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Title Page - different editions by Robert Seymour



Titlepage




Title page



Robert Seymour





Design suggested by R. Buss for the title-page but never used.


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Frontispiece - different editions


By T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller





By Thomas Sibson

Illustrated wrapper enclosing "Sibson's Sketches of Expeditions from the Pickwick Club." January 1, 1836





Mr. Pickwick Addresses the Club

Frontispiece

Chapter 1

Robert Seymour


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Mr. Pickwick Addresses The Pickwick Club

Chapter 1

Phiz




The Pickwick Club

Chapter 1

Sol Eytinge Jr.



Mr. Pickwick Addresses the Club

Chapter 1

Harold Copping




Mr. Pickwick

Chapter 1

Thomas Nast



The Pickwick Club

Chapter 1

Thomas Nast



Mr. Pickwick addressing the club

Chapter 1

Thomas Nast


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The Pugnacious Cabman

Robert Seymour




Facsimile of the original sketch.



The Sagacious Dog

Chapter 2

Robert Seymour




Dr. Slammer's Defiance [of Jingle]

Chapter 2

Robert Seymour



Facsimile of the original sketch.




Facsimile of the water-colour drawing by Phiz of his version of Seymour's etching. The above version was executed, in later years, by Phiz, to supply the place of the original design by Seymour which the publishers had not retained.


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Such was the individual on whom Mr. Pickwick Gazed Through His Spectacles."

Chapter 2

William Heath



"Not the Man!"

Chapter 2

William Heath




Pictures picked from The Pickwick Papers

Chapter 2

Alfred Crowquill





"Come on," said the cab-driver, sparring away like clockwork. "Come on — all four of you."

Chapter 2

Phiz


Seymour's illustration:





What! Introducing his friend?

Chapter 2

Phiz



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The Dying Clown

Chapter 3

Robert Seymour



On the etching of this subject, the last executed by his hand for "Pickwick", the artist was engaged shortly before his suicide, April 20th, 1836. The drawing bears a stain, said to be his blood. (I'm glad I can't see it.)



Facsimile of the artist's last sketch as amended, with the attitude of the "Dismal Man" and the "Dying Clown", modified at Dickens's request.



The Dying Clown

Phiz



Restrain Him! Cried Mr. Snodgrass

Chapter 3

William Heath



"Mr. Snodgrass Seized His Revered Leader By The Coat Tail, and Dragged Him Backward."

Chapter 3

Thomas Nast


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Mr. Pickwick in Chase of his Hat

Chapter 4

Robert Seymour



Facsimile of Seymour's original drawing




Mr. Pickwick at the Review"

Chapter 4

Robert Buss



"Mr. Winkle Soothes the Refractory Steed"/>

Chapter 5

Robert Seymour



What Makes Him Go Sideways?" said Mr. Snodgrass in the Bin to Mr. Winkle

Chapter 5

William Heath



Pages from Pickwick

Chapter 5

Frank Reynolds




Blowed if the Gen'm'n worn't a gettin' up on the Wrong Side!

Chapter 5

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller



"Bless my Soul!" Exclaimed The Agonized Mr. Pickwick, "There's the Other Horse Running Away!"

Chapter 5

Thomas Nast



The horse no sooner behold Mr. Pickwick advancing with the chaise whip in his hand, & c.

Chapter 5

Phiz

1874



The Runaway Chaise

Robert Seymour



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"Pictures picked from "The Pickwick Papers"

Chapter 6

Alfred Crowquill




Miss Wardle and Her Nieces

Chapter 6

Sol Eytinge



"The Cricket Match - Dingley Dell Against All Muggleton"

Chapter 7

Robert Buss



Mr. Winkle's First Shot

Chapter 7

Phiz



"Bless My Soul, I Declare I Forgot The Cap!"

Chapter 7

William Heath



"Mr. Winkle Instead of Shooting at the Pigeon and Killing the Crow, shot at the Crow and Wounded the Pigeon."

Chapter 7

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller



"Mr. Winkle's Rook Shooting."

Thomas Sibson

Chapter 7

Racy Sketches of Expeditions from the Pickwick Club

1838


"To Describe the Confusion That Ensued Would be Impossible"

Chapter 7

Thomas Nast



There was a scream as of an individual — not a rook — in corporeal anguish. Mr. Tupman had saved the lives of innumerable unoffending birds by receiving a portion of the charge in his left arm.

