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Martin Chuzzlewit (Unabridged)

  1. 1
  2. Chapter 1
  3. 00:06:10
  1. 2
  2. These remarkable words wrought…
  3. 00:05:47
  1. 3
  2. On another occasion, he says…
  3. 00:03:59
  1. 4
  2. Chapter 2
  3. 00:05:44
  1. 5
  2. It was small tyranny for a respectable wind…
  3. 00:06:27
  1. 6
  2. Miss Pecksniff sat upon a stool…
  3. 00:06:19
  1. 7
  2. 'Even the worldly goods…'
  3. 00:07:00
  1. 8
  2. 'Now I think, ' said Mr. Pecksniff…
  3. 00:06:53
  1. 9
  2. 'As to your forgiveness, Mr. Pecksniff…'
  3. 00:05:37
  1. 10
  2. 'Besides, whether I am or no, ' he added…
  3. 00:07:01
  1. 11
  2. Chapter 3
  3. 00:05:20
  1. 12
  2. That her guest had need of some efficient…
  3. 00:06:06
  1. 13
  2. And, at length, she said, in a voice too low…
  3. 00:04:59
  1. 14
  2. 'Come, ' he said, 'Tell me, who is it?'
  3. 00:07:57
  1. 15
  2. 'Shall I knock?' asked Mrs. Lupin…
  3. 00:07:10
  1. 16
  2. A long pause succeeded…
  3. 00:06:03
  1. 17
  2. Mr. Pecksniff shook his head…
  3. 00:05:53
  1. 18
  2. Mr. Pecksniff as slowly rose…
  3. 00:06:04
  1. 19
  2. Chapter 4
  3. 00:07:14
  1. 20
  2. 'Now, this is very distressing…'
  3. 00:07:12
  1. 21
  2. 'Now, I'll tell you what it is…'
  3. 00:05:18
  1. 22
  2. Mr. Tigg, planting his legs as wide apart…
  3. 00:05:57
  1. 23
  2. If ever Mr. Pecksniff wore an apostolic look…
  3. 00:07:00
  1. 24
  2. 'I am not sorry, ' said Mr. Pecksniff…
  3. 00:06:30
  1. 25
  2. In their strong feeling on this point…
  3. 00:05:55
  1. 26
  2. 'I passed from the memory…'
  3. 00:04:57
  1. 27
  2. Chapter 5
  3. 00:06:08
  1. 28
  2. And now the morning grew so fair…
  3. 00:06:20
  1. 29
  2. 'I never, ' Mark replied…
  3. 00:06:12
  1. 30
  2. But the shops. First of all…
  3. 00:06:08
  1. 31
  2. All the farmers being by this time jogging…
  3. 00:06:31
  1. 32
  2. They looked at each other…
  3. 00:05:57
  1. 33
  2. 'But she is gone now…'
  3. 00:05:48
  1. 34
  2. 'This, ' said Mr. Pecksniff, opening the door…
  3. 00:04:01
  1. 35
  2. It was undoubtedly true, and may be stated…
  3. 00:07:20
  1. 36
  2. Chapter 6
  3. 00:06:25
  1. 37
  2. 'Let me see, ' he said…
  3. 00:06:01
  1. 38
  2. 'I must have been born with a silver spoon…'
  3. 00:06:49
  1. 39
  2. Some men would have slapped him…
  3. 00:08:28
  1. 40
  2. Mr. Pinch sat staring at the fire…
  3. 00:08:08
  1. 41
  2. Chapter 7
  3. 00:06:15
  1. 42
  2. 'There is actually, at this instant…'
  3. 00:05:41
  1. 43
  2. 'You're not answering my question, you know…'
  3. 00:07:17
  1. 44
  2. Mr. Tigg replenished his friend's glass…
  3. 00:06:08
  1. 45
  2. 'Sir, you have seen my friend, Slyme?'
  3. 00:05:35
  1. 46
  2. At length, the house was closed…
  3. 00:07:57
  1. 47
  2. Chapter 8
  3. 00:07:07
  1. 48
  2. 'Are you travelling to London, Mr. Pecksniff?'
