Mr. Jonas Exhibits his Presence of Mind

Mr. Jonas Exhibits his Presence of Mind

Phiz (Hablot K. Browne)

April 1844

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Montague was lying senseless on the road when Jonas ran to the horses' heads; and, pulling at their bridles, set them struggling and plunging with such violence as brought their hoofs at every effort nearer to the skull of the prostrate man.— Chapter 42

Dickens's Martin Chuzzlewit

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