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Could you please tell me if I should include "there" and "should" I wrote in parentheses? Thank you.

1) First, Mrs Bennet informs her husband that a rich young bachelor, Mr. Bingley, has just rented the nearby estate of Netherfield and is going to take up residence (there) with some of his servants by the end of the week.
5) He goes on to say that his wife may(should) accompany them because Mr. Bingley may prefer her to their daughters.

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