Chapter 20-28 Great Expectations
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"Mr.Jaggers had duly sent me to this address;it was little Britain , and he had written after it on his card, "just off of Smithfield , and close by the Coach-office."
"The Pale Young gentlemen and I stood contemplating one another in Barnard's Inn, until we both burst out laughing."
"Wemmick's house was a little wooden cottage in the midst of plots of garden, and the top of it was cut out and painted like a battery mounted with guns."
"There was a bookcase in the room; I saw from the back of the books they were about evidence, criminal biography, trials, act of Parliament and such things."
"If I could have kept him away by paying money, I certainly would have paid money."
"At that time it was customary to carry convicts down to the dockyards by stage-coach."
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