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DOMBEY AND SON.

BY

CHARLES DICKENS.

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY H. K. BROWNE.

BOSTON:

BRADBURY AND GUILD, 12 SCHOOL STREET.

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PREFACE.

I CANNOT forego my usual opportunity of saying farewell to my readers ir his greeting-place, though I have only to acknowledge the unbounded warmth and earnestness of their sympathy in every stage of the journey we have just concluded.

If any of them have felt a sorrow in one of the principal incidents on which this fiction turns, I hope it may be a sorrow of that sort which endears the sharers in it, one to another. This is not unselfish in me. I may claim to have felt it, at least as much as anybody else; and I would fain be remembered kindly for my part in the experience.

DEVONSHIRE TERRACE,

Twenty-Fourth March, 1848.

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CHAP. XLVIII. The Flight of Florence .

CHAP XLIX. The Midshipman makes a Discovery

CHAP. L. Mr. Toots's Complaint.

CHAP. LI. Mr. Dombey and the World

CHAP. LII. Secret Intelligence

CHAP. LIII. More Intelligence

CHAP. LIV. The Fugitives

CHAP. LV. Rob the Grinder loses his Place

CHAP. LVI. Several People Delighted, and the Game Chicken Dis-

gusted

CHAP. LVII. Another Wedding

CHAP. LVIII. After a Lapse

CHAP. LIX. Retribution

CHAP. LX. Chiefly Matrimonial

CHAP. LXI. Relenting

CHAP. LXII. Final

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