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1  Which this to you the true friend say.
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Get Context   In Chapter IX
2  Identity of Mr. Pip and friend confessed.
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3  Herbert was my intimate companion and friend.
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4  Lookee here, Pip, at what is said to you by a true friend.
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5  "Now, I have asked you a question, my friend," said Mr. Jaggers.
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6  "No, my dear friend," said he, when he had recovered wind for speech.
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7  Mr. Jaggers presided, Estella sat opposite to him, I faced my green and yellow friend.
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8  But my dear young friend," said Mr. Pumblechook, "you must be hungry, you must be exhausted.
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9  "Never mind what I make it, my friend," observed Mr. Jaggers, with a knowing and contradictory toss of his head.
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10  Rather alarmed by this summary action, I was for a little delay, and even hinted that our friend himself might be difficult to deal with.
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11  I clutched the leg of the table again immediately, and pressed it to my bosom as if it had been the companion of my youth and friend of my soul.
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12  My dear friend," said Mr. Pumblechook, taking me by both hands, when he and I and the collation were alone, "I give you joy of your good fortune.
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13  Having despatched The Avenger to the coffee-house for an addition to the dinner, I felt that I must open my breast that very evening to my friend and chum.
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14  The fear of losing Joe's confidence, and of thenceforth sitting in the chimney corner at night staring drearily at my forever lost companion and friend, tied up my tongue.
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15  "Yes, yes, my friend," cried Mr. Jaggers, waving his forefinger to stop me as I made a show of protesting: "it's likely enough that you think you wouldn't, but you would."
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16  As I watched them while they all stood clustering about the forge, enjoying themselves so much, I thought what terrible good sauce for a dinner my fugitive friend on the marshes was.
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17  I murmured "Certainly," and Mr. Pumblechook took me by both hands again, and communicated a movement to his waistcoat, which had an emotional appearance, though it was rather low down, "My dear young friend, rely upon my doing my little all in your absence, by keeping the fact before the mind of Joseph."
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