1 Much as the Aged is one person, and Mr. Jaggers is another.
2 When that person discloses, my part in this business will cease and determine.
3 When that person discloses, it will not be necessary for me to know anything about it.
4 I suppose he was about five-and-twenty, but he usually spoke of himself as an ancient person.
5 Little Alick in a frock has already made arrangements for his union with a suitable young person at Kew.
6 When that person discloses," said Mr. Jaggers, straightening himself, "you and that person will settle your own affairs.
7 I am empowered to mention that it is the intention of the person to reveal it at first hand by word of mouth to yourself.
8 That person is the person from whom you derive your expectations, and the secret is solely held by that person and by me.
9 You are to understand, first, that it is the request of the person from whom I take my instructions that you always bear the name of Pip.
10 He had prepared a collation for me in the Barnwell parlor, and he too ordered his shopman to "come out of the gangway" as my sacred person passed.
11 You do it, and you never dare to say a word or dare to make a sign concerning your having seen such a person as me, or any person sumever, and you shall be let to live.
12 Yet I do not call to mind that I was ever in my earlier youth the subject of remark in our social family circle, but some large-handed person took some such ophthalmic steps to patronize me.
13 Your acceptance of it, and your observance of it as binding, is the only remaining condition that I am charged with, by the person from whom I take my instructions, and for whom I am not otherwise responsible.
14 The fact was, that when the five hundred pounds had come into my pocket, a thought had come into my head which had been often there before; and it appeared to me that Wemmick was a good person to advise with concerning such thought.
15 The watchmaker, always poring over a little desk with a magnifying-glass at his eye, and always inspected by a group of smock-frocks poring over him through the glass of his shop-window, seemed to be about the only person in the High Street whose trade engaged his attention.
16 The noble boy in the ancestral boots was inconsistent, representing himself, as it were in one breath, as an able seaman, a strolling actor, a grave-digger, a clergyman, and a person of the utmost importance at a Court fencing-match, on the authority of whose practised eye and nice discrimination the finest strokes were judged.
17 In some of her looks and gestures there was that tinge of resemblance to Miss Havisham which may often be noticed to have been acquired by children, from grown person with whom they have been much associated and secluded, and which, when childhood is passed, will produce a remarkable occasional likeness of expression between faces that are otherwise quite different.
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