Mr. Pinch and The New Pupil on a Social Occasion

Mark Begins to be Jolly Under Creditable Circumstances

Phiz (Hablot K. Browne)

March 1843


"'Good-by'e one, good-by'e all' cried Mark, waving his hat on the top of his walking-stick. "Hearty chaps them wheelwrights — hurrah! And Mr, Pinch a-going to his organ — good-by'e, sir! I'm uncommon jolly. Not quite as jolly as I could wish to be but very near" — Chapter 7

Dickens's Martin Chuzzlewit

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