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1  Mr. Sowerberry came down soon after.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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2  'Well,' said Mrs. Sowerberry, sharply.
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3  Shortly afterwards, Mrs. Sowerberry appeared.
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4  'Nothing, my dear, nothing,' said Mr. Sowerberry.
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5  'No one else, Mr. Sowerberry,' replied the beadle.
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6  'Not at all, my dear,' said Mr. Sowerberry humbly.
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7  The board presented it to me on Newyear's morning, Mr. Sowerberry.
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8  'Oh, don't tell me what you were going to say,' interposed Mrs. Sowerberry.
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9  Here, there was another hysterical laugh, which frightened Mr. Sowerberry very much.
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10  As Mrs. Sowerberry said this, she gave an hysterical laugh, which threatened violent consequences.
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11  Mr. Sowerberry was much tickled at this: as of course he ought to be; and laughed a long time without cessation.
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12  Here, Charlotte,' said Mr. Sowerberry, who had followed Oliver down, 'give this boy some of the cold bits that were put by for Trip.
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13  Then come with me,' said Mrs. Sowerberry: taking up a dim and dirty lamp, and leading the way upstairs; 'your bed's under the counter.
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14  It at once reduced Mr. Sowerberry to begging, as a special favour, to be allowed to say what Mrs. Sowerberry was most curious to hear.
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15  'I say you'll make your fortune, Mr. Sowerberry,' repeated Mr. Bumble, tapping the undertaker on the shoulder, in a friendly manner, with his cane.
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16  Mrs. Sowerberry emerged from a little room behind the shop, and presented the form of a short, then, squeezed-up woman, with a vixenish countenance.
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17  Mr. Sowerberry was a tall gaunt, large-jointed man, attired in a suit of threadbare black, with darned cotton stockings of the same colour, and shoes to answer.
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18  'You'll make your fortune, Mr. Sowerberry,' said the beadle, as he thrust his thumb and forefinger into the proffered snuff-box of the undertaker: which was an ingenious little model of a patent coffin.
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19  As Mr. Sowerberry said this, with the becoming indignation of an ill-used man; and as Mr. Bumble felt that it rather tended to convey a reflection on the honour of the parish; the latter gentleman thought it advisable to change the subject.
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20  Mr. Bumble had been despatched to make various preliminary inquiries, with the view of finding out some captain or other who wanted a cabin-boy without any friends; and was returning to the workhouse to communicate the result of his mission; when he encountered at the gate, no less a person than Mr. Sowerberry, the parochial undertaker.
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