  3. 00:07:41
  1. 49
  2. As nothing could be added to this…
  3. 00:06:27
  1. 50
  2. Mr. Pecksniff and his fair daughters…
  3. 00:05:55
  1. 51
  2. Chapter 9
  3. 00:06:28
  1. 52
  2. As to Todgers's itself…
  3. 00:06:17
  1. 53
  2. 'You, my dears, having to deal…'
  3. 00:06:08
  1. 54
  2. 'Visitors for Miss Pinch!' said the footman…
  3. 00:07:27
  1. 55
  2. 'Missis's compliments to Miss Pinch…'
  3. 00:07:23
  1. 56
  2. Todgers's was in a great bustle that evening…
  3. 00:07:30
  1. 57
  2. Here the gentlemen were all assembled…
  3. 00:06:51
  1. 58
  2. Now comes the trying time…
  3. 00:06:12
  1. 59
  2. Mr. Pecksniff had followed his younger…
  3. 00:07:29
  1. 60
  2. Mrs. Todgers looked a little puzzled…
  3. 00:06:36
  1. 61
  2. Chapter 10
  3. 00:07:03
  1. 62
  2. 'I very much regret, ' Martin resumed…
  3. 00:07:14
  1. 63
  2. 'We uttered no complaint…'
  3. 00:06:22
  1. 64
  2. 'If I could have anticipated…'
  3. 00:06:24
  1. 65
  2. 'One glass of wine - one morsel of this homely cake?'
  3. 00:06:22
  1. 66
  2. 'However, ' he said, 'these are not proper…'
  3. 00:06:37
  1. 67
  2. Chapter 11
  3. 00:05:00
  1. 68
  2. 'Ah, cousin!' he said…
  3. 00:07:35
  1. 69
  2. When they had been out for some hours…
  3. 00:06:12
  1. 70
  2. Such as he was, he came slowly creeping…
  3. 00:05:47
  1. 71
  2. Chuffey boggled over his plate so long…
  3. 00:06:37
  1. 72
  2. By the time he had unfolded all the peddling…
  3. 00:06:10
  1. 73
  2. The flute of the youngest gentleman…
  3. 00:05:46
  1. 74
  2. Mr. Pecksniff and Mr. Jinkins came home…
  3. 00:07:06
  1. 75
  2. Chapter 12
  3. 00:06:38
  1. 76
  2. 'It's a proof of the kindness…'
  3. 00:06:09
  1. 77
  2. Better than the gig!
  3. 00:05:46
  1. 78
  2. They drank his health in his absence…
  3. 00:06:13
  1. 79
  2. 'And so, ' he said, when he had gazed…
  3. 00:09:03
  1. 80
  2. They breakfasted together very early…
  3. 00:06:52
  1. 81
  2. 'Now, Mr. Pecksniff, ' said Martin at last…
  3. 00:06:54
  1. 82
  2. Chapter 13
  3. 00:05:52
  1. 83
  2. He had repeated this process…
  3. 00:07:21
  1. 84
  2. Martin said nothing in reply…
  3. 00:05:54
  1. 85
  2. 'I wish I may die, ' said Mr. Tigg…
  3. 00:06:04
  1. 86
  2. His first step, now that he had a supply…
  3. 00:06:36
  1. 87
  2. The five weeks had quite run out…
  3. 00:06:40
  1. 88
  2. 'Lord bless you, sir, ' said Mark…
  3. 00:04:54
  1. 89
  2. If this were meant as a second appeal…
  3. 00:05:59
  1. 90
  2. Chapter 14
  3. 00:07:15
  1. 91
  2. She hung more closely on his arm…
  3. 00:06:25
  1. 92
  2. '"I shall not only enclose my letters to…"'
  3. 00:05:26
  1. 93
  2. 'Martin! If you would but sometimes…'
