- 'Very nice animals, ma'am,' replied Mr. Bumble, approvingly; 'so very domestic.'Chapter 23 -- Which Contains the Substance of a Pleasant Conversation…. (63% in)
- There were assembled, in that lower house of the domestic parliament, the women-servants, Mr. Brittles, Mr. Giles, the tinker (who had received a special invitation to regale himself for the remainder of the day, in consideration of his services), and the constable.Chapter 30 -- Relates What oliver's New Visitors Thought of Him (65% in)
- At such times, a stranger, looking from one of the wooden bridges thrown across it at Mill Lane, will see the inhabitants of the houses on either side lowering from their back doors and windows, buckets, pails, domestic utensils of all kinds, in which to haul the water up; and when his eye is turned from these operations to the houses themselves, his utmost astonishment will be excited by the scene before him.Chapter 50 -- The Pursuit and Escape (10% in)
- ...lively summer group; I would follow her through the sultry fields at noon, and hear the low tones of her sweet voice in the moonlit evening walk; I would watch her in all her goodness and charity abroad, and the smiling untiring discharge of domestic duties at home; I would paint her and her dead sister's child happy in their love for one another, and passing whole hours together in picturing the friends whom they had so sadly lost; I would summon before me, once again, those joyous...Chapter 53 -- And Last (78% in)
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