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1  The letter was signed Trabb & Co.
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Get Context   In Chapter XXXIV
2  I got your letter and destroyed it.
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3  As to the first letter of that lawyer's name now.
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4  I had had load enough upon my mind before the receipt of this strange letter.
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5  I leaned over Joe, and, with the aid of my forefinger read him the whole letter.
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6  That, coming on Wemmick's letter and the morning's busy preparation, turned the scale.
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7  I received this letter by the post on Monday morning, and therefore its appointment was for next day.
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8  As I thought that I might compromise him if I went too often to the Castle, I made this communication by letter.
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9  He appeared to me to have obscurely hinted in his letter at some distant idea he had of seeing you in England here.
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10  On a Monday morning, when Herbert and I were at breakfast, I received the following letter from Wemmick by the post.
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11  One night I was sitting in the chimney corner with my slate, expending great efforts on the production of a letter to Joe.
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12  There was no indispensable necessity for my communicating with Joe by letter, inasmuch as he sat beside me and we were alone.
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13  I had fallen into my serene state one evening, when we heard a letter dropped through the slit in the said door, and fall on the ground.
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14  A letter, under date Portsmouth, from a colonist of the name of Provis, asking for the particulars of your address, on behalf of Magwitch.
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15  On opening the outer door of our chambers with my key, I found a letter in the box, directed to me; a very dirty letter, though not ill-written.
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16  Much of my unassisted self, and more by the help of Biddy than of Mr. Wopsle's great-aunt, I struggled through the alphabet as if it had been a bramble-bush; getting considerably worried and scratched by every letter.
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17  It is so difficult to become clearly possessed of the contents of almost any letter, in a violent hurry, that I had to read this mysterious epistle again twice, before its injunction to me to be secret got mechanically into my mind.
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