By Charles Dickens
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But there’s more than that to be got in this world—especially here in London. There’s plenty of pockets to pick and rich women’s purses to snatch. There’s mail coaches and banks to rob! I’d like to get in with a gang of proper-looking men. That would suit me—if there was good profit. Oh, Charlotte, if we could only come upon some gentlemen of this sort! ” After Noah said this, he looked up and saw a stranger coming toward him. The stranger was Fagin. Noah was startled when the old man told him he had overheard what he’d just been saying.
Left to himself, Mr. Bumble acted very strangely. He opened a drawer and counted the silverware. He inspected a silver milk pot, checking to see if it was really silver. Then he put on his hat and danced around the table four times. Meanwhile, Mrs. Corney sat by old Sally’s bed. “Now listen to me,” said the dying woman. “It’s my last chance to confess! In this very bed,” Sally said, 34 Old Sally’s Story • 6 “I once nursed a pretty young woman. She gave birth to a boy and died. The thing is that I-I robbed her.
Then I could come proudly home to tell you it had all been won for you! But here and now—with no fame won—I offer you my heart. ” Rose was very pale. “You have always been kind and noble,” she said. “But there is a blot upon my name. If not for dear Mrs. Maylie, who has raised me as if I were her own child, I would be alone in this world. I have no real name, no family. Dear Harry, I would be like a great stone around your neck! I would hold you back from rising up in the world. So now I ask you to forget me.