Chapter 7

Phiz



Mr. Wardle looked on, in silent wonder

Chapter 7

Phiz



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The Fat Boy Awake on this Occasion Only."

Chapter 8

Robert Buss




The Fat Boy Awake Again

Chapter 8

Phiz




The Fat Boy Awake

Chapter 8

Harold Copping



"He knows nothing of what has happened," he whispered."

Chapter 8

Thomas Nast





Mr. Tupman looked round. There was the fat boy.

Chapter 8

Phiz



Mr. Pickwick and his Friends under the Influence of the Salmon

Chapter 8

Robert Buss



"Wardle and his Friends Under the Influence of the Salmon"

Chapter 8

Phiz




"Hurra!" Echoed Mr. Pickwick, taking off his hat and dashing it on the floor, and insanely casting his spectacles into the middle of the kitchen."

Chapter 8

Thomas Nast




"Mr. Jingle Fell On His Knees, Remained Thereupon For Five Minutes Thereafter, and Rose The Accepted Lover, Etc."

Chapter 8

William Heath




Mr. Jingle's Conquest

Chapter 8

Thomas Sibson



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The Breakdown

Chapter 9

Phiz




The Breakdown

Chapter 9

Robert Buss




"Mr. Winkle, Take your hands off. Mr. Pickwick, let me go, Sir!"

Chapter 9

Thomas Nast




The First Appearance of Sam Weller

Chapter 10

Phiz




Ask Number Twenty-Two Vether He'll Have Them Nowm or Vait till He Gets 'Em?"

Chapter 10

William Heath




"Is this the room?" Murmured the little gentleman. Sam nodded assent.

Chapter 10

Thomas Nast


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You Wouldn't Mind Selling It Now?

Chapter 11

William Heath




God bless me, what's the matter?

Chapter 11

Phiz



I Killed Her. I Am A Madman. Down With You, Blood, Blood, I will Have It!

Chapter 11

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller



Mrs. Bardell faints in Mr. Pickwick's arms

Chapter 12

Phiz -1838




Phiz -1836




he too, will have a companion,’

Chapter 12

Thomas Nast




Take this little villain away, said the agonised Mr. Pickwick.

Chapter 12

Phiz



The Election at Eatanswill

Chapter 13

Phiz





The Election

Chapter 13

Thomas Sibson



"He's Kissing 'Em All!"

Chapter 13

Thomas Nast




He has come out," said little Mr. Perker, greatly excited; the more so as their position did not enable them to see what was going forward.

Chapter 13

Phiz

1874 Household Edition


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The chair was an ugly old gentleman; and what was more, he was winking at Tom Smart

Chapter 14

Phiz

1874 Household Edition




A Most Extraordinary Change Seemed To Come Over It

Chapter 14

Thomas Nast

1873 Household Edition




Tom Smart and the Chair

Chapter 14

Original design for The Pickwick Papers

John Leech (age of 19)



What the Devil are You Winking At Me For?

Chapter 14

William Heath




Pictures picked from "The Pickwick Papers"

Chapter 14

Alfred Crowquill



Chapter 14

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller



Tom! Said the Old Gentleman, 'The Widow's a Fine Woman - Remarkably Fine Woman - Eh, Tom?'

Chapter 14

The Pickwick Illustrations

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller


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The heroic man actually threw himself into a paralytic attitude, confidently supposed by the two bystanders to have been intended as a posture of self-defence

Chapter 15

Phiz

1873





"Come on, Sir!" Replied Mr. Pickwick

Chapter 15

Thomas Nast





"Sir, Said Mr. Tupman, 'You're a Fellow!"

'Sir, Said Mr. Pickwick, 'You're Another!"


Chapter 15

William Heath





Mrs. Leo Hunter's Party

Chapter 15

Sol Eytinge




Permit me to introduce my friends - Mr. Tupman - Mr. Winkle - Mr. Snodgrass

Chapter 15

Phiz





Mrs. Leo Hunter's Fancy-Dress Dejeuner

Chapter 15

Phiz


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The Unexpected Breaking Up of the Seminary for Young Ladies

Chapter 16

Phiz



Mr. Alfred Jingle. — Job Trotter

Chapter 16

Sol Eytinge




"‘How was it you worn’t one of us, last night?’ inquired Sam, scrubbing his face with the towel. ‘You seem one of the jolly sort—looks as conwivial as a live trout in a lime basket,’ added Mr. Weller, in an undertone."

