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1  'There is no other,' said the doctor.
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2  'Just as I expected, Mrs. Bedwin,' said the doctor.
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3  The doctor appeared much of the same opinion himself.
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4  'He can't live a week, the doctor says,' pursued Mr. Bumble.
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5  'No,' said the doctor, with a very shrewd and satisfied look.
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6  The doctor was absent, much longer than either he or the ladies had anticipated.
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7  'I heard the doctor tell them I was dying,' replied the child with a faint smile.
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8  Why, that would not be an extraordinary thing, under the circumstances,' replied the doctor; 'though I don't think he is.
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9  Now,' said the doctor, in a whisper, as he softly turned the handle of a bedroom-door, 'let us hear what you think of him.
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10  The old lady made a respectful inclination of the head, which seemed to say that she thought the doctor was a very clever man.
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11  'This is a very extraordinary thing, Mrs. Maylie,' said the doctor, standing with his back to the door, as if to keep it shut.
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12  I know the doctor must be right, Oliver, because I dream so much of Heaven, and Angels, and kind faces that I never see when I am awake.
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13  Then I think it is necessary,' said the doctor; 'at all events, I am quite sure that you would deeply regret not having done so, if you postponed it.
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14  The doctor, after tasting the cool stuff, and expressing a qualified approval of it, hurried away: his boots creaking in a very important and wealthy manner as he went downstairs.
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15  With many loquacious assurances that they would be agreeably surprised in the aspect of the criminal, the doctor drew the young lady's arm through one of his; and offering his disengaged hand to Mrs. Maylie, led them, with much ceremony and stateliness, upstairs.
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16  She soon returned, with the direction that the wounded person was to be carried, carefully, upstairs to Mr. Giles's room; and that Brittles was to saddle the pony and betake himself instantly to Chertsey: from which place, he was to despatch, with all speed, a constable and doctor.
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17  The doctor seemed expecially troubled by the fact of the robbery having been unexpected, and attempted in the night-time; as if it were the established custom of gentlemen in the housebreaking way to transact business at noon, and to make an appointment, by post, a day or two previous.
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