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It was the one grain of relief I had. A diamond all set round with rubies; that's a gentleman's, I hope! Look at your linen; fine and beautiful! Look at your clothes; better ain't to be got! And your books too," turning his eyes round the room, "mounting up, on their shelves, by hundreds!
And you read 'em; don't you? I see you'd been a reading of 'em when I come in. Ha, ha, ha! You shall read 'em to me, dear boy! And if they're in foreign languages wot I don't understand, I shall be just as proud as if I did. Again he took both my hands and put them to his lips, while my blood ran cold within me. You ain't looked slowly forward to this as I have; you wosn't prepared for this, as I wos. But didn't you never think it might be me? Never a soul in it but my own self and Mr.
And, dear boy, how good looking you have growed! There's bright eyes somewheres — eh? Isn't there bright eyes somewheres, wot you love the thoughts on? Not that a gentleman like you, so well set up as you, can't win Round Midnight - Thelonious Monk Quartet* - Misterioso off of his own game; but money shall back you! Let me finish wot I was a- telling you, dear boy. From that there hut and that there hiring-out, I got money left me by my master which died, and had been the same as meand got my liberty and went for myself.
In every single thing I went for, I went for you. As I giv' you to understand just now, I'm famous for it. It was the money left me, and the gains of the first few year wot I sent home to Mr. Jaggers — all for you — when he first come arter you, agreeable to my letter. O, that he had never come! That he had left me at the forge — far from contented, yet, by comparison happy! The blood horses of them colonists might fling up the dust over me as I was walking; what do I say?
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