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Chapter XXIV The Evening of a Long Daylocked

  • Charles Dickens

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That illustrious man, and great national ornament, Mr. Merdle, continued his shining course. It began to be widely understood that one who had done society the admirable service of making so much money out of it, could not be suffered to remain a commoner....

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