Tell them I'm very grateful. Tell them- tell them they must never do this again. Times are too hard...
Miss Maudie's house
I simply want to tell you that there are some men in this world who were born to do our unpleasant jobs for us. Your father's one of them.
Jem, Scout and Dill go home from the court case. Jem starts crying because he is angry that Tom was convicted. Atticus doesn't even know why they convicted him, but he tells Jem that they have done it before, they did it tonight, and they will do it in the future.
Dill's Future Job
You got it backwards Dill. Clowns are sad, it's the folks that laugh at them.
The next morning, Atticus wakes up to Calpurnia serving chicken and vegetables. After Atticus asks where these were from, Calpurnia tells him that Tom's dad brought it to him that morning. After that, she asks if they were overstepping? Atticus replys with...
Bob Ewell Revenge
I'll get you even if it takes the rest of my life!
After breakfast, Dill, Jem, and Scout go outside. They go to Miss Maudie's house, and have a conversation with her about the case. She explains something by telling them this...
After they leave Miss Maudie's, Dill explains what he wants to be, when he gets older, a Clown. This was part of there conversation.
Well I'm gonna be a new kind of clown. I'm gonna stand in the middle of the ring and laugh at the folks. Just looka yonder, every one of 'em oughta be ridin' broomsticks, Aunt Rachel already does.
We find out at the end of the chapter that Mr. Ewell threatens Atticus by saying...