A House to Let, et al

Author: Charles Dickens
Published: 1858
Language: English
Wordcount: 34,035 / 99 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 77.4
LoC Category: PR
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Over the Way -- The Manchester Marriage -- Going into Society -- Three Evenings in the House -- Trottle's Report -- Let at Last

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e of this same House.

As I say, I went and saw for myself. The lodging was perfect. That, I was sure it would be; because Trottle is the best judge of comfort I know. The empty house was an eyesore; and that I was sure it would be too, for the same reason. However, setting the one thing against the other, the good against the bad, the lodging very soon got the victory over the House. My lawyer, Mr. Squares, of Crown Office Row; Temple, drew up an agreement; which his young man jabbered over so dreadfully when he read it to me, that I didn't understand one word of it except my own name; and hardly that, and I signed it, and the other party signed it, and, in three weeks' time, I moved my old bones, bag and baggage, up to London.

For the first month or so, I arranged to leave Trottle at the Wells. I made this arrangement, not only because there was a good deal to take care of in the way of my school-children and pensioners, and also of a new stove in the hall to air the house in my absence, which appe

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