Chapter 16

William Heath



That Immortal Gentleman Completely Over The Wall

Chapter 16

Thomas Nast




Mr. Weller was dispelling all the feverish remains of the previous evening's conviviality,.....when he was attracted by the appearance of a young fellow in mulberry-coloured livery

Chapter 16

Phiz





The door was just going to be closed in consequence, when an inquisitive boarder, who had been peeping between the hinges, set up a fearful screaming.

Chapter 16

Phiz




Mr. Pickwick Stepped Out Of The Closet, And Found Himself In The Presence Of The Whole Establishment of Westgate House."

Chapter 16

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller


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Old Lobbs gave it one tug, and open it flew, disclosing Nathaniel Pipkin standing bolt upright inside, and shaking with apprehension from head to foot.

Chapter 17

Phiz



"Sir!" exclaimed Mr. Windle, starting from his chair.

Chapter 18

Thomas Nast



"What,' said Mr. Pott solemly, 'what rhymes to tinkle, villain?"

Chapter 18

William Heath




Mr. Winkle

Chapter 19

Thomas Nast



Making a Point — "What's the matter with the dogs' legs?"

Chapter 19

Felix O. C. Darley




‘Where are they!’ said Mr. Winkle, in a state of the highest excitement, turning round and round in all directions. ‘Where are they? Tell me when to fire. Where are they—where are they?’

Chapter 19

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller





‘Weal pie,’ said Mr. Weller, soliloquising, as he arranged the eatables on the grass.

Chapter 19

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller




Mr. Pickwick in the Pound

Chapter 19

Phiz




"Who are you, you rascal?" said the captain, administering several pokes to Mr. Pickwick's body with the thick stick. "What's your name?"

Chapter 19

Phiz




"Who are you, you rascal?"

Chapter 19

Thomas Nast




"Who are you, rascal?" said the captain.

Chapter 19

William Heath



Mr. Pickwick in The Pound

Chapter 19

Harold Copping


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Mr. Pickwick and Sam in the Attorney's Office

Chapter 20

Phiz




"You just come avay," said Mr. Weller. "Battledore and Shuttlecock's a wery good game, vhen you an't the shuttlecock and two lawyers the battledores."

Chapter 20

Phiz




<"Pray do it, sir!"

Chapter 20

Thomas Nast




Messrs. Dodson and Fogg

Chapter 20

Sol Eytinge



‘You just come away,’ said Mr. Weller. ‘Battledore and shuttlecock’s a wery good game, vhen you ain’t the shuttlecock and two lawyers the battledores, in which case it gets too excitin’ to be pleasant.

Chapter 20

T. Onwhyn



The Last Visit of Heyling to the Old Man

Chapter 21

Phiz




You are very right, sir, said the Ghost politely, It never struck me till now.

Chapter 21

T. Onwhyn and S. Weller




"Heyling!" said the old man wildy. "My boy, Heyling, my dear boy, look, look!" Gasping for breath, the miserable father pointed to the spot where the young man was struggling for life.

Chapter 21

Phiz



The old Man's tale about the Queer Client<./i>

Chapter 21

Unknown artist



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Sam Weller and his Father

Chapter 22

Harold Copping





She’s been gettin’ rayther in the Methodistical order lately

Chapter 22

Thomas Nast



I first gave him two or three for himself, and then two or three more to hand over to the man with the red nose, and walked away.

Chapter 22

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller




Sammy, help your master up to the box

Chapter 22

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller






Standing before the dressing-glass was a middle-aged lady in yellow curl-papers, busily engaged in brushing what ladies call their "back hair."

Chapter 22

Phiz





The Middle-Aged Lady in the Double-Bedded Room

Chapter 22

Phiz




"Wretch," said the lady.

Chapter 22

Thomas Nast



I am exceedingly sorry, Ma'am, said Mr. Pickwick.

