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" Expect the second on the next night at the same hour. The third, upon the next night when the last stroke of twelve has ceased to vibrate. Look to see me no more; and look that, for your own ' sake, you remember what has passed between us! "
A Christmas Carol - Page 45
by Charles Dickens - 2010 - 64 pages
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A Christmas Carol in Prose: The Chimes; The Cricket on the Hearth

Charles Dickens - 1846 - 286 pages
...chance and hope you mentioned, Jacob?" he demanded, in a faultering voice. "It is." "I I think I 'd rather not," said Scrooge. " Without their visits,"...I take 'em all at once, and have it over, Jacob?" ninted Scrooge. "Expect the second on the next night at the same hour. The third upon the next night...
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A Christmas Carol and Boots at the Holly Tree Inn

Charles Dickens - 1868 - 70 pages
...the chance and hope you mentioned, Jacob ? I I think I 'd rather not." " Without their visits, you cannot hope to shun the path I tread. Expect the first to-morrow night, when the bell tolls One. Expect the second on the next night at the same hour. The third, upon...
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The Readings of Mr. Charles Dickens, as Condensed by Himself

Charles Dickens - 1868
...that the chance and hope you mentioned, Jacob? I I think I'd rather not." " Without their visits, you cannot hope to shun the path I tread. Expect the first to-morrow night, when the bell tolls One. Expect the second on the next night at the same hour. The third, upon...
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Christmas Books

Charles Dickens - Christmas stories - 1869 - 256 pages
...and hope yoxi mentioned, Jacob ? " he demanded, in a faltering voice. " It is." " I I think I 'd rather not," said Scrooge. " Without their visits,"...Couldn't I take 'em all at once, and have it over, , hinted Scrooge. " Expect the second on the next night at the same hour. The third, upon the next...
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Our Boys and Girls, Volumes 9-10

Oliver Optic - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1871
...the chance and hope you mentioned, Jacob ? I I think I'd rather not. Marley. Without their visits you cannot hope to shun the path I tread. Expect the first to-night when the bell tolls one. Expect the second to-morrow night at the same hour; the third upon...
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Christmas Books, And, Sketches by Boz, Illustrative of Everyday Life and ...

Charles Dickens - English fiction - 1872 - 568 pages
...the chance and hope yon mentioned, Jacob '!" he demanded, in a faultering voice. " It is." * I I think I'd rather not," said Scrooge. "Without their visits," said the Ghost, " you eannot hope to shun the path I tread. Expect the first tomorrow, when the bell tolls One." " Couldn't...
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Little Classics: Laughter

Rossiter Johnson - Literature - 1874
...the chance and hope you mentioned, Jacob ? I I think I 'd rather not." " Without their visits, you cannot hope to shun the path I tread. Expect the first to-morrow night, when the bell tolls One. Expect the second on the next night at the same hour. The third, upon...
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Charles Dickens: Barry Cornwall and Some of His Friends

James Thomas Fields, Charles Dickens, Barry Cornwall - 1876 - 435 pages
..." Could n't I take 'em all at onee, and have it over, Jaeob ? " hinted Serooge. "Expeet the seeond on the next night at the same hour. The third upon the next night when the last stroke of Twelve has eeased to vibrate. Look to see me no more ; and look that, for your own sake, you remember what has...
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Rose-Belford's Canadian Monthly and National Review, Volume 2; Volume 15

Anthologies - 1879
...faltering voice. ' " It is." ' " I I think I'd rather not," said Scrooge. '" Withoutthe visits,"said the ghost, " you cannot hope to shun the path I tread....Couldn't I take 'em all at once, and have it over, Jacob t " hinted Scrooge.' The Ghost of Christmas Past comes to him, at the appointed time, and takes him...
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Masterpieces of English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - American literature - 1880 - 638 pages
...the chance and hope you mentioned, Jacob ? I I 325 think I'd rather not." " Without their visits, you cannot hope to shun the path I tread. Expect the first to-morrow night, when the bell tolls One. Expect the second on the next night at the same hour. The third, upon...
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