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Henry Fielding: Tom Jones (Unabridged)

37:48:27
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Book One, Chapter One

6:45
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Book One, Chapter Two

5:06
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Book One, Chapter Three

4:44
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When Mrs. Deborah returned into the room…

4:16
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Book One, Chapter Four

7:51
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Book One, Chapter Five

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Book One, Chapter Six

5:16
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Their envy did not, however, display itself openly…

4:52
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Book One, Chapter Seven

4:00
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'Can any pleasure compensate these evils?'

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Jenny now lifted her eyes from the ground…

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Book One, Chapter Eight

6:24
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Book One, Chapter Nine

5:25
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Book One, Chapter Ten

5:04
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As sympathies of all kinds are apt to beget love…

4:50
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Book One, Chapter Eleven

6:13
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To deal plainly with the reader…

5:03
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Book One, Chapter Twelve

3:32
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The doctor accused Mr. Allworthy of too great lenity…

5:11
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Book One, Chapter Thirteen

7:07
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Book Two, Chapter One

5:19
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Book Two, Chapter Two

5:15
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Book Two, Chapter Three

4:44
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Thus it happened to Mrs. Partridge…

4:29
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Book Two, Chapter Four

5:51
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Nothing can be so quick and sudden as the operations of the mind…

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Book Two, Chapter Five

4:23
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I have thought it somewhat strange, upon reflection…

4:42
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Mr. Allworthy answered, 'He could not dispute with the captain…'

4:48
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Book Two, Chapter Six

6:52
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Here, reader, I beg your patience a moment…

4:34
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Whether Partridge repented or not…

4:06
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Book Two, Chapter Seven

4:56
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One situation only of the married state…

5:52
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Book Two, Chapter Eight

4:25
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Book Two, Chapter Nine

5:09
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These two doctors, whom, to avoid any malicious applications…

6:01
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Book Three, Chapter One

4:54
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Book Three, Chapter Two

3:33
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To say the truth, some of that atrocious wickedness in Jones…

4:34
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At his return home, Tom was presently convened before Mr. Allworthy.

5:54
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Book Three, Chapter Three

7:03
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Book Three, Chapter Four

7:29
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Book Three, Chapter Five

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When this story became public…

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Having, therefore, determined to commit these boys…

3:27
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Book Three, Chapter Six

5:41
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Whether Mrs. Blifil had been surfeited…

4:11
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Book Three, Chapter Seven

4:48
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Book Three, Chapter Eight

5:25
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Book Three, Chapter Nine

6:45
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Book Three, Chapter Ten

6:46
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Book Four, Chapter One

7:46
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Book Four, Chapter Two

4:59
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Her cheeks were of the oval kind…

3:28
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Book Four, Chapter Three

6:40
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Book Four, Chapter Four

3:51
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'And if they had been hanged…'

4:24
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Book Four, Chapter Five

4:56
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Sophia, with the highest degree of innocence and modesty…

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It was Mr. Western's custom every afternoon…

3:49
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Book Four, Chapter Six

5:42
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That the reader may be no longer in suspense…

6:17
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Book Four, Chapter Seven

2:40
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Book Four, Chapter Eight

6:59
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But now Fortune, fearing she had acted out of character…

6:51
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Book Four, Chapter Nine

7:32
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Book Four, Chapter Ten

4:45
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Tom begged to be excused…

6:47
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Book Four, Chapter Eleven

6:32
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But whatever detestation Mr. Allworthy had…

5:19
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Book Four, Chapter Twelve

7:30
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Book Four, Chapter Thirteen

7:58
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Book Four, Chapter Fourteen

7:40
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Perhaps Sophia might have suffered her maid…

6:16
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Book Five, Chapter One

5:40
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And here we shall of necessity…

5:33
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Book Five, Chapter Two

6:13
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As to Squire Western…

6:07
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Book Five, Chapter Three

6:38
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Book Five, Chapter Four

8:01
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Book Five, Chapter Five

7:35
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She was proceeding thus…

6:12
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The reader will be mistaken…

7:53
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Book Five, Chapter Six

5:06
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It may, perhaps, be a question…

4:31
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One day this young couple accidentally met in the garden…

6:18
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Book Five, Chapter Seven

7:38
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'Grieve, therefore, no more, my dear child…'

7:29
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Book Five, Chapter Eight

7:02
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The physician now arrived…

6:03
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Book Five, Chapter Nine

4:58
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The doctor now interposed…

6:23
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Book Five, Chapter Ten

4:07
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Here ensued a parley…

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Book Five, Chapter Eleven

4:00
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Jones now finding himself engaged with two…

