"Young Lady," said I, "Time presses"

Maurice Greiffenhagen

1898

Lithograph

12.7 by 8.9 cm, page 311, framed

Dickens's Hunted Down in the The Fireside Edition

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Passage realised: "I shall leave him, Mr. Sampson, very soon," said the young lady; "I know my life is drawing to an end; and when I am gone, I hope he will marry and be happy. I am sure he has lived single so long, only for my sake, and for my poor, poor sister's." [continued below]

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