  3. 00:06:11
  1. 94
  2. Chapter 15
  3. 00:06:58
  1. 95
  2. Mark was so far right…
  3. 00:07:31
  1. 96
  2. At night, when the cooking-fire was lighted…
  3. 00:08:13
  1. 97
  2. Chapter 16
  3. 00:06:11
  1. 98
  2. 'You have brought, I see, sir, ' he said…
  3. 00:05:56
  1. 99
  2. They made their way as best they could…
  3. 00:06:55
  1. 100
  2. The colonel was by this time…
  3. 00:07:41
  1. 101
  2. The gentleman in the rocking-chair…
  3. 00:06:22
  1. 102
  2. They encountered more weeds in the bar-room…
  3. 00:06:24
  1. 103
  2. Pursuing his inquiries Martin found…
  3. 00:06:28
  1. 104
  2. Now there had been at the dinner-table…
  3. 00:05:38
  1. 105
  2. Chapter 17
  3. 00:06:03
  1. 106
  2. It would not have been very difficult…
  3. 00:07:01
  1. 107
  2. 'Lord love you, sir, ' he said…
  3. 00:07:02
  1. 108
  2. Martin thought it rather strange…
  3. 00:06:55
  1. 109
  2. Then all the Norrises pressed round…
  3. 00:06:11
  1. 110
  2. He drew his arm through Martin's…
  3. 00:05:53
  1. 111
  2. In twelve or fifteen hours…
  3. 00:06:38
  1. 112
  2. Chapter 18
  3. 00:07:01
  1. 113
  2. Mr. Jonas was so very much amazed…
  3. 00:06:49
  1. 114
  2. Although he paused for a reply…
  3. 00:07:15
  1. 115
  2. 'It struck me that he was changed…'
  3. 00:07:34
  1. 116
  2. Chapter 19
  3. 00:05:51
  1. 117
  2. As she was by this time in a condition…
  3. 00:05:55
  1. 118
  2. The conclusion of this affecting narrative…
  3. 00:06:43
  1. 119
  2. Before it was possible that an answer…
  3. 00:05:45
  1. 120
  2. He lay at night upon a mattress on the floor…
  3. 00:06:19
  1. 121
  2. Mrs. Gamp had begun to make a suitable reply…
  3. 00:04:09
  1. 122
  2. So through the narrow streets…
  3. 00:05:27
  1. 123
  2. Chapter 20
  3. 00:06:49
  1. 124
  2. A question of philosophy arises here…
  3. 00:05:56
  1. 125
  2. 'To tell you the truth, Mr. Jonas…'
  3. 00:06:12
  1. 126
  2. 'Oh my goodness me!' cried the arch girl…
  3. 00:06:58
  1. 127
  2. Now whether Mr. Pecksniff had been listening…
  3. 00:08:15
  1. 128
  2. Chapter 21
  3. 00:05:53
  1. 129
  2. 'I looks at him tolerable hard…'
  3. 00:06:03
  1. 130
  2. Several other gentlemen had left their seats…
  3. 00:06:06
  1. 131
  2. 'Well!' he said, 'and you think…'
  3. 00:05:41
  1. 132
  2. At the sounding of a dismal gong…
  3. 00:06:24
  1. 133
  2. Each long black hair on his head…
  3. 00:07:31
  1. 134
  2. But here, at a most opportune and happy time…
  3. 00:07:37
  1. 135
  2. 'Thus, ' said the General, 'thus, my friends…'
  3. 00:06:23
  1. 136
  2. Chapter 22
  3. 00:05:25
  1. 137
  2. 'You wouldn't be unpop'lar…'
  3. 00:06:14
  1. 138
  2. 'Mr. Chuzzlewit, I believe?'
