1 A safe thing for you, Doolittle.
2 The floor is yours, Mr. Doolittle.
3 I beg your pardon, Miss Doolittle.
4 Ask Miss Doolittle to come down, please.
5 Pickering sits down in Doolittle's place.
6 I feel sure we have met before, Miss Doolittle.
7 Doolittle: either you're an honest man or a rogue.
8 Doolittle: you have brought your daughter up too strictly.
9 There's a dustman downstairs, Alfred Doolittle, wants to see you.
10 Well, I'm very glad you're not going to do anything foolish, Mr. Doolittle.
11 Go upstairs and tell Miss Doolittle that Mr. Henry and the Colonel are here.
12 Mr. Doolittle: will you be so good as to step out on the balcony for a moment.
13 But, my dear Mr. Doolittle, you need not suffer all this if you are really in earnest.
14 I think you ought to know, Doolittle, that Mr. Higgins's intentions are entirely honorable.
15 Doolittle, much troubled, accompanies her to the door; then hesitates; finally turns confidentially to Higgins.
16 Alfred Doolittle is an elderly but vigorous dustman, clad in the costume of his profession, including a hat with a back brim covering his neck and shoulders.
17 Now did you or did you not write a letter to him to say that the most original moralist at present in England, to the best of your knowledge, was Alfred Doolittle, a common dustman.
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