Mary Musgrove: Are you coming in, Henrietta, or is my cottage insufficiently grand for you?
Mr Elliot: Have you thought any more about my offer?
Anne: What offer was that?
Mr Elliot: My offer to flatter and adore you all the days of your life.
Anne: I haven't had a moment, Mr Elliot, to turn my mind to it.
Anne: Oh, why is the whole town suffering from this dreadful misapprehension that I shall marry him.
Captain Wentworth: I tried to forget you... I thought I had.
Anne Elliot: We do not forget you, so soon as you forget us.
Mr. Shepherd: Women without children are the very best preservers of furniture.
Anne Elliot: If I may, so long as the woman you love lives, and lives for you, all the privilege I claim for my own sex, and it is not a very enviable one - you need not covet it, is that of loving longest when all hope is gone.
Anne Elliot: You presume to know me very well, Mr Elliot.
Mr. Elliot: In my heart I know you intimately.
Anne Elliot: Are you here for the concert?
Captain Wentworth: No, I am here for a lecture on navigation. Am I in the wrong place?