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" I walked in, gentlemen, just to say good mornin', and went, in a permiscuous manner, up-stairs, and into the back room. Gentlemen, there was the sound of voices in the front room, and ' 'And you listened, I believe, Mrs. Cluppins?' said Serjeant Buzfuz.... "
The posthumous papers of the Pickwick Club - Page 84
by Charles Dickens - 1864
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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, Volume 1

Charles Dickens, Hablot Knight Browne, Robert William Buss - England - 1837 - 609 pages
...gentlemen, just to say good mornin', and went in a permiscuous manner up stairs, and into the back room. Gentlemen, there was the sound of voices in...And you listened, I believe, Mrs. Cluppins," said Sergeant Buzfuz. " Beggin' your pardon, sir," replied Mrs. Cluppins, in a majestic manner, " I would...
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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club

Charles Dickens - English fiction - 1838 - 388 pages
...in, gentlemen, just to say good momin', and went in a permiscuous manner up stairs, and into the back room. Gentlemen, there was the sound of voices in the front room, and " "And yon listened, I believe, Mrs. Chippins," said Serjeant Buzfuz. " Beggin' your pardon. Sir," replied...
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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, Volume 2

Charles Dickens - 1838
...gentlemen, just to say good mornin', and went in a permiscuous manner up stairs, and into the back room. Gentlemen, there was the sound of voices in...very loud, sir, and forced themselves upon my ear." " Weil, Mrs Cluppins, you were not listening, but you heard the voices. Was one of those voices Mr....
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The Novels and Tales of Charles Dickens, (Boz.).

Charles Dickens - Fiction - 1849
...gentlemen, just to say good mornin', and went in a pcrmisenoua manner up stairs, and into the back room. Gentlemen, there was the sound of voices in...front room, and " "And you listened, I believe, Afra. Clappins," said Sergeant Buzfuz. " Beggin' your pardin, Sir," replied Mrs. Cluppins, in a majestic...
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The posthumous papers of the Pickwick club. The old curiosity shop and other ...

Charles Dickens - Fiction - 1851
...gentlemen, just to eay good mornin', and went in a penniscuous manner up stairs, and into the back room. Gentlemen, there was the sound of voices in...And you listened, I believe, Mrs. Cluppins," said Sergeant Buzfuz. " Beggin' your pardin, Sir," replied Mrs. Cluppins, in a majestic manner, " I woultl...
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The Readings of Mr. Charles Dickens, as Condensed by Himself

Charles Dickens - 1868
...gentlemen, just to say good mornin', and went, in a permiscuous manner, up stairs, and into the back room. Gentlemen, there was the sound of voices in... " " And you listened, I believe, Mrs. Cluppins ? " " Beggin' your pardon, sir, I would scorn the haction. The voices was very loud, sir, and forced...
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Doctor Marigold ; And, The Trial from Pickwick

Charles Dickens - Trials (Breach of promise) - 1868 - 60 pages
...gentlemen, just to say good inornin', and went, in a permiscuous manner, up stairs, and into the back room. Gentlemen, there was the sound of voices in... " " And you listened, I believe, Mrs. Cluppins ? " " Beggin" your pardon, sir, I would scorn the haction. The voices was very loud, sir, and forced...
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David Copperfield and The Trial from Pickwick

Charles Dickens - 1868 - 82 pages
...gentlemen, just to say good mornin', and went, in a permiscuous manner, up stairs, and into the back room. Gentlemen, there was the sound of voices in... " " And you listened, I believe, Mrs. Cluppins ? " " Beggiri' your pardon, sir, I would scorn the haction. The voices was very loud, sir, and forced...
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Pickwick papers. Barnaby Rudge. Sketches by Boz

Charles Dickens - 1868
...gentlemen, jnst to вау good mornin', and went, in a pcrmiscuone manner, up-stairs, and into the back room. Gentlemen, there was the sound of voices in the front room, and " "And yon listened, I believe, Mrs. Cluppins f " said Serjeant Bnzfuz. " Beggin' your pardon, sir," replied...
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Routledge's readings, selected and arranged by E. Routledge

Edmund Routledge - 1871
...gentlemen, just to say good mornin', and went, in a permiscuous manner, upstairs, and into the back room. Gentlemen, there was the sound of voices in the front room, and Buzfuz. And you listened,! believe, Mrs. Cluppins? Mrs. Cluppins. Beggin' your pardon, sir,...
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