Mrs. Gamp Propoges a Toast

Mrs. Gamp Propoges a Toast

Phiz (Hablot K. Browne)

June 1844

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"Betsey," said Mrs. Gamp, filling her own glass, and passing the teapot, "I will now propoge a toast. My frequent pardner, Betsey Prig!"

"Which, altering the name to Sairah Gamp; I drink," said Mrs. Prig "with love and tenderness." — Chapter 49

Dickens's Martin Chuzzlewit

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