4:31
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Book Five, Chapter Twelve

4:54
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All fears for Sophia being now removed…

6:10
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Book Six, Chapter One

7:44
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Book Six, Chapter Two

7:26
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'Sister,' cries the squire…

7:33
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Book Six, Chapter Three

5:00
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Mr. Allworthy was not one of those men…

6:06
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Book Six, Chapter Four

5:10
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Book Six, Chapter Five

6:47
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Mrs. Western now stood a few moments silent…

5:43
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Book Six, Chapter Six

7:09
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Book Six, Chapter Seven

6:00
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Mr. Western took care to way-lay the lover…

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Book Six, Chapter Eight

5:13
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Book Six, Chapter Nine

3:40
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So trembled poor Sophia…

3:57
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It may likewise seem surprising…

4:11
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Book Six, Chapter Ten

4:53
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When Allworthy and Blifil were again left together…

6:52
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Book Six, Chapter Eleven

5:51
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Book Six, Chapter Twelve

5:03
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He was now searching his pockets for his wax…

5:38
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Book Six, Chapter Thirteen

4:59
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'Name not his detested name,' cries Sophia…

4:50
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Book Six, Chapter Fourteen

4:08
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Book Seven, Chapter One

4:25
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But as Nature often exhibits some of her best performances…

5:27
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Book Seven, Chapter Two

5:17
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Book Seven, Chapter Three

4:33
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'Indeed, madam,' replied Sophia…

6:40
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'Brother,' said Mrs. Western…

3:17
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Book Seven, Chapter Four

5:35
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Book Seven, Chapter Five

7:08
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Book Seven, Chapter Six

7:28
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Though Mr. Blifil was not of the complexion of Jones…

7:31
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Book Seven, Chapter Seven

5:07
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'I would not have your la'ship too confident of that,' cries Honour…

5:23
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Book Seven, Chapter Eight

4:12
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In this humour, which was none of the sweetest…

4:56
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Book Seven, Chapter Nine

5:12
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Honour acted her part to the utmost perfection.

5:31
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Book Seven, Chapter Ten

5:54
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Here the Quaker ended with a deep sigh…

6:52
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Book Seven, Chapter Eleven

5:08
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The gentleman who had been all night tippling at the alehouse…

4:23
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Book Seven, Chapter Twelve

5:47
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Mr. Adderly, which was the name of the other ensign…

3:57
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The tenderness of lovers…

7:13
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Book Seven, Chapter Thirteen

7:18
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'Well, sir,' said the surgeon…

8:01
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Book Seven, Chapter Fourteen

6:36
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As soon as the serjeant was departed…

4:21
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Perceiving the bird was flown…

4:30
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Book Seven, Chapter Fifteen

4:42
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The reader may perhaps expect…

5:10
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Book Eight, Chapter One

5:41
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Man therefore is the highest subject…

4:46
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Thus we may, perhaps, with little danger, relate the history of Fisher…

6:08
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Our modern authors of comedy…

2:56
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Book Eight, Chapter Two

4:35
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'And could I ever have imagined…'

3:57
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Book Eight, Chapter Three

6:16
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Book Eight, Chapter Four

4:24
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'Indeed,' says Jones…

5:31
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Book Eight, Chapter Five

5:46
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Little Benjamin, who had been all attention…

5:10
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Book Eight, Chapter Six

4:51
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Jones was a little startled at this sudden declaration.

5:01
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Book Eight, Chapter Seven

5:16
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In the evening, when Jones retired to his room…

3:55
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Book Eight, Chapter Eight

5:04
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Jones had no sooner quitted the room…

7:18
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Book Eight, Chapter Nine

4:40
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They now travelled some miles without speaking to each other…

4:18
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'A popish priest!' cries Jones…

5:45
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Book Eight, Chapter Ten

7:23
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'Pray, sir,' says Partridge…

5:10
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The old woman was distracted…

7:30
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Book Eight, Chapter Eleven

6:20
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'It was my misfortune…'

6:55
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'Timorous thieves, by extreme caution…'

6:25
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'Perhaps,' cries Partridge…

6:36
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Book Eight, Chapter Twelve

7:42
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'This declaration a little relieved my abashment…'

7:40
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Book Eight, Chapter Thirteen

5:51
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'Most of those present seemed affected by this scene…'

5:35
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'I began now to think all the time I had spent…'

4:37
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'In short, we soon separated…'

3:32
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Book Eight, Chapter Fourteen

5:48
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'We were prevented from any further discourse…'

6:22
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'The unfortunate event of this enterprise…'

6:01
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Book Eight, Chapter Fifteen

