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1  Mrs. Micawber was quite as elastic.
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2  'At about eight,' said Mr. Micawber.
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3  'This is Mr. Micawber,' said Mr. Quinion to me.
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4  Mr. Micawber,' said Mr. Quinion, 'is known to Mr. Murdstone.
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5  At the appointed time in the evening, Mr. Micawber reappeared.
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6  My address,' said Mr. Micawber, 'is Windsor Terrace, City Road.
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7  Mr. Micawber's difficulties were an addition to the distressed state of my mind.
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8  There were two other children; Master Micawber, aged about four, and Miss Micawber, aged about three.
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9  I cannot satisfy myself whether she told me that Mr. Micawber had been an officer in the Marines, or whether I have imagined it.
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10  Mr. Micawber's difficulties are almost overwhelming just at present,' said Mrs. Micawber; 'and whether it is possible to bring him through them, I don't know.
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11  If Mr. Micawber's creditors will not give him time,' said Mrs. Micawber, 'they must take the consequences; and the sooner they bring it to an issue the better.
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12  This baby was one of twins; and I may remark here that I hardly ever, in all my experience of the family, saw both the twins detached from Mrs. Micawber at the same time.
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13  In my forlorn state I became quite attached to the family, and used to walk about, busy with Mrs. Micawber's calculations of ways and means, and heavy with the weight of Mr. Micawber's debts.
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14  It was nothing at all unusual for Mr. Micawber to sob violently at the beginning of one of these Saturday night conversations, and sing about jack's delight being his lovely Nan, towards the end of it.
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15  I never thought,' said Mrs. Micawber, when she came up, twin and all, to show me the apartment, and sat down to take breath, 'before I was married, when I lived with papa and mama, that I should ever find it necessary to take a lodger.
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16  I washed my hands and face, to do the greater honour to his gentility, and we walked to our house, as I suppose I must now call it, together; Mr. Micawber impressing the name of streets, and the shapes of corner houses upon me, as we went along, that I might find my way back, easily, in the morning.
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17  I never can quite understand whether my precocious self-dependence confused Mrs. Micawber in reference to my age, or whether she was so full of the subject that she would have talked about it to the very twins if there had been nobody else to communicate with, but this was the strain in which she began, and she went on accordingly all the time I knew her.
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