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" A MOB is usually a creature of very mysterious existence, particularly in a large city. Where it comes from or whither it goes, few men can tell. Assembling and dispersing with equal suddenness, it is as difficult to follow to its various sources as the... "
Barnaby Rudge - Pągina 371
per Charles Dickens - 1908 - 653 pągines
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Master Humphrey's Clock, Parts 1-88

Charles Dickens - 1840 - 426 pągines
...goes, few men can tell. Assembling and dispersing with equal suddenness, it is as difficult to follow to its various sources as the sea itself; nor does...terrible when roused, more unreasonable, or more cruel. MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK. and were eagerly bent upon the work of devastation in Duke Street and Warwick...
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Master Humphrey's Clock: The old curiosity shop

Charles Dickens - 1841 - 426 pągines
...goes, few men can tell. Assembling and dispersing with equal suddenness, it is as difficult to follow to its various sources as the sea itself; nor does the parallel stop here, for tho ocean is not more fickle and uncertain, more terrible when roused, more unreasonable, or more cruel....
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Charles Dickens's works. Charles Dickens ed. [18 vols. of a 21 vol. set ...

Charles Dickens - 1868
...goes, few men can tell. Assembling and dispersing with equal suddenness, it is as difficult to follow to its various sources as the sea itself ; nor does...who were boisterous at Westminster upon the Friday moroing, and were eagerly bent upon the work of devastation in Duke-street and Warwickstreet at night,...
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Pickwick papers. Barnaby Rudge. Sketches by Boz

Charles Dickens - 1868
...uncertain, more terrible when roused, more unreasonable, or more cruel. The peuple who were boisterous ni Westminster upon the Friday morning-, and were eagerly...and Warwick Street at night, were, in the mass, the вате. Allowing for the chance accessions of which any crowd ie morally sure in a town where there...
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A Cyclopedia of the Best Thoughts of Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens - 1873 - 564 pągines
...dispersing with equal suddenness, it is as difficult to follow to its various sources as the sea itself; nnr does the parallel stop here, for the ocean is not...terrible when roused, more unreasonable, or more cruel. Barnaty Rudge, Chap. 52. If OB— Shout with the larg-est . " Slumkey for ever ! " echoed Mr. Pickwick,...
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Barnaby Rudge: And Edwin Drood

Charles Dickens - 1880 - 837 pągines
...goes, few men can tell. Assembling and dispersing with equal suddenness, it is as difficult to follow to its various sources as the sea itself ; nor does...were eagerly bent upon the work of devastation in Duke-street and Warwick-street at night, were, in the mass, the same. Allowing for the chance accessions...
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Mystery of Edwin Drood

Charles Dickens - 1881 - 1051 pągines
...goes, few men can tell. Assembling and dispersing with equal suddenness, it is as difficult to follow to its various sources as the sea itself; nor does...were eagerly bent upon the work of devastation in Duke-street and Warwick-street at night, were, in the mass, the same. Allowing for the chance accessions...
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The Honourable Henry Erskine: Lord Advocate for Scotland with Notices of ...

Alexander Fergusson, Lady Elizabeth Cust - 1882 - 564 pągines
...goes, few men can tell. Assembling and dispersing with equal suddenness, it is as difficult to follow to its various sources as the sea itself. Nor does...more fickle and uncertain, more terrible when roused, or more unreasonable, or more cruel." All this Lord George Gordon found to his cost. When the masses...
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The Honourable Henry Erskine: Lord Advocate for Scotland with Notices of ...

Alexander Fergusson, Lady Elizabeth Cust - 1882 - 564 pągines
...goes, few men can tell. Assembling and dispersing with equal suddenness, it is as difficult to follow to its various sources as the sea itself. Nor does...more fickle and uncertain, more terrible when roused, or more unreasonable, or more cruel." All this Lord George Gordon found to his cost. When the masses...
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The Fireside Dickens: A Cyclopedia of the Best Thoughts of Charles Dickens ...

Charles Dickens - 1883 - 564 pągines
...goes, few men can tell. Assembling and dispersing with equal suddenness, it is as difficult to follow to its various sources as the sea itself; nor does...terrible when roused, more unreasonable, or more cruel. Barnaby Rudge, Chap. 52. MOB—Shout with the largest. " Slumkey for ever!" echoed Mr. Pickwick, taking...
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