  3. 00:06:49
  1. 139
  2. Martin by degrees became so far awake…
  3. 00:05:50
  1. 140
  2. Chapter 23
  3. 00:06:08
  1. 141
  2. 'But I was thinking - '
  3. 00:06:17
  1. 142
  2. But many a man who would have stood…
  3. 00:05:09
  1. 143
  2. Their own land was mere forest…
  3. 00:06:11
  1. 144
  2. Chapter 24
  3. 00:04:50
  1. 145
  2. 'Pecksniff, ' he said after a pause…
  3. 00:04:25
  1. 146
  2. The old man gazed at him for a moment…
  3. 00:06:10
  1. 147
  2. 'And so, Mr. Pinch, ' said Martin…
  3. 00:04:49
  1. 148
  2. 'Come!' cried Tom, 'I see that you…'
  3. 00:07:13
  1. 149
  2. It must be acknowledged…
  3. 00:07:00
  1. 150
  2. 'I am told that he was at first supposed…'
  3. 00:07:03
  1. 151
  2. Chapter 25
  3. 00:07:13
  1. 152
  2. Mrs. Gamp made no response to Mr. Mould…
  3. 00:07:13
  1. 153
  2. 'And what's your news Mrs. Gamp?'
  3. 00:05:58
  1. 154
  2. As she turned into the yard…
  3. 00:06:48
  1. 155
  2. A young man - dark and not ill-looking…
  3. 00:06:10
  1. 156
  2. Mrs. Gamp awoke, and sat up…
  3. 00:06:14
  1. 157
  2. Chapter 26
  3. 00:05:13
  1. 158
  2. Just as he was turning into Holborn…
  3. 00:05:28
  1. 159
  2. Mr. Bailey spoke…
  3. 00:04:58
  1. 160
  2. 'Wishing you 'appiness and joy…'
  3. 00:05:39
  1. 161
  2. Chapter 27
  3. 00:06:14
  1. 162
  2. The secretary smiled again…
  3. 00:05:22
  1. 163
  2. 'The Anglo-Bengalee Disinterested Loan…'
  3. 00:07:22
  1. 164
  2. 'Bullamy!' said Mr. Tigg…
  3. 00:06:36
  1. 165
  2. The lunch was handsomely served…
  3. 00:07:10
  1. 166
  2. 'Mr. Montague, ' said Jobling, 'allow me…'
  3. 00:06:42
  1. 167
  2. 'Not such an old hand, either…'
  3. 00:07:41
  1. 168
  2. 'Then, ' said Tigg Montague, 'we grant annuities…'
  3. 00:06:40
  1. 169
  2. Chapter 28
  3. 00:07:08
  1. 170
  2. 'You're tolerably comfortable, I hope?'
  3. 00:06:27
  1. 171
  2. It was especially in his way and character…
  3. 00:06:02
  1. 172
  2. He was so far recovered…
  3. 00:06:37
  1. 173
  2. Chapter 29
  3. 00:06:03
  1. 174
  2. 'And here, ' continued Mrs. Gamp…
  3. 00:06:23
  1. 175
  2. The little barber having in his eager curiosity…
  3. 00:05:55
  1. 176
  2. 'Oh bless you, no!' said Mrs. Gamp…
  3. 00:05:57
  1. 177
  2. Chapter 30
  3. 00:05:41
  1. 178
  2. 'Wasn't I made a convenience of?'
  3. 00:06:22
  1. 179
  2. But how happened it…?
  3. 00:07:26
  1. 180
  2. 'I was saying, my dear sir, that I am afraid…'
  3. 00:07:02
  1. 181
  2. The summer weather…
  3. 00:07:08
  1. 182
  2. 'If you force me by your superior strength…'
  3. 00:04:50
  1. 183
  2. 'As to our own share in the precious…'
  3. 00:05:13
  1. 184
  2. Chapter 31
  3. 00:06:59
  1. 185
  2. 'I have dreaded sometimes, ' Tom continued…
  3. 00:07:09
  1. 186
  2. 'But what is he…?'
