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1  'Oh no, they ain't,' said the officer.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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2  'Why, the gentleman's got him,' replied the officer.
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3  'He's not charged at all, your worship,' replied the officer.
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4  As the old officer knew him more and more, he grew to love him.
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5  'I think he really is ill, your worship,' remonstrated the officer.
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6  So saying, he smiled, approvingly: to calm the rising wrath of the indignant parish officer.
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7  'Where he can, your worship,' replied the officer; again pretending to receive Oliver's answer.
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8  'He says they died in his infancy, your worship,' replied the officer: hazarding the usual reply.
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9  'I never see such an out-and-out young wagabond, your worship,' observed the officer with a grin.
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10  'Oh no, I won't hurt him,' replied the officer, tearing his jacket half off his back, in proof thereof.
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11  The offence had been committed within the district, and indeed in the immediate neighborhood of, a very notorious metropolitan police office.
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12  When they arrived at the office, he was shut up in a little room by himself, and admonished by Mr. Bumble to stay there, until he came back to fetch him.
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13  Jem Spyers,' resumed the officer, 'for a long time said nothing at all, and listened to everything without seeming to, which showed he understood his business.
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14  The gentleman walked on with them by the officer's side; and as many of the crowd as could achieve the feat, got a little ahead, and stared back at Oliver from time to time.
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15  With these last words, the Dodger suffered himself to be led off by the collar; threatening, till he got into the yard, to make a parliamentary business of it; and then grinning in the officer's face, with great glee and self-approval.
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16  Mr. Monks is aware that I am not a young man, my dear, and also that I am a little run to seed, as I may say; bu he has heerd: I say I have no doubt Mr. Monks has heerd, my dear: that I am a very determined officer, with very uncommon strength, if I'm once roused.
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17  But, as neither of these criminals answered to the name of Oliver, or knew anything about him, Nancy made straight up to the bluff officer in the striped waistcoat; and with the most piteous wailings and lamentations, rendered more piteous by a prompt and efficient use of the street-door key and the little basket, demanded her own dear brother.
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