Disc 1 It was pretty late in the autumn Hark! said Miss Charity An old gentlemen and a young lady Mrs. Lupin repairing A long pause succeeded It happened on the fourth evening The meditations of Mr. Pecksniff that evening In their strong feeling on this point "I more than half believed, just now" You and I will get on excellently well It was the morning after the Installation Banquet You must know then Disc 2 Martin began to work at the grammar-school The rosy hostess scarcely needed When Mr. Pecksniff and the two young ladies M. Todgerss Commercial Boarding-House Todgerss was in a great bustle that evening Time and tide will wait for no man "It was disinterested too, in you" "Ah, cousin! he said" The delighted father applauded this sentiment Mr. Pecksniffs horse "John Westlock, who did nothing by halves" "Now, Mr. Pecksniff, said Martin at last" Disc 3 They jogged on all day "His first step, now he had a supply" For some moments Martin stood gazing Now I am going to America Among these sleeping voyagers were Martin and Mark Some trifling excitement prevailed They often looked at Martin as he read "Now, there had been at the dinner-table" Mr. Tapley appeared to be taking his ease But stay! cried Mr. Norris Change begets change. Although he paused for a reply Disc 4 Mankind is evil in its thoughts So through the narrow streets The prudent Cherry Uttering this apostrophe in a tone The knocking at Mr. Pecksniffs door "Now, Mark, my good fellow" As soon as it was generally known "Hallo, Pecksniff! cried Mr. Jonas" As he approached the first stile Her surprise was not diminished Here a knock was heard at the room door "As she turned into the yard, she stopped" Disc 5 The laws of sympathy between beards and birds "Mr. Bailey, Junior ? for the sporting character" "Mr. Montague, said Jobling. Allow me" "Mr. Montague, being left alone, pondered" It was the merry one herself Refreshment then arrived Old Martin Chuzzlewit had gradually undergone "Chancing to trip, in his abstraction" "One sultry afternoon, about a week after" "For some time, Tom wandered up and down" "Do you deny it, sir?" "When Mark Tapley, leaving Martin" Disc 6 After a long and lingering illness They were raising their glasses When at last he arrived outside Johns door "So just, sir, said the gentleman" I wonder you find any gratification Mr. Chuzzlewit was announced I am here much earlier than I intended "Why, hes gone! cried Tom" "By this time, Mrs. Gamp" The office of the Anglo-Bengalee I wish we had never started on this The company soon came tumbling out Disc 7 "My dear sir, cried Mr. Pecksniff" It was a special quality Tom Pinch and his sister On the next days official duties His wife had closed the door The day passed on. Tom Pinch and Ruth were sitting While these confidences were interchanged "Martin was so amazed, so shocked" At this juncture the little bell rang The little barber scratched his head "My dear girl, said Tom" Disc 8 The night had now come "Let no one leave the house, said Martin" Jonas listened with increased attention "Oh miserable, miserable fool" Old Martins cherished projects The last appointed footstep sounded Mr. Chuzzlewit resumed "Feeling, rather than seeing" "The old man looked about him, with a smile" "And there was Fips, old Fips of Austin Friars"
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