  3. 00:06:43
  1. 187
  2. He was in a curious frame of mind, Mr. Pecksniff…
  3. 00:06:55
  1. 188
  2. Oh, late-remembered, much-forgotten…
  3. 00:07:34
  1. 189
  2. Tom had meant to spare him…
  3. 00:06:05
  1. 190
  2. There were several people, young and old…
  3. 00:05:44
  1. 191
  2. Chapter 32
  3. 00:07:46
  1. 192
  2. Towards this most unhappy Moddle…
  3. 00:08:01
  1. 193
  2. Chapter 33
  3. 00:06:07
  1. 194
  2. 'How is it that you have come here?' asked the man…
  3. 00:05:47
  1. 195
  2. Glancing from his work out at the door…
  3. 00:05:04
  1. 196
  2. Mr. Chollop was a man of a roving disposition…
  3. 00:07:45
  1. 197
  2. 'Come out from under the blanket, sir, ' said Mark…
  3. 00:05:35
  1. 198
  2. It was long before he fixed the knowledge…
  3. 00:06:08
  1. 199
  2. Often at night when Mark and Martin were alone…
  3. 00:06:17
  1. 200
  2. Chapter 34
  3. 00:05:26
  1. 201
  2. In course of time, however, Mr. Pogram…
  3. 00:06:07
  1. 202
  2. The bell being rung for dinner at this moment…
  3. 00:06:26
  1. 203
  2. As the general evening meal of the house…
  3. 00:06:01
  1. 204
  2. A great bustle at the door…
  3. 00:07:00
  1. 205
  2. When at last it became necessary…
  3. 00:06:37
  1. 206
  2. When he and Martin met again…
  3. 00:03:30
  1. 207
  2. Chapter 35
  3. 00:06:16
  1. 208
  2. As Mr. Pecksniff passed…
  3. 00:05:48
  1. 209
  2. When he had made a kind of dirt-pie…
  3. 00:06:06
  1. 210
  2. Chapter 36
  3. 00:07:14
  1. 211
  2. It was a charming evening.
  3. 00:06:27
  1. 212
  2. The coachman was so earnest in his approval…
  3. 00:07:36
  1. 213
  2. Tom stepped from the little passage…
  3. 00:06:30
  1. 214
  2. Accordingly John Westlock took the French rolls…
  3. 00:05:50
  1. 215
  2. His cogitations were interrupted…
  3. 00:06:31
  1. 216
  2. 'So just, sir, ' said the gentleman…
  3. 00:06:19
  1. 217
  2. It was not until they had walked…
  3. 00:05:07
  1. 218
  2. Chapter 37
  3. 00:08:33
  1. 219
  2. An uneasy thought entered Tom's head…
  3. 00:04:56
  1. 220
  2. 'Come, come!' said Tom…
  3. 00:05:07
  1. 221
  2. When boarding-house accounts are balanced…
  3. 00:05:22
  1. 222
  2. Chapter 38
  3. 00:07:00
  1. 223
  2. Mr. Bailey, taking up his name without delay…
  3. 00:07:59
  1. 224
  2. 'Hallo!' said Jonas…
  3. 00:08:31
  1. 225
  2. Chapter 39
  3. 00:06:09
  1. 226
  2. 'What are you writing, Tom?' inquired his sister…
  3. 00:06:09
  1. 227
  2. 'Why, my goodness, John! How did you come in?'
  3. 00:05:54
  1. 228
  2. 'But the strangest part of the story, ' resumed John…
  3. 00:07:12
  1. 229
  2. They occupied the two chairs, and Mr. Fips…
  3. 00:06:49
  1. 230
  2. There were two rooms on that floor…
  3. 00:07:47
  1. 231
  2. It is astonishing how much three people…
  3. 00:02:54
  1. 232
  2. Chapter 40
  3. 00:06:01
  1. 233
  2. Mr. Fips, of Austin Friars, rather deepened…
  3. 00:06:09
  1. 234
  2. Even when they had left off…
  3. 00:07:05
  1. 235
  2. Tom and his sister glanced at each other…
  3. 00:05:51
  1. 236
  2. 'There are so many people, and so much motion…'
  3. 00:05:24
  1. 237
  2. Jonas maintained a dogged silence…
  3. 00:06:47
  1. 238
  2. Chapter 41
  3. 00:05:58
  1. 239
  2. 'I wish you to venture (it's a very safe venture)…'
  3. 00:05:53
  1. 240
  2. 'He know!' cried Jonas.