4:45
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'Thus, sir, I have ended the history of my life…'

5:27
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'In the former part of what you said,' replied Jones…

4:55
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Book Nine, Chapter One

5:53
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To prevent therefore, for the future…

3:17
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Again, there is another sort of knowledge…

5:01
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Book Nine, Chapter Two

4:56
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Jones helped Northerton upon his legs…

5:24
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Book Nine, Chapter Three

5:22
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My landlady, though a very good-tempered woman…

6:06
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Now the dogs of war being let loose, began to lick their bloody lips…

2:44
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Book Nine, Chapter Four

5:34
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My landlord was likewise beginning his oration to Jones…

4:31
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Book Nine, Chapter Five

6:27
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The contrary happens in that love which operates…

6:36
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Book Nine, Chapter Six

7:01
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'Those officers,' says Partridge…

5:51
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Book Nine, Chapter Seven

4:38
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After much consultation on this matter…

5:26
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Book Ten, Chapter One

7:02
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Book Ten, Chapter Two

6:18
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Next to the lady's chamber…

7:10
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Book Ten, Chapter Three

4:56
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This gentleman then being well tired…

3:26
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The lady earnestly desired Partridge to return to his seat…

4:51
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Book Ten, Chapter Four

6:56
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Book Ten, Chapter Five

5:11
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To say the truth, this behaviour of Partridge was a little inexcusable…

6:35
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Book Ten, Chapter Six

5:20
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The behaviour of Jones on this occasion…

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Book Ten, Chapter Seven

4:46
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So much more tenderly do women value their reputation…

5:28
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Book Ten, Chapter Eight

4:48
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The squire himself now sallied forth…

5:48
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Book Ten, Chapter Nine

6:16
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Sophia, finding all her persuasions had no effect…

6:35
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The landlady finding Sophia intended to stay no longer…

4:38
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Book Eleven, Chapter One

7:16
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Now, however ludicrous all this may appear to some…

4:54
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Book Eleven, Chapter Two

6:06
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The conversation which passed between these ladies…

6:48
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This polite person, now taking his wife aside…

5:53
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Book Eleven, Chapter Three

4:59
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Book Eleven, Chapter Four

8:05
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'But, what may seem astonishing…'

6:34
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Book Eleven, Chapter Five

6:33
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'This seat, then, is an ancient mansion-house…'

6:21
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Book Eleven, Chapter Six

4:50
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'What news, pray?' says Sophia, something eagerly.

4:10
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Book Eleven, Chapter Seven

6:51
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Thus, then, Mrs. Fitzpatrick resumed her narrative…

7:05
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'Mr. Fitzpatrick seemed a little thunderstruck with this…'

6:18
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Book Eleven, Chapter Eight

5:39
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On this subject, reader, I must stop a moment, to tell thee a story.

5:56
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Sophia was very soon eased of her causeless fright…

4:40
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Book Eleven, Chapter Nine

5:50
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His wife, however, was far from drawing this conclusion…

6:05
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Book Eleven, Chapter Ten

6:12
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The case, it seems, was this…

5:06
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Book Twelve, Chapter One

7:03
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Book Twelve, Chapter Two

4:42
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The hounds ran very hard, as it is called…

4:18
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Book Twelve, Chapter Three

6:05
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At length, Jones, being weary of soliloquy…

6:36
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Book Twelve, Chapter Four

3:22
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The pocket-book was a late present from Mrs. Western to her niece…

6:13
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Book Twelve, Chapter Five

5:37
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Before our travellers had finished their dinner…

5:18
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Book Twelve, Chapter Six

7:28
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Book Twelve, Chapter Seven

6:52
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The attorney's clerk likewise declared…

6:14
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Book Twelve, Chapter Eight

4:49
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Their meal being over, Jones was again preparing to sally…

5:11
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Book Twelve, Chapter Nine

4:08
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The clock had just struck three when they arrived…

4:08
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Book Twelve, Chapter Ten

6:49
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Jones, as the reader knows…

5:33
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Book Twelve, Chapter Eleven

6:29
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Book Twelve, Chapter Twelve

4:32
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Had this history been writ in the days of superstition…

6:11
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'About a tousand or two tousand year ago…'

6:06
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Jones greatly applauded the justice of the sentence…

5:24
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Book Twelve, Chapter Thirteen

5:09
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'Undoubtedly,' cries Partridge…

7:12
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Book Twelve, Chapter Fourteen

5:14
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Jones at first pretended that he would take the fellow at his word…

3:43
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Book Thirteen, Chapter One

4:42
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And now, this ill-yoked pair…

4:59
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Book Thirteen, Chapter Two

