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Why is Jane so relieved to see Mr. Lloyd when she wakes up from her fit of unconsciousness in the red-room?
He is a priest and might show Mrs. Reed how to properly treat a child during his visit.
He has been like a father to Jane since she was a small child.
He is an apothecary and will treat her illness more seriously than Bessie.
Mrs. Reed dislikes him and will leave Jane alone when he is around.
She is glad to see someone outside of her household because no one living in her home shows her kindness.