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In Elizabeth's opinion, Mr. Darcy's departure upon learning of Lydia's situation
Indicates that he feels responsible for Mr. Wickham and his immoral behavior.
Assures her that she and Mr. Darcy will never be as intimate as they were in Derbyshire.
Demonstrates to her that Mr. Darcy is too proud and arrogant to retain such relations as would tarnish his good name.
Contributes to her growing respect for his sense of propriety.
Confirms that he is gloating over his earlier characterization of her family.