Chapter 22

William Heath



Pickwick's Mistake

Chapter 22

Alfred Crowquill


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"Wery good power O' suction, Sammy!"

Chapter 23

William Heath




Sam Weller Saluting His Father

Chapter 23

Thomas Sibson




Mr. Weller Attacks the Executive of Ipswich

Chapter 24

Phiz - 1836





Mr. Pickwick no sooner put on his spectacles, than he at once recognised in the future Mrs. Magnus the lady into whose room he had so unwarrantably intruded on the previous night.

Chapter 24

Phiz





"What is the meaning of this, sir?"

Chapter 24

Thomas Nast




"A compliment which Mr. Weller returned by knocking him down out of hand: having previously, with the utmost consideration, knocked down a chairman for him to lie upon.
Chapter 24

Phiz



"Law, replied Mr. Grummer, 'Law, civil power, and exekative; them's my titles; here's my authority."

Chapter 24

William Heath



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Job Trotter encounters Sam in Mr. Muzzle's kitchen

Chapter 25

Phiz 1836




The kitchen door opened, and in walked Mr. Job Trotter

Chapter 25

Phiz




"Well, now, " said Sam

Chapter 25

Thomas Nast



Mr. Nupkins's Court

Chapter 25

Sol Eytinge, Jr.




"What prevents me,' said Mr. Nupkins, with magisterial dignity, as Job was brought in, 'What prevents me from detaining these men as rougues and impostors!"

Chapter 25

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller




Captain Fitz-Marshall unmasked.

Chapter 25

Thomas Sibson





The First Passage In Mr. Samuel Weller's First Love

Chapter 25

John Gilbert





"I suppose you've heard what's going forward, Mr. Weller?" said Mrs. Bardell.

Chapter 26

Thomas Nast



Mrs. Bardell and friends

Chapter 26

Sol Eytinge, Jr.


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‘Governor in?’ inquired Sam, in reply to the question.

Chapter 27

Thomas Nast - 1874 Household Edition




Preparations for Supper — A plate of hot buttered toast. —

Chapter 27

Felix O. C. Darley



The Rev. Mr. Stiggins and Mrs. Weller

Chapter 27

Sol Eytinge, Jr.





Pictures picked from 'The Pickwick Papers'

Alfred Crowquill

Chapter 27





Christmas Eve at Mr. Warfle's

Chapter 28

Phiz - 1836





Sam looked at the Fat Boy with great astonishment

Chapter 28

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition




Before Mr. Pickwick distinctly knew what was the matter, he was surrounded by the whole body, and kissed by every one of them

Chapter 28

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition



Chapter 28

Thomas Nast - 1874 American Household Edition




Blindman's Bluff

Chapter 28

William Heath




The Goblin and the Sexton

Chapter 29

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition



His eyes rested on a form that made his blood run cold.

Chapter 29

Thomas Nast





And now, ' said the Goblin King, 'Show the man of misery and gloom a few of the pictures from our own storehouse'

Chapter 29

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller




A Grave in the Churchyard.

Chapter 29

Joseph Grego



The Story of the Goblins who Stole a Sexton

Chapter 29

Joseph Grego


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Mr. Pickwick Slides

Chapter 30

Phiz - 1836





I wish you'd let me bleed you

Chapter 30

Phiz





Mr. Pickwick . . . . went slowly and gravely down the slide, with his feet about a yard and a quarter apart, amidst the gratified shouts of all the spectators

Chapter 30

Phiz - Household Edition (1874)




I wish you'd let me bleed you.

Chapter 30

Thomas Nast




Went slowly and gravely down the slide with his feet about a yard and a quarter apart.

Chapter 30

Thomas Nast




A large mass of ice disappeared.

Chapter 30

Thomas Nast






Mr. Winkle on the ice

Chapter 30

Frank Reynolds



A face, head, and shoulders, emerged from beneath the water, and disclosed the features and spectacles of Mr. Pickwick

Chapter 30

Cecil Aldin




Mr. Pickwick returning from the ice

Chapter 30

Pickwick Pictures





Grand carouse in honour of Mr. Pickwick's escape from the ice.

Chapter 30

John Gilbert


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The first Interview with Mr. Serjeant Snubbin

Chapter 31

Phiz - 1837



Very good plant', replied Jackson, ' but it won't do.

