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Once again, I am going to tell the story, or try to, just by the illustrations, here we go:



Marcus Stone


Title page [Lizzie Hexam looking into the flames]

James Mahoney



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Book 1 Chapter 1



"The Bird of Prey"

Marcus Stone



"Lizzie and Gaffer on the Thames"

James Mahoney



The Bird Of Prey

Sol Eytinge, Jr.


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Book 1 Chapter 2

"The Veneering Dinner"

Sol Eytinge, Junior


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Book 1 Chapter 3



"Show us a picture," said the boy. "Tell us where to look."

James Mahoney


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Book 1 Chapter 4




"Witnessing the Agreement"

Marcus Stone



"When it came to Bella's turn to sign her name, Mr. Rokesmith, who was standing, as he had sat, with a hesitating hand upon the table, looked at her stealthily but narrowly."

James Mahoney


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Book 1 Chapter 5


Mr. and Mrs. Boffin

Sol Eytinge Jr.




"Here you are again, "repeated Mr. Wegg, musing. "And what are you now?"

James Mahoney



"Mr. Boffin engages Mr. Wegg"

Felix O. C. Darley





Mr. Boffin and Silas Wegg

Harold Copping


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Book 1 Chapter 6



At the Bar

Marcus Stone



The Six Jolly Fellowship-Porters

Sol Eytinge





"After holding her to his breast with a passionate cry, he tool up his bundle and darted out at the door, with an arm across his eyes."

J. Mahoney


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Book 1 Chapter 7



Mr. Venus surrounded by the Trophies of his Art

Marcus Stone


Mr. Wegg and Mr. Venus in Consultation

Sol Eytinge



"You're casting your eye round the shop, Mr. Wegg. Let me show you a light."

James Mahoney


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Book 1 Chapter 9


The Boffin Progress
Marcus Stone



Mr. and Mrs. Boffin in consultation

James Mahoney



"That he knew it as well as she, she knew as well as he, when they were left together standing on the path by the garden-gate"

James Mahoney


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Book 1 Chapter 10


The Happy Pair

Marcus Stone


"She sits upon her stone, and takes no heed of him"

James Mahoney


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Book 1
Chapter 11


Podsnappery

Marcus Stone




Podsnappery
Sol Eytinge Jr.


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Book 1 Chapter 12


"Apparently one of the ghosts has lost his way, and dropped in to be directed. Look at this phantom."

James Mahoney


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Book 1 Chapter 13

"Waiting for Father"

Marcus Stone




"It was a little window of but four pieces of glass, and was not curtained; he chose it because the larger window near it was."

James Mahoney


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Book 1 Chapter 14


The Bird of Prey brought down

Marcus Stone


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Book 1 Chapter 15


"They had opened the door at the bottom of the staircase giving on the yard, and they stood in the sun-light, looking at the scrawl of two unsteady childish hands two or three steps up the staircase."

James Mahoney


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Book 1 Chapter 16


Mrs. Boffin discovers an Orphan

Marcus Stone


"Come here, Toddles and Poddles"

John Mahoney



Mrs. Higden, Sloppy, and the Innocents

Sol Eytinge


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Book 2 Chapter 1

Bradley Headstone and Charley Hexam

Sol Eytinge



Mr. Bradley Headstone, highly certificated stipendiary schoolmaster, drew his right fore-finger through one of the buttonholes of the boy's coat, and looked at it attentively.

James Mahoney


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Book 2 Chapter 2

"The Person of the House and the Bad Child"

Marcus Stone


The Person of the House and the Bad Child

Sol Eytinge Jr.



He stood leaning by the door at Lizzie's side

James Mahoney


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Book 2 Chapter 3


Bringing Him in

Marcus Stone



"One thing, however, that I can do for you, " says Tremlow; "and that is, work for you."
J. Mahoney


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Book 2 Chapter 4


"Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lammle"

Sol Eytinge, Jr.



"Ah! Here was Alfred. Having stolen in unobserved, he playfully leaned on the back of Sophronia's chair."

J. Mahoney


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Book 2 Chapter 5


The Garden on the Roof

Marcus Stone



Fledgeby and Riah

Sol Eytinge Jr.



Perched on the stool, with his hat cocked on his head, and one of his legs dangling, the youth of Fledgeby hardly contrasted to advantage with the age of the Jewish man as he stood
with his bare head bowed.


J. Mahoney




"Come up and be dead! Come up and be dead!"

J. Mahoney


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Book 2 Chapter 6


Forming The Domestic Virtues

Marcus Stone


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Book 2 Chapter 7


"Good-evening, Mr. Wegg. The yard-gate lock should be looked to, if you please; it don't catch."

James Mahoney






Silas Wegg

J. Clayton Clarke ("Kyd")


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Book 2 Chapter 8


"Pa's Lodger and Pa's Daughter"

Marcus Stone




"You never charge me, Miss Wilfer," said the Secretary, encountering her by chance alone in the great drawing-room, "with commissions for home. I shall always be happy to execute any commands you may have in that direction."

J. Mahoney



"Now, you may give me a kiss, Pa."

J. Mahoney


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Book 2 Chapter 9


Our Johnny

Marcus Stone



"A kiss for the Boofer Lady."

