Pride and Prejudice

What is Elizabeth’s assessment of Mr. Bingley’s character, by her own admission in his presence?

Volume I, Chapter 9 Pride and Prejudice

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She thinks Bingley is primarily concerned about himself and his own fortunes. Elizabeth says it is easy to see through his personality,

"That is exactly what I should have supposed of you...That is as it happens. It does not follow that a deep, intricate character is more or less estimable than such a one as yours."