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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • …worthy, he has reason to believe, has actually consulted authorities learned in the law, as to his having good grounds on which to rest an action for libel; another, has meditated a journey to London, for the express purpose of committing an assault and battery on his traducer; a third, perfectly remembers being waited on, last January twelve-month, by two gentlemen, one of whom held him in conversation while the other took his likeness; and, although Mr. Squeers has but one eye, and…

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  • He is accused of assault and battery.
  • And the officer wants to arrest him for assault and battery because the man hugs him!
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