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Little Dorrit - Page 404
by Charles Dickens - 1857 - 625 pages
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Little Dorrit

Charles Dickens - 1857 - 788 pages
...streets by which he went seemed all depositories of oppressive secrets. The deserted counting-houses, with their secrets of books and papers locked up in...whom there were doubtless plunderers, forgers, and trust-betrayers of many sorts, whom the light of any day that dawned might reveal ; he could have fancied...
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Works, Volume 5

Charles Dickens - 1857
...streets by which he went seemed all depositories of oppressive secrets. The deserted counting-houses, with their secrets of books and papers locked up in...whom there were doubtless plunderers, forgers, and trust-betrayers of many sorts, whom the light of any day that dawned might reveal; he could have fancied...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 14

Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen - 1857
...streets by which he went seemed all depositories of oppressive secrets. The deserted counting-houses, with their secrets of books and papers locked up in...whom there were, doubtless, plunderers, forgers, and trust-betrayers of many sorts, whom the light of any day that dawned might reveal; he could have fancied...
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Little Dorrit

Charles Dickens - 1866
...streets by which he went, seemed all depositories of oppressive secrets. The deserted counting-houses, with their secrets of books and papers locked up in...whom there were doubtless plunderers, forgers, and trust-betrayers of many sorts, whom the light of any day that dawned might reveal ; he could have fancied...
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Charles Dickens's works. Charles Dickens ed. [18 vols. of a 21 vol. set ...

Charles Dickens - 1867
...streets by which he went, seemed all depositories of oppressive secrets. The deserted counting-houses, with their secrets of books and papers locked up in...whom there were doubtless plunderers, forgers, and trust-betrayers of many sorts, whom the light of any day that dawned might reveal ; he could have fancied...
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Charles Dickens's works. Charles Dickens ed. [18 vols. of a 21 vol. set ...

1868
...streets by which he went, seemed all depositories of oppressive secrets. Tbc deserted counting-houses, with their secrets of books and papers locked up in...whom there were doubtless plunderers, forgers, and trust-betrayers of many sorts, whom the light of any day that dawned might reveal ; he could have fancied...
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Works of Charles Dickens: Little Dorrit

1869
...till depositories of oppressive secrets. The deserted counting-houses, with their secrets of hooks and papers locked up in chests and safes ; the banking-houses, with their secrets of strong room? and wells, the keys of which were in a very few secret pockets and a very few secre* breasts...
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The Works of Charles Dickens, Volume 6

1873
...streets by which he went seemed all depositories of oppressive secrets. The deserted counting-houses, with their secrets of books and papers locked up in...strong rooms and wells, the keys of which were in a THE STRANGER. 237 very few secret pockets and a very few secret breasts ; the secrete of all the dispersed...
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Dickens's London: Or, London in the Works of Charles Dickens

Thomas Edgar Pemberton - Literary landmarks - 1876 - 260 pages
...this state of quiescence ; but few, we imagine, have been more forcibly expressed than the following : their secrets of books and papers locked up in chests...forgers, and trust- betrayers of many sorts, whom the light of any day that dawned might reveal ; he could have fancied that these things, in hiding,...
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Works of Charles Dickens, Volume 21

1879
...streets by which he went, seemed all depositories of oppressive -secrets. The deserted counting-houses, with their secrets of books and papers locked up in...keys of which were in a very few secret pockets and n very few secret breasts; the secrets of all the dispersed grinders in the vast mill, among whom there...
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