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" At this pathetic description of the decease of Mr. Bardell, who had been knocked on the head with a quart-pot in a publichouse cellar, the learned... "
The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club - Page 233
by Charles Dickens - 1838 - 388 pages
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The Library of Wit and Humor, Prose and Poetry: Selected from the ..., Volume 3

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Rufus Edmonds Shapley - Wit and humor - 1884
...public-house cellar, the learned serjeant's voice faltered, and he proceeded with emotion. "Sometime before his death, he had stamped his likeness upon...boy, the only pledge of her departed exciseman, Mrs. Burdell shrunk from the world, and courted the retirement and trauquility of Goswell | Street ; and...
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Good Selections, in Prose and Poetry, for Use in Schools and Academies, Home ...

Recitations - 1885 - 159 pages
...world, to seek elsewhere for that repose and peace which a custom-house can never afford. Sometime before his death, he had stamped his likeness upon...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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Charles Dickens' Works: Complete in 15 Volumes], Volume 1

Charles Dickens - 1885
...faltered, and he proceeded with emotian : " Some time before his death, he had stamped his likenest upon a little boy. With this little boy, the only...exciseman, Mrs. Bardell shrunk from the world, and couited the retirement and tranquillity of Goswell-street ; and Iferr she placed in her front parlour-window...
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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, Volume 2

Charles Dickens - 1886
...Bardell, who had been knocked on the head with a quartpot in a public-house cellar, the learned Serjeant's voice faltered, and he proceeded with great emotion—...world, and courted the retirement and tranquillity of Goswell Street; and here she placed in her front parlourwindow a written placard, bearing this inscription—'...
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The posthumous papers of the Pickwick club, ed. by C. Dickens the younger ...

Charles Dickens - 1886
...Bardell, who had been knocked on the head with a quartpot in a public-house cellar, the learned Serjeant's voice faltered, and he proceeded with great emotion...world, and courted the retirement and tranquillity 104 of Goswell Street ; and here she placed in her front parlourwindow a written placard, bearing this...
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The Book of Eloquence: A Collection of Extracts in Prose and Verse, from the ...

Charles Dudley Warner - Elocution - 1887 - 452 pages
...world, to seek elsewhere for that repose and peace which a custom-house can never afford. Sometime before his death he had stamped his likeness upon,...Goswell-street ; and here she placed in her front parlor window a written placard, bearing this inscription — " Apartments furnished for a single gentleman....
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The Elocutionist's Annual ...: Comprising New and Popular Readings ..., Issue 3

Recitations - 1889
...a quartpot in a public-house cellar. "Some time before Mr. Bardell's death, he became the father 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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Works, Volume 39

Charles Dickens - 1890
...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...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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Best Things from Best Authors...

English literature - 1890
...a quartpot in a public-house cellar. "Some time before Mr. Bardell's death, he became the father 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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Popular English readings in prose and verse, ed. by R. Ford

Robert Ford - 1892
...been knocked on the head with a quart-pot in a public-house cellar. " Some time before Mr. Bardell's death, he had stamped his likeness upon a little boy....shrunk from the world, and courted the retirement and tranquility of Goswell Street ; and here she placed in her front parlour window a written placard,...
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