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  • I have always liked the quaintness of the church and congregation; besides, I know the Tuckers: I shall go into their pew.
    Book 5 — The Dead Hand (40% in)
  • But he was still left alone in it when the congregation had assembled.
    Book 5 — The Dead Hand (41% in)
  • The curate's pew was opposite the rector's at the entrance of the small chancel, and Will had time to fear that Dorothea might not come while he looked round at the group of rural faces which made the congregation from year to year within the white-washed walls and dark old pews, hardly with more change than we see in the boughs of a tree which breaks here and there with age, but yet has young shoots.
    Book 5 — The Dead Hand (41% in)
  • The congregation had been used to seeing Will at church in former days, and no one took much note of him except the choir, who expected him to make a figure in the singing.
    Book 5 — The Dead Hand (41% in)
  • ...had naturally had an especial wish that the new clergyman should be one whom he thoroughly approved; and he believed it to be a chastisement and admonition directed to his own shortcomings and those of the nation at large, that just about the time when he came in possession of the deeds which made him the proprietor of Stone Court, Mr. Farebrother "read himself" into the quaint little church and preached his first sermon to the congregation of farmers, laborers, and village artisans.
    Book 5 — The Dead Hand (87% in)
  • Then came the moment of transition; it was with the sense of promotion he had when he, an orphan educated at a commercial charity-school, was invited to a fine villa belonging to Mr. Dunkirk, the richest man in the congregation.
    Book 6 — The Widow and Wife (80% in)

There are no more uses of "congregation" in Middlemarch.

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