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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
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 - 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 - 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, Volumes 1-10

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

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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