1 My pleasure 'ull be fur to see him do it.'
2 Dear boy, I ain't come so fur, not fur to be low.
3 I am not a going fur to tell you my life like a song, or a story-book.
4 "Which he warn't strong enough, my dear, fur to be surprised," said Joe.
5 I've come to the old country fur to see my gentleman spend his money like a gentleman.
6 He set up fur a gentleman, this Compeyson, and he'd been to a public boarding-school and had learning.
7 Biddy," pursued Joe, "when I got home and asked her fur to write the message to you, a little hung back.
8 Miss Sarah," said Joe, "she have twenty-five pound perannium fur to buy pills, on account of being bilious.
9 In her furred travelling-dress, Estella seemed more delicately beautiful than she had ever seemed yet, even in my eyes.
10 I ain't made Pip a gentleman, and Pip ain't a going to make you a gentleman, not fur me not to know what's due to ye both.
11 Without further interruption, we reached the front office, where we found the clerk and the man in velveteen with the fur cap.
12 So fur as I could find, there warn't a soul that see young Abel Magwitch, with us little on him as in him, but wot caught fright at him, and either drove him off, or took him up.
13 I began to say that I hoped I was not interrupting, when the clerk shoved this gentleman out with as little ceremony as I ever saw used, and tossing his fur cap out after him, left me alone.
14 And so I swear it is Death," said he, putting his pipe back in his mouth, "and Death by the rope, in the open street not fur from this, and it's serious that you should fully understand it to be so.
15 But they were both happily relieved by the opportune appearance of Mike, the client with the fur cap and the habit of wiping his nose on his sleeve, whom I had seen on the very first day of my appearance within those walls.