the only girl he dance with twice , she is pleased with his attention .
That Mr Darcy prevented Mr Bingley from proposing to Jane, and that he was very proud of having done so.
Mainly the Bingley sisters, but also Mr. Darcy.
After Bingley went to town for a few days, to do business there, Darcy and Bingley's sisters agreed that Jane would be unsuitable to be Bingley's wife. So they went to town, and talked Bingley into staying there longer. They told him that they believed Jane was not in love with him, and that he was running the risk of falling in love with a woman who would not return his affection. This was compounded by the fact that Jane's mother was clearly trying very hard to get her daughters married to wealthy men, regardless of any other circumstance.
On the third day after his return to Netherfield, Bingley visited the Bennets at their home. He visited again, with increasing frequency, for a while, and then he proposed marriage to Jane.
The strongest contrast between Mr. Darcy and Mr. Bingley is Mr. Darcy's stoicism and Mr. Bingley's open kindness. Mr. Bingley falls in love with Jane Bennet and wants to marry her despite her position. Mr. Darcy falls in love with Jane's sister Elizabeth but has a difficult time coming to terms with her lack of wealth. Bingley values love over society and money, Darcy eventually values the same but it takes him time to realize it.
Mr Darcy noticed that Mr. Bingley was in love with her, but he did not want him to marry her because her family is not rich, and have no connections. He also claims that part of it was because he thought Jane did not show admiration for Mr. Bingley, and assumed she did not have feelings for him.
he displayed a solicitous attitude toward Jane Bennet