The Works of Charles Dickens: Dombey and son (Google eBook)

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P.F. Collier & Son, 1911
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Page 492 - London, by the great highway hard by, and who, footsore and weary, and gazing fearfully at the huge town before them, as if foreboding that their misery there would be but as a drop of water in the sea, or as a grain of sea-sand on the shore, went shrinking on, cowering before the angry weather, and looking as if the very elements rejected them.
Page 663 - ... down, and ever coming thicker. Bright and blest the morning that should rise on such a night, for men delayed no more by stumbling-blocks of their own making, which are but specks of dust upon the path between them and eternity, would then apply themselves, like creatures of one common origin, owing one duty to the FATHER of one family, and tending to one common end, to make the world a better place.

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