"Look there! Those are the lights of London."
"What is this?" inquired one of the magistrates. n— "A pick-pocketing case, Your. Worship."
When she was about the same distance in advance as she had been before, he slipped quietly down. . . ."
He moved, backward, towards the door: dragging the dog with him.
And creeping over the tiles, looked over the low parapet.
"Do you know this young lady, sir?"
He sat down on a stone bench opposite the door.
Sikes, with Oliver's hand still in his, softly
approached the low porch
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“James Mahoney,” Encyclopedia of Irish and World Art. Viewed 1 September 2010.