7:04
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Jones, who more than once already…

6:12
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Book Thirteen, Chapter Three

7:58
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Book Thirteen, Chapter Four

6:03
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Book Thirteen, Chapter Five

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The footman, having now recovered his legs…

7:17
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Book Thirteen, Chapter Six

6:28
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Mr. Jones having now determined to go to the masquerade…

8:26
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Book Thirteen, Chapter Seven

6:46
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Jones had never less inclination to an amour than at present…

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Book Thirteen, Chapter Eight

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'This was a love-match, as they call it, on both sides…'

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Book Thirteen, Chapter Nine

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Though Jones saw all these discouragements on the one side…

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Book Thirteen, Chapter Ten

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Book Thirteen, Chapter Eleven

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Sophia stood trembling all this while.

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Having advanced a few steps…

6:38
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Book Thirteen, Chapter Twelve

6:25
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Book Fourteen, Chapter One

5:25
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Now it happens that this higher order of mortals is not to be seen…

4:44
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Book Fourteen, Chapter Two

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Jones begged her only to whisper…

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Book Fourteen, Chapter Three

6:37
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As soon as Partridge arrived…

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Book Fourteen, Chapter Four

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'Lookee, Mr. Nightingale,' said Jones…

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Book Fourteen, Chapter Five

5:31
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'This letter, sir, I received within a fortnight…'

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Book Fourteen, Chapter Six

6:43
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When Jones had read this letter…

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Book Fourteen, Chapter Seven

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'Common sense, indeed,' said Nightingale…

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Book Fourteen, Chapter Eight

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There is scarce anything which so happily introduces men…

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The young lady whom Mr. Nightingale had intended for his son…

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Book Fourteen, Chapter Nine

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'How, sir?' replies young Nightingale…

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Book Fourteen, Chapter Ten

3:52
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Book Fifteen, Chapter One

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Book Fifteen, Chapter Two

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'Nay, my lord,' said she…

6:42
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Book Fifteen, Chapter Three

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There was no farther evidence necessary…

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Book Fifteen, Chapter Four

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Book Fifteen, Chapter Five

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But a more lucky circumstance happened for poor Sophia…

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As Lord Fellamar was very well assured…

5:19
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Book Fifteen, Chapter Six

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The squire had no sooner read the letter…

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Book Fifteen, Chapter Seven

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Nothing could equal the dilemma to which Jones was now reduced.

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And now Jones was unwillingly obliged to return to his own apartment…

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Book Fifteen, Chapter Eight

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Book Fifteen, Chapter Nine

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Jones, having very attentively heard all that Nightingale had to say…

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After some hesitation, Jones, upon the strength of this assurance…

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Book Fifteen, Chapter Ten

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In the situation that he and his mistress were in at this time…

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Book Fifteen, Chapter Eleven

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Book Fifteen, Chapter Twelve

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Book Sixteen, Chapter One

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Book Sixteen, Chapter Two

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Upon these words the gentleman returned a very short verbal rebuke…

6:29
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Here the squire began to look wild…

4:35
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Book Sixteen, Chapter Three

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Sophia, notwithstanding her long fast…

4:33
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Book Sixteen, Chapter Four

6:23
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'Why, you are to blame, brother,' answered she.

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Book Sixteen, Chapter Five

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Mr. Jones having spent three hours in reading…

5:24
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During the second act, Partridge made very few remarks.

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Book Sixteen, Chapter Six

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Book Sixteen, Chapter Seven

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'I am very sorry, madam,' cried Blifil…

3:03
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Book Sixteen, Chapter Eight

4:55
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In the progress of their conversation…

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Book Sixteen, Chapter Nine

7:06
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There are some fine women…

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Book Sixteen, Chapter Ten

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Book Seventeen, Chapter One

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Book Seventeen, Chapter Two

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'Indeed, Mrs. Miller,' said Allworthy…

3:23
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Book Seventeen, Chapter Three

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'Thwackum and Square, who both alike…'

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Blifil now desired to be permitted to speak a few words.

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Book Seventeen, Chapter Four

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'No, no, miss,' cries the aunt…

6:39
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Book Seventeen, Chapter Five

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'Come, come, Mr. Jones,' says Mrs. Miller…

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Book Seventeen, Chapter Six

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Though Sophia read the letter twice over with great attention…

3:31
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Book Seventeen, Chapter Seven

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Book Seventeen, Chapter Eight

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This last speech was made in the absence of Sophia…

7:42
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Book Seventeen, Chapter Nine

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A very mournful scene now past between the prisoner and his friends…

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She now entered the room with an air of gaiety…

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Book Eighteen, Chapter One

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