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" I'll tell you this : I don't know that I have ever pursued it under such quiet circumstances, as here this day. Elsewhere, people are restless, worried, hurried about, anxious respecting one thing, anxious respecting another. Nothing of the kind here,... "
Little Dorrit - Page 46
by Charles Dickens - 1857 - 625 pages
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Little Dorrit

Charles Dickens - 1857 - 788 pages
...stand on the door mat till he is. Nobody writes threatening letters about money to this place. It's freedom, sir, it's freedom ! I have had to-day's practice...respecting another. Nothing of the kind here, sir. We have d•me all that — we know the worst of it ; we have got to the bottom, we can't fall, and what have...
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Works of Charles Dickens: The Pickwick papers

Charles Dickens - 1865
...till he is. Nobody writes threatening letters about money, to this place. It 's freedom, sir, it 's freedom ! I have had to-day's practice at home and abroad, on a march, and aboard ship, and I '11 tell you this : I don't know that I have ever pursued it Trader such quiet circumstances, as...
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The Works of Charles Dickens, Volume 8

Charles Dickens - English fiction - 1873
...is. Nobody writes threatening letters about money to this place. It's freedom, sir, it's freedom t I have had to-day's practice at home and abroad, on...this : I don't know that I have ever pursued it under snch quiet circumstances, as here this day. Elsewhere, people are restless, worried, hurried about,...
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The New York Tombs: Its Secrets and Its Mysteries. Being a History of Noted ...

Charles Sutton - Crime - 1874 - 668 pages
...COLLECT. — INCIDENTS IN ITS EARLY BISTORT. — PROGRESS OF IMPROVEMENTS. — ERECTION OF THE TOMBS. " Elsewhere people are restless, worried, hurried about,...one thing, anxious respecting another. Nothing of this kind here, sir. We have done all that : we know the worst of it ; we have got to the bottom ,...
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The Fireside Dickens: A Cyclopedia of the Best Thoughts of Charles Dickens ...

Charles Dickens - 1883 - 564 pages
...stand on the door-mat till he is. Nobody writes threatening letters about money, to this place. It's freedom, sir, it's freedom ! I have had to-day's practice at home and abroad, on a inarch, and aboard ship, and I'll tell you this: I don't know that I have ever pursued it under such...
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Charles Dickens' Works: Little dorrit

Charles Dickens - 1885
...is. Nobody writes thieatening letters about money, to this place. It's freedom, s;ir, it's ficedom ! I have had to-day's practice at home and abroad, on...aboard ship, and I'll tell you this : I don't know that J have ever pursued it under such quiet circumstances, as here this day. Elsewhere people are restless,...
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The Writings of Charles Dickens, Volume 18

Charles Dickens, Gilbert Ashville Pierce - 1894
...till he is. Nobody writes threatening letters about money to this place. It 's freedom, sir, it 's freedom ! I have had to-day's practice at home and abroad, on a march, and aboard ship, and I 'll tell you this: I don't know that I have ever pursued it under such quiet circumstances as here...
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The Sickroom in Victorian Fiction: The Art of Being Ill

Miriam Bailin - Literary Criticism - 2007 - 180 pages
...there's no knocker here, sir, to be hammered at by creditors and bring a man's heart into his mouth... Elsewhere, people are restless, worried, hurried about,...respecting another. Nothing of the kind here, sir... Peace. That's the word for it. Peace. " (i, 6) In the sickroom, the fierce appetites that plague those...
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Orwell: Wintry Conscience of a Generation

Jeffrey Meyers - Biography & Autobiography - 2001 - 380 pages
...Doctor Haggage, imprisoned in the Marshalsea, tries to relieve William Dorrit's anxiety by explaining: "Elsewhere, people are restless, worried, hurried...another. Nothing of the kind here, sir. We have done all that—we know the worst of it; we have got to the bottom, we can't fall, and what have we found? Peace."...
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English Journal

Electronic journals - 1914
...is. Nobody writes thundering letters about money, in this place. It's freedom sir, it's freedom! .... Elsewhere people are restless, worried, hurried about,...another. Nothing of the kind here, sir. We have done with all that — we know the worst of it; we have got to the bottom, we can't fall. And what have...
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