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" Mr. Podsnap's world was not a very large world, morally ; no, nor even geographically : seeing that although his business was sustained upon commerce with other countries, he considered other countries, with that important reservation, a mistake, and... "
The Works of Charles Dickens - Page 58
1875
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 29

Henry Mills Alden - 1864
...consequently sheer away) with those words and a flushed face. For they aft'ronted him. Mr. Podsnap's world was not a very large world, morally; no, nor...would conclusively observe, ''Not English!" when. PRESTO! with a flourish of the arm, and a flush of the face, they were swept away. Elscwise, the world...
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Our Mutual Friend, Volume 1

1864
...him (and consequently sheer away) with those words and a flushed face. For they affronted him. ally ; no, nor even geographically : seeing that although...would conclusively observe, " Not English !" when, PRESTO ! with a flourish of the arm, and a flush of the face, they were swept away. Elsewise, the world...
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Our Mutual Friend

Charles Dickens - 1865 - 932 pages
...consequently sheer away) with those words and a flushed face. For they affronted him. Mr. Podsnap's world was not a very large world, morally; no, nor...customs would conclusively observe, "Not English!" when, PRESTO! with a flourish of the arm, and a flush of the face, they were swept away. Elscwise, the world...
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Our Mutual Friend, Volumes 1-2

Charles Dickens - Community and college - 1865 - 342 pages
...consequently sheer away) with those words and a flushed face. For they affronted him. Mr. Podsnap's world was not a very large world, morally; no, nor...manners and customs would conclusively observe, "Not En- 1 glish !" when, PRESTO ! with a flourish of the arm, and a flush of the face, they were swept...
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Our Mutual Friend, Volumes 1-2

1865
...consequently sheer away) with those words and a flushed face. For they affronted him. Mr. Podsnap's world was not a very large world, morally ; no, nor...with other countries, he considered other countries, \\ith that important reservation, a mistake, and of their manners and customs would conclusively observe,...
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Our Mutual Friend, Volume 1

Charles Dickens - 1866 - 514 pages
...consequently sheer away) with those words and a flushed face. For they affronted him. Mr. Podsnap's world was not a very large world, morally ; no, nor...a mistake, and of their manners and customs would conclu?ively observe, " Not English ! " when, PRESTO ! with a flourish of the arm, and a flush of the...
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Charles Dickens's works. Charles Dickens ed. [18 vols. of a 21 vol. set ...

Charles Dickens - 1868
...consequently sheer away) with those words and a flushed face. For they affronted him. Mr. Podsnap's world was not a very large world, morally ; no, nor even geographically i seeing that although his business was sustained upon commerce with other countries, he considered...
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Our Mutual Friend

Charles Dickens - English fiction - 1872 - 514 pages
...eoиuициi.nЦу sheer away) with those words and a flushed face. For they aflVonted him. Mr. Podsnap's world was not a very large world, morally ; no, nor...was sustained upon commerce with other countries, ho considered other countries, with that important reservation, a mistake, and of their manners and...
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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
...consequently sheer away) with those words and a flushed face; for they affronted him. Mr. Podsnap's world was not a very large world morally, no, nor even geographically; seeing, that, althongh his business was sustained upon commerce with other countries, he considered other countries,...
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A Cyclopedia of the Best Thoughts of Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens - 1873 - 564 pages
...consequently sheer away) with those words and a flushed face. For they affronted him. Mr. Podsnap's ens PRESTO! with a flourish of the arm, and a flush of the face, they were swept away. Elsewise, the world...
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