J. Mahoney


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Book 2 Chapter 11


"Meaning," returned the little creature, "Everyone of you but you. Hah! Now, look this lady in the face. This is Mrs. Truth. The Honourable. Full-dressed."

J. Mahoney


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Book 2 Chapter 12


"Miss Riderhood at Home"

Marcus Stone




"Rogue Riderhood and Miss Pleasant at Home"

Sol Eytinge Jr.



Riderhood Checkmated

Felix O. C. Darley




Outside the Seamen's Boarding House.

Harry Furniss




And now, as the man held out the bottle to fill all round, Riderhood stood up, leaned over the table to look closer at the knife, and stared from it to him.

J. Mahoney





Kyd (of course)


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Book 2 Chapter 13


"More Dead Than Alive"

Marcus Stone




John Harmon

Sol Eytinge Jr.



"Yet the cold was merciful, for it was the cold night air and the rain that restored me from a swoon on the stones of the causeway"

J. Mahoney


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Book 2 Chapter 14


The Boofer Lady

Marcus Stone


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Book 2 Chapter 15


A Friend in Need

Marcus Stone




"The dark look of hatred and revenge with which the words broke from his livid lips, and with which he stood holding out his smeared hand as if it held some weapon, and had just struck a mortal blow, made her so afraid of him that she turned to run away. But he caught her by the arm."

James Mahoney


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Book 2 Chapter 16



"Mrs. Lammle, on a sofa by the table, invites Mr. Twemlow's attention to a book of portraits in her hand"

James Mahoney


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Book 3 Chapter 1


It was an edifying spectacle, the young man in his easy-chair taking his coffee, and the old man, with his grey head bent, standing awaiting his pleasure.

James Mahoney


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Book 3 Chapter 2



Trying on for the Doll's Dressmaker

Marcus Stone



Jenny twisted her venerable friend aside to a brilliantly-lighted toy-shop window, and said: "Now look at 'em. All my work!"

James Mahoney



"It's summut run down in the fog."

James Mahoney



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Book 3 Chapter 3



Rogue Riderhood's Recovery

Marcus Stone


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Book 3 Chapter 4



"Oh, indeed, Sir! I fancy I can guess whom you think that's like." /i>

James Mahoney



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Book 3 Chapter 5



The Bibliomania of the Golden Dustman

Marcus Stone



Feigning to be intent on her embroidery, she sat plying her needle until her busy hand was stopped by Mrs. Boffin's hand being lightly laid upon it

James Mahoney


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Book 3 Chapter 6



The Dutch Bottle

Marcus Stone





"He can never be going to dig up that pole!" whispered Venus as they dropped low and kept close.

James Mahoney


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Book 3 Chapter 7



The Evil Genius of the House of Boffin

Marcus Stone





"There'll shortly be an end of you," said Wegg, threatening it with the hat-box. Your varnish is fading.

James Mahoney


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Book 3 Chapter 8



The Flight

Marcus Stone





"Lizzie Hexam very softly raised the weather-stained grey head, and lifted her as high as Heaven"

James Mahoney



"The end of a long Journey"

Felix O. C. Darley


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Book 3 Chapter 9



"So they walked, speaking of the newly filled-up grave, and of Johnny, and of many things"

James Mahoney


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Book 3 Chapter 10



Three-Penn'orth Rum

Marcus Stone




"Wrayburn and Lightwood"

Sol Eytinge Jr.


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Book 3 Chapter 12



Mr. Fledgeby Departs on His Errand of Mercy

Marcus Stone


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Book 3 Chapter13



"She shook that emphatic little forefinger of hers in his face at parting."


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Book 3 Chapter 14



"Mr. Wegg prepares a Grindstone for Mr. Boffin's Nose"

Marcus Stone




"Mr. Venus produced the document, holding on by his usual corner. Mr. Wegg, holding on by the opposite corner, sat down on the seat so lately vacated by Mr. Boffin, and looked it over."
James Mahoney


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Book 3 Chapter 15



Bella 'Righted' by the Golden Dustman

Marcus Stone





"You have been a pleasant room to me, dear room. Adieu! We shall never see each other again."

James Mahoney


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Book 3 Chapter 16



The Lovely Woman has her Fortune told

Marcus Stone




The Cherub and the Lovely Woman

Sol Eytinge





"The cherub, whose hair would have done for itself, under the influence of this amazing spectacle, what Bella had just done for it, staggered back into the window-seat from which he

had risen, and surveyed the pair with his eyes dilated to their utmost."


James Mahoney


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Book 3 Chapter 17



"After carefully reading the dingy scrap of paper handed to him, and as carefully tucking it into his waistcoat-pocket, Eugene tells out the money."

James Mahoney


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Book 4 Chapter 1



In the Lock-Keeper's House

Marcus Stone




Rogue Riderhood recognised his "T'Other Governor," Mr. Eugene Wrayburn

James Mahoney


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Book 4 Chapter 2



"There were actually tears? in the bold woman's eyes ? as the soft-headed and soft-hearted girl twined her arms about her neck"

James Mahoney


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Book 4 Chapter 4



The Wedding Dinner at Greenwich

Marcus Stone




A Runaway Match

James Mahoney


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