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" I was forgetting the name itself. Why, she was called in the Institution, Harriet Beadle an arbitrary name, of course. Now, Harriet we changed into Hattey, and then into Tatty, because, as practical people, we thought even a playful name might be... "
Little Dorrit - Page 14
by Charles Dickens - 1857 - 625 pages
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Works, Volume 4

Charles Dickens - 1856
...arbitrary name, of course. Now, Harriet we changed into Hatty, and then into Tatty, because, as practical people, we thought even a playful name might be a...the question. If there is anything that is not to he tolerated on any terms, anything that is a type of jaek-in-office insolence and absurdity, anything...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 12

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1856
...arbitrary name, of course. Now, Harriet we changed into Hatty, and then into Tatty, because, as practical people, we thought even a playful name might be a...needn't say was wholly out of the question. If there is any thing that is not to be tolerated on any terms, any thing that is a type of jack-in-office insolence...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 12

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1856
...arbitrary name, of course. Now, Harriet we changed into Hatty, and then into Tatty, because, as practical people, we thought even a playful name might be a...a softening and affectionate kind of effect, don't yon sec ? As to Beadle, that I needn't say was wholly out of the question. If there is any thing that...
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Works of Charles Dickens: The Pickwick papers

Charles Dickens - 1865
...arbitrary name, of course. Now, Harriet we changed into Hatty, and then into Tatty, because, as practical people, we thought even a playful name might be a...effect, don't you see ? As to Beadle, that I needn't Bay was wholly out of the question. If there is anything that is not to be tolerated on any terms,...
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Charles Dickens's works. Charles Dickens ed. [18 vols. of a 21 vol. set ...

Charles Dickens - 1868
...we changed into Hattey, and then into Tattv, because, as practical people, we thought even a phiyful name might be a new thing to her, and might have a...tolerated on any terms, anything that is a type of Jack-in-oflice insolence and absurdity, anything that represents in coats, waistcoats, and big flicks,...
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Works of Charles Dickens: Little Dorrit

Charles Dickens - 1869
...arbitrary name, of course. Now, Harriet we changed into Hatty, and then into Tatty, because, as practical people, we thought even a playful name might be a...tolerated on any terms, anything that is a type of jack-in-offiee insolence and absurdity, anything that represents in coats, waistcoats, and big .sticks,...
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The Dickens Dictionary: A Key to the Characters and Principal ..., Volume 30

Gilbert Ashville Pierce, William Adolphus Wheeler - 1872 - 573 pages
...course. Now Harriet we changed into Hatty, and then into Tatty, because, as practical people, we thonght even a playful name might be a new thing to her, and might have a softening and aflectionate kind of effect ; don't you see? As to Beadle, that I need n't say was wholly out of the...
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The Works of Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens - 1873
...arbitrary name, of course. Now, Harriet we changed into Hatty, and then into Tatty, because, as practical people, we thought even a playful name might be a...softening and affectionate kind of effect, don't you see f As to Beadle, that I needn't say was wholly out of the question. If there is any thing that is not...
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Little Dorrit

Charles Dickens - Fiction - 1894 - 788 pages
...arbitrary name, of course. Now, Harriet we changed into Hattey, and then into Tatty, because, as practical people, we thought even a playful name might be a...tolerated on any terms, anything that is a type of Jack-in-oftice insolence and absurdity, anything that represents in coats, waistcoats, and big sticks,...
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The Writings of Charles Dickens: The Dickens dictionary, a key to the plot ...

Charles Dickens, Gilbert Ashville Pierce - 1894
...arbitrary name, of course. Now Harriet we changed into Hatty, and then into Tatty, because, as practical people, we thought even a playful name might be a...kind of effect ; don't you see ? As to Beadle, that I need n't say was wholly out of the question. If there is anything that is not to be tolerated on any...
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