1 They are having a regular confab together up at the Bank.
2 I call him our light porter, because I belong to the Bank too.
3 The Bank offered no violence to the wholesome monotony of the town.
4 Upon which, misled no doubt by the word Banker, he directed me to the Bank.
5 In reference to the Bank robbery, there has been a mistake made, concerning my mother.
6 Mrs. Sparsit sat in her afternoon apartment at the Bank, on the shadier side of the frying street.
7 With this impression of her interesting character upon her, Mrs. Sparsit considered herself, in some sort, the Bank Fairy.
8 He had overstayed his hour in the street outside the Bank, on each of the two first evenings; and nothing had happened there, good or bad.
9 The townspeople who, in their passing and repassing, saw her there, regarded her as the Bank Dragon keeping watch over the treasures of the mine.
10 The robbery at the Bank had not languished before, and did not cease to occupy a front place in the attention of the principal of that establishment now.
11 The deaf serving-woman was rumoured to be wealthy; and a saying had for years gone about among the lower orders of Coketown, that she would be murdered some night when the Bank was shut, for the sake of her money.
12 On the fourth day, Rachael, with unabated confidence, but considering her despatch to have miscarried, went up to the Bank, and showed her letter from him with his address, at a working colony, one of many, not upon the main road, sixty miles away.
13 Knowing that your clear head would propose that alternative, I have gone over the calculations in my mind; and I find that to compound a felony, even on very high terms indeed, would not be as safe and good for me as my improved prospects in the Bank.
14 But when the phenomenon was enhanced by the notoriety and mystery by this time associated all over the town with the Bank robbery, it would have lured the stragglers in, with an irresistible attraction, though the roof had been expected to fall upon their heads.
15 The bank had foreclosed a mortgage effected on the property thus pleasantly situated, by one of the Coketown magnates, who, in his determination to make a shorter cut than usual to an enormous fortune, overspeculated himself by about two hundred thousand pounds.
16 The member of the fluffy classes was injured, exasperated, left the house grumbling, met somebody who proposed to him to go in for some share in this Bank business, went in, put something in his pocket which had nothing in it before, and relieved his mind extremely.
17 During the whole term of this recess from the guardianship of the Bank, Mrs. Sparsit was a pattern of consistency; continuing to take such pity on Mr. Bounderby to his face, as is rarely taken on man, and to call his portrait a Noodle to its face, with the greatest acrimony and contempt.
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