Chapter 31

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller



A little fierce woman bounced into the room, all in a tremble with passion, and pale with rage

Chapter 32

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition





The Valentine

Chapter 33

Phiz - 1837





With a countenance greatly mollified by the softening influence of tobacco, requested him to "fire away."

Chapter 33

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition




The particular picture upon which Sam Weller's eyes were fixed.

Chapter 33

Thomas Nast




"Meeting of the Lane Branch of U. G. J. E. T. A."

Chapter 33

Sol Eytinge Jr.




Brother Tadger, Sir, said Mr. Stiggins, suddenly increasing in ferocity, and turning sharp round on the little man in drab shorts, 'You are drunk, sir.'"

Chapter 33

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller





The Trial

Chapter 34

Phiz


An admonitory gesture from Perker restrained him, and he listened to the learned gentleman's continuation with a look of indignation

Chapter 34

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition




No, I don't, my Lord," replied Sam, staring right up into the lantern in the roof of the court.

Chapter 34

Thomas Nast




Then having drawn on his gloves with great nicety.

Chapter 34

Thomas Nast


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Captain Dowler

Chapter 35

Sol Eytinge Jr.


Are you going to Bath? said the strange man.

Chapter 35

Charles Edmund Brock




The Card-room at Bath

Chapter 35

Phiz - 1837



"Poor Mr. Pickwick! He had never played with three thorough-paced female card-players before"

Chapter 35

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition




Having Taken a Short Walk Through The City

Chapter 35

Thomas Nast

1874 Household Edition




Mr. Winkle's Situation when the Door 'blew-to'

Chapter 36

Phiz - 1837




"He no sooner heard the horrible threat of the valorous Dowler, than he bounced out of the sedan"

Chapter 36

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition




Packed up a few necessaries ready for flight.

Chapter 36

Thomas Nast




Mr. Weller and Mrs. Craddock .... 'here's a letter for you'

Chapter 37

Charles Edmund Brock




Mr. Tuckle, dressed out with the cocked-hat and stick, danced the frog hornpipe among the shells on the table

Chapter 37

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition




The Swarry

Chapter 37

Sol Eytinge Jr.


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Conviviality at Bob Sawyer's

Chapter 38

Phiz - 1837




Mr. Bob Sawyer's boy.....peeped through the glass door, and thus listened and looked on at the same time

Chapter 38

Phiz

1874 - Household Edition




"Bless my soul, every body says, 'Somebody taken suddenly ill! Sawyer, late nockemorf, sent for!"

Chapter 38

Thomas Nast - 1874 Household Edition




"Unlock that door, and leave this room immediately, Sir," said Mr. Winkle.

Chapter 38

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition



Mr. Bob Sawyer and Mr. Ben Allen

Chapter 38

Sol Eytinge, Jr.




"My dear," said Mr. Pickwick, looking over the wall, and catching sight of Arabella on the other side. "Don't be frightened, my dear,k 'tis only me."

Chapter 39

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition




"Lor Do Adun, Mr. Weller!"

Chapter 39

Thomas Nast





"Don't Be Longer Than You Can Conveniently Help, Sir. You're Rather Heavy."

Chapter 39

Thomas Nast


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Mr. Pickwick sits for his Portrait

Chapter 40

Phiz - 1837



Mr. Pickwick sitting for his portrait

Chapter 40

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition




With this, the speaker snatched that article of dress from Mr. Pickwick's head

Chapter 41

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition





"Come on - Both of you - Both of you!"

Chapter 41

Thomas Nast



Mivins and Smangle

Chapter 41

Sol Eytinge Jr. - 1867





Mr. Smangle

Chapter 41

John Gilbert



The Discovery of Jingle in the Fleet

Chapter 42

Phiz - 1837




Letting his hat fall on the floor, he stood perfectly fixed and immovable with astonishment

Chapter 42

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition




Sam, having been formally introduced . . . . as the offspring of Mr. Weller, of the Belle Savage, was treated with marked distinction

Chapter 43

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition




"Do you always smoke after you goes to bed, old cock?" inquired Mr. Weller of his land-lord, when they had both retired for the night.

