Frontispiece (published in serial with the last number) (July 1844)

Vignette Title-Page (published in serial with the last number) A New Pupil, Chapter 2 (July 1844)

1. I. A. Meekness of Mr. Pecksniff and His Charming Daughters (January 1843), Chapter 2

2. I. B. Martin Chuzzlewit Suspects The Landlady Without Any Reason (January 1843), Chapter 3

3. II. A. Pleasant Little Family Party at Mr. Pecksniff's (February 1843), Chapter 4

4. II. B. Pinch Starts Homeward with The New Pupil (February 1843), Chapter 5

5. III. A. Mr. Pinch and The New Pupil on a Social Occasion (March 1843), Ch. 6

6. III. B. Mark Begins to be Jolly Under Creditable Circumstances (March 1843), Chapter 7

7. IV. A. Mrs. Todgers and The Pecksniffs Call Upon Miss Pinch (April 1843), Chapter 9

8. IV. B. Truth Prevails, and Virtue is Triumphant (April 1843), Chapter 10

9. V. A. Mr. Jonas Chuzzlewit Entertains his Cousins (May 1843), Chapter 11

10. V. B. Mr. Pecksniff Renounces the Deceiver (May 1843), Chapter 12

11. VI. A. Martin Meets an Acquaintance at the House of a Mutual Relation (June 1843), Chapter 13

12. VI. B. Mr. Tapley Acts Third Party With Great Discretion (June 1843), Ch. 14

13. VII. A. Mr. Jefferson Brick Proposes an Appropriate Sentiment (July 1843), Chapter 16

14. VII. B. Mr. Tapley Succeeds in Finding a Jolly Subject for Contemplation (July 1843), Chapter 17

15. VIII. A. The Dissolution of a Partnership (August 1843), Chapter 18

16. VIII. B. Mr. Pecksniff on his Mission (August 1843), Chapter 19

17. IX. A. The Thriving City of Eden as it Appeared on Paper (September 1843), Chapter 21

18. IX. B. The Thriving City of Eden as it Appeared in Fact (September 1843), Chapter 23

19. X. A. Balm for the Wounded Orphan (October 1843), Chapter 24

20. X. B. Mrs. Gamp Has Her Eye on the Future (October 1843), Chapter 26

21. XI. A. The Board (November 1843), Chapter 27

22. XI. B. Easy Shaving (November 1843), Chapter 29

23. XII A. Mr. Pecksniff Discharges a Duty Which He Owes to Society (December 1843), Chapter 31

24. XII. B. Mr. Moddle is Both Particular and Peculiar in his Attentions (December 1843), Chapter 32

25. XIII. A. Mr. Tapley is Recognised by Some Fellow-Citizens of Eden (January 1844), Chapter 33

26. XIII. B. Martin is Much Gratified by an Imposing Ceremony (January 1844), Chapter 35

27. XIV. A. Mr. Pinch Departs to Seek His Fortune (February 1844), Chapter 36

28. XIV. B. Mr. Nadgett Breathes, as Usual, an Atmosphere of Mystery (February 1844), Chapter 38

29. XV. A. Mr. Pinch and Ruth Unconscious of a Visitor (March 1844), Chapter 39

30. XV. B. Mysterious Installation of Mr. Pinch (March 1844), Chapter 39

31. XVI. A. Mr. Jonas Exhibits his Presence of Mind (April 1844), Chapter 42

32. XVI. B. Mr. Pecksniff Announces Himself as the Shield of Virtue (April 1844), Chapter 43

33. XVII. A. Mr. Moddle is Led to the Contemplation of his Destiny (May 1844), Chapter 46

34. XVII. B. Mrs. Gamp Makes Tea (May 1844), Chapter 46

35. XVIII. A. Mrs. Gamp Propoges a Toast (June 1844), Chapter 49

36. XVIII. B. Mr. Pinch is Amazed by an Unexpected Apparition (June 1844), Chapter 50

37. XIX-XX. Warm Reception of Mr. Pecksniff by His Venerable Friend (July 1844), Chapter 52

38. XIX-XX. The Nuptials of Miss Pecksniff receive a temporary check (July 1844), Chapter 54.

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