Note 1: (connexion)
In Chapter 1, Austen used the American spelling of connections, but here she uses the British connexion.
Note 2: (Waving)
This might be a typo in the published text of the novel, or it might be an error on Austen's part, or the word may have been spelled differently two-hundred years ago, but the correct spelling of this word today is waiving, which has a different meaning from waving.
Note 3: (choose)
Austen often uses the chuse spelling of this word, but here uses the more modern choose. This perhaps shows how the spelling of words was not fully codified in the early Nineteenth Century, or that the spelling was evolving during Austen's lifetime.
Note 4: (chuse)
Here, just one paragraph after using the choose spelling, Austen is back to the chuse spelling.