Chapter 44

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition


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The Red-Nosed Man Discourseth

Chapter 45

Phiz - 1837



Mr. Stiggins, getting on his legs as well as he could, proceeded to deliver an edifying discourse for the benefit of the company

Chapter 45

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition





Mr. Stiggins raised his hands and turned up his eyes

Chapter 45

Thomas Nast



In the Same Place

Chapter 45

Felix O. C. Darley -1861





Mrs. Bardell encounters Mr. Pickwick in the Prison

Chapter 46

Phiz - 1837




Mrs. Bardell screamed violently; Tommy roared; Mrs. Cluppins shrunk within herself, and Mrs. Sanders made off without more ado

Chapter 46

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition





Mr. Winkle Returns under extraordinary Circumstances

Chapter 47

Phiz - 1837



Mr. Pickwick could scarcely believe the evidence of his own senses

Chapter 47

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition



Mr. Pickwick Leaving the Fleet

Chapter 47

Sir John Gilbert


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The Ghostly Passengers in the Ghost of a Mail

Chapter 49

Phiz - 1837




These attentions were directed, not towards him, but to a young lady, who just then appeared at the foot of the steps

Chapter 49

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition



Story of the Bagman's Uncle

Chapter 49

T. Onwhyn and Sam Weller




The Bagman's Story

Chapter 49

Sir John Gilbdert





The story of the Bagman's uncle

Chapter 48

Joseph Grego




The Story of the Bagman's Uncle

Chapter 49

Joseph Grego




The Story of the Bagman's Uncle

Chapter 49

Joseph Grego



The Story of the Bagman's Uncle

Chapter 49

Joseph Grego



The Bagman's Uncle"

Chapter 49

Joseph Grego


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Mr. Bob Sawyer's Mode of Travelling

Chapter 50

Phiz - 1837




Mr. Bob Sawyer was seated: not in the dickey, but on the roof of the chaise

Chapter 50

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition





Suddenly aware that he was in the presence of a stranger, Mr. Ben Allen advanced

Chapter 50

Phiz - 1874 Household edition




The Rival Editors

Chapter 51

Phiz - 1837





Snatching up a meal-sack, effectually stopped the conflict by drawing it over the head and shoulders of the mighty Potter

Chapter 51

Phiz . Household Edition (1874)




Tony Weller ejects Mr. Stiggins

Chapter 52

Phiz - 1837




It was a still more exciting spectacle to behold Mr. Weller . . . . . immersing Mr. Stiggins's head in a horse-trough full of water, and holding it there until he was half suffocated

Chapter 52

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition





Resumes his kicking with greater agility than before

Chapter 52

Thomas Nast - 1874 Household Edition


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I saw insolent familiarity, Sir," said Mr. Pickwick, turning upon Fogg with a fierceness of gesture which caused that person to retreat

Chapter 53

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition




Mary and the Fat Boy

Chapter 54

Phiz - 1837




I say, how nice you look!

Chapter 54

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition



Will you have some of this? said the Fat Boy

Chapter 54

Thomas Nast - 1874 Household Edition




The Fat Boy

Chapter 54

Sol Eytinge - 1867 Diamond Edition



Mr. Weller and his friends drinking to Mr. Pell

Chapter 55

Phiz - 1837




The mottled-faced gentleman reviewed the company, and slowly lifted his hand!

Chapter 55

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition



Old Weller and The Coachmen

Sol Eytinge - 1867 Diamond Edition



The words were scarcely out of the old gentleman's lips, when footsteps were heard ascending the stairs

Chapter 56

Phiz - 1874 Household Edition



All I can say is just you keep it until I ask you for it again

Chapter 56

Thomas Nast - 1874 Household Edition (American)




Chapter 57

Mr. Snodgrass

Thomas Nast - 1874 Household Edition


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The End

Thomas Nast - 1874 Household Edition


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Portrait of Charles Dickens as Americans Saw Him in 1867-68

Sol Eytinge - 1867 Diamond Edition

The portrait appeared in Dickens's The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club in the Ticknor and Fields (Boston, 1867) Diamond Edition, facing the title-page.


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Thomas Nast - 1874 Household Edition"


Makes me wonder if Pickwick and Sam are doing their photo-op crossing Abbey Road. :-)


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