He had had another Pinch of Snuff in his Hand

Maurice Greiffenhagen

1898

Lithograph

12.1 by 8.1 cm, page 321, framed

Dickens's Hunted Down in the The Fireside Edition

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Passage realised: "But see here," said Beckwith, never looking away, never raising his voice, never relaxing his face, never unclenching his hand. "See what a dull wolf you have been, after all! The infatuated drunkard who never drank a fiftieth part of the liquor you plied him with, but poured it away, here, there, [continued below]

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