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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club - Page 233
by Charles Dickens - 1838 - 388 pages
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The Book of Eloquence: A Collection of Extracts in Prose and Verse, from the ...

Readers - 1853 - 452 pages
...elsewhere for that repose and peace which a custom-house can never aflbrd. Sometime before his death ho had stamped his likeness upon a little boy. With this...boy, the only pledge of her departed exciseman, Mrs. ISardell shrunk from the world, and courted the retirement and tranquillity of Goswell-street ; and...
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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club

Charles Dickens - 1854 - 362 pages
...hear detailed by me, and proved by the unimpeachable female whom I will place in that box before you." Here Mr. Sergeant Buzfuz, with a tremendous emphasis...retirement and tranquillity of Goswell-street ; and hère she placed in her front parlour window a written placard, bearing this inscription — 'Apartments...
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The standard speaker: containing exercises in prose and poetry for ...

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1854
...Gentlemen, a widow. The late Mr. Bardell, some time before his death, became the father, Gentlemen, of a little boy. With this little boy, the only pledge...Goswell-street ; and here she placed in her front parlor-window a written placard, bearing this inscription, — " Apartments furnished for a single...
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Osgood's Progressive Fifth Reader: Embracing a System of Instruction in the ...

Lucius Osgood - Readers (Elementary) - 1858 - 480 pages
...which a custom-house can never afford. Some time before hia death, he became the father, gentlemen, of a little boy. With this little boy, the only pledge...world, and courted the retirement and tranquillity of Goswell Street; and here she placed in her front parlor-window a written placard, bearing this inscription...
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The Standard Speaker: Containing Exercises in Prose and Poetry for ...

Epes Sargent - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1858
...Gentlemen, a widow. The late Mr. Bardell, some time before his death, became the father, Gentlemen, of a little boy. With this little boy, the only pledge...world, and courted the retirement and tranquillity of Goewell-street ; and here she placed in her front parlor-window a written placard, bearing this inscription,...
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Pickwick Papers, Volume 3

Charles Dickens, Sir John Gilbert - 1861
...emotion : " Some time before his death, he had stamped his likeness upon a little boy. With this Httle boy, the only pledge of her departed exciseman, Mrs....world, and courted the retirement and tranquillity of Goswell Street ; and here she placed in her front parlor-window a written placard, bearing this inscription...
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The national fifth reader: containing a complete and practical ..., Book 5

Richard Green Parker, James Madison Watson - Literary Criticism - 1866 - 600 pages
...Gentlemen, a widow. The late Mr. Bardell, some time before his death, became the father, Gentlemen, of a little boy. With this little boy, the only pledge...her departed exciseman, Mrs. Bardell shrunk from the worlil and courted the retirement and tranquillity of Goswell street : and here she placed in her front...
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The New York Speaker

Warren P. Edgarton - 1868
...from the world, to seek elsewhere for that repose and peace which a custom-house can never afford. Some time before his death he had stamped his likeness...Goswell-street ; and here she placed in her front parlor window a written placard, hearing this inscription — "Apartments furnished lor a single gentleman....
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The Pickwick Papers

Charles Dickens - Literary Criticism - 1868 - 762 pages
...a quart-pot in a public-house cellar, the learned sergeant's voice faltered, and he proceeded with emotion : " Some time before his death, he had stamped...world, and courted the retirement and tranquillity of Groswell Street ; and here she placed in her front parlor-window a written placard, bearing this inscription...
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Pickwick papers. Barnaby Rudge. Sketches by Boz

Charles Dickens - 1868
...a quart-pot in a public-house cellar, the learned Serjeant's voice faltered, and he proceeded with emotion : " Some time before his death, he had stamped...world, and courted the retirement and tranquillity of Goswell Street ; and here she placed in her front parlor-window a written placard, hearing this inscription—'...
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