"The time was to come, when that wine too would be spilled on the street-stones, and when the stain of it would be red upon many there."
Miss Defarge knitting
"But it is your weakness that you sometimes need to see your victim and your opportunity, to sustain you."
“The figures of a horse and a rider came slowly through the eddying mist."
Jerry grave robbing
Wine spills from the Defarge's wine shop. the peasants who are starved rush to drink from it. The wine spill is a reference to the revolution. It forshadows the blood that will be spilled. It also shows how the revolution has caused commoners to suffer.
Carton confesses his love for Lucie.
Miss Defarge would knit people to be executed. Her and her husband are leading the revolution. They own the wine shops that the book begins with. This knitting foreshadows how she acts toward the minettes later on in the book.
Dr. Manette in the tower.
The Evermonds are to be executed.
Jerry Cruter works for the bank. He grave robs in the night to support his family. Jerry is known for not treating his wife well. He claims she prays against him.
Carton switches with Darnay
I'm doing this for lucie
Carton is seemingly depressed. He is also a drunk. He looks exactly like Lucie's future husband. In this scene Carton shows his love for Lucie and tells her what his will do to protect her.
I don't deserve you.
Dr. Manette was thrown into the North Tower of the Bastille in France. He was sent there recently after trying to help a family with a medical problem. But Dr. Manette had no idea why he was being accused of something he didn't do nor did he even know. The Doctor only knows who put him in there, the St. Evremonde family.
Carton sneeks into the prison, drugs Darnary, has John Barsad carry Darnay to the carriage where his family awaits, and they escape. All while Carton switches places with Darnay just to make Lucie happy and devote his true love by sacrificing his own life for Lucie. This was foreshadowed earlier in the book when Carton confessed his love for Lucie.