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‘I sold myself,’ said Mr. Bumble, pursuing the same train of relection, ‘for six teaspoons, a pair of sugar-tongs, and a milk-pot; with a small quantity of second-hand furniture, and twenty pound in money. I went very reasonable. Cheap, dirt cheap!’
Mr Bumble finally married Mrs. Corney. But the outcome was not expected. He did not become more rich, nor was he able to achieve his goal.
"As he spoke, he pushed a couple of sovereigns across the table, to his companion, carefully, as though unwilling that the clinking of money should be heard without. When Mr. Bumble had scrupulously examined the coins, to see that they were genuine, and had put them up, with much satisfaction in his waistcoat pocket, he went on:"
Mr and Mrs. Bumble plot with Monks on acquiring money by using Oliver. In exchange for information, Monks pays Mr. Bumble.
This quote reveals the fact that Justice was blind in this event. Mr and Mrs. Bumble were convicted for plotting with Monks. Justice did not turn a blind eye because Mr and Mrs. Bumble were in a higher class.
"Mr. and Mrs. Bumble, deprived of their situations, were gradually reduced to great indigence and misery, and finally became paupers in that very same workhouse in which they had once lorded it over others."
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