  3. 00:05:48
  1. 241
  2. Jonas not being in a condition to pursue…
  3. 00:05:55
  1. 242
  2. Chapter 42
  3. 00:06:18
  1. 243
  2. He uttered an involuntary exclamation…
  3. 00:07:19
  1. 244
  2. The travellers had opened the carriage door…
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  1. 245
  2. As it was clear that he was not to be moved…
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  2. Chapter 43
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  2. When Mr. Tapley stopped in these calculations…
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  2. She was so positive that there was nothing for it…
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  2. 'Well, but we know beforehand, ' returned the politic Mr. Tapley…
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  2. He hurriedly advanced to seize…
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  2. 'Upon that subject, ' said Martin…
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  2. 'Not a word?' said Martin, for the second time…
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  2. Martin looked with admiration on her glowing face…
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  2. Chapter 44
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  2. During this digression…
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  2. 'I could have wished, ' said Mr. Pecksniff…
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  2. It took so long to bring the subject to this…
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  2. Chapter 45
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  2. They found out Tom, though, quickly…
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  2. There are snug chambers in those Inns…
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  2. Ah, but it would have been a good thing…
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  2. Chapter 46
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  2. In furtherance of this bashful arrangement…
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  2. 'Walk up, pray, Mr. Pinch, ' said Miss Pecksniff…
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  2. With these words the worthy woman…
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  2. The old clerk, subsiding into his usual state…
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  2. As this excellent woman had been…
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  2. 'You have no cause to be violent, sir…'
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  2. For the moment only…
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  2. Leaving Mrs. Gamp in the act…
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  2. Chapter 47
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  2. Before he could retort or turn away…
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  2. As the sunlight died away, and evening fell…
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  2. But here were London streets again…
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  2. Chapter 48
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  2. Mr. Tapley was the first to resume his composure…
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  2. He was very much delighted…
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  2. Mr. Tapley nodded assent…
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  2. As he did not move or speak…
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  2. He stopped once more, and was silent…
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  2. Besides, there was the great difficulty…
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  2. Chapter 49
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  2. 'There! Now drat you, Betsey…'
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  2. At this juncture the little bell rang…
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  2. During this touching address, Mrs. Prig…
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  2. 'I'm a-goin', ma'am, ain't I?' said Mrs. Prig…
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  2. 'Never mind, ' said John.
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  2. Chapter 50
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  2. 'Tut, tut, ' said Tom, stopping her…
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  2. 'My dear, ' said Tom, 'I will repay your affection…'
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  2. 'No Mr. Fips's friend to-day, I suppose, ' thought Tom…
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  2. Chapter 51
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  2. Well! Where was she?
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  2. Jonas looked out of the window again…
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  2. 'I know that fellow, ' he said…
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  2. And now he heard the voice of his accomplice…
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  2. Poor Chuffey paused to dry his eyes again…
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  2. 'That is the man, ' said Nadgett.
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  2. Oh, miserable, miserable fool!
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  2. 'Now then, ' he added, turning hastily to Jonas…
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  2. Chapter 52
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  2. It was clear that Mark expected to be ordered…
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  2. He was quickly summoned to the door…
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  2. 'Hear me, rascal!' said Mr. Chuzzlewit…
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  2. Mr. Chuzzlewit resumed…
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  2. Mr. Pecksniff laid his hand upon his breast…
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  2. The whole of these proceedings were so agreeable…
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  2. 'I ask your pardon, ladies and gentlemen…'
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  2. Chapter 53
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  2. She sat down on the little sofa…
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  2. He had hardly time to say thus much…
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  2. Young Martin sat at the head of the table…
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  2. Chapter 54
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  2. He shook his head in doubt…
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  2. Old Martin gave his arm to the younger sister…
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  2. The door was thrown open at this juncture…
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  2. They thought as little of Miss Pecksniff…
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