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BOOK THE SECOND BIRDS OF A FEATHER
A Piece of Work
In which an Innocent Elopement occurs
The Sweat of an Honest Mans Brow
The Bird of Prey brought down
A Dismal Swamp
Some Affairs of the Heart
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Page 524 - Oliver Twist," is a Jew, because it unfortunately was true of the time to which that story refers, that that class of criminal almost invariably was a Jew. But surely no sensible man or woman of your persuasion can fail to observe — firstly, that all the rest of the wicked dramatis personal are Christians; and secondly, that he is called the " Jew," not because of his religion, but because of his race.
Page 13 - Reflects mature young lady; raven locks, and complexion that lights up well when well-powdered — as it is — carrying on considerably in the captivation of mature, young gentleman; with too much nose in his face, too much ginger in his whiskers, too much torso in his waistcoat, too much sparkle in his studs, his eyes, his buttons, his talk, and his teeth. Reflects charming old Lady Tippins on Veneering's right; with an immense obtuse drab oblong face, like a face in a tablespoon, and a dyed Long...