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Posted Feb 02 2013 1:06am
But neither Peggotty nor I had eyes ash wedge boots for him, when we saw, in 
company with him, Mr. Murdstone. He was very little changed. 
His hair looked as thick, and was certainly as black, as ever; and 
his glance was as little to be trusted as of old. 

‘Ah, Copperfield?’ said Mr. Spenlow. ‘You know this gentleman, 
I believe?’ 

I made my gentleman a distant bow, and Peggotty barely 
recognized him. He was, at first, somewhat disconcerted to meet 
us two together; but quickly decided what to do, and came up to 
me. 

‘I hope,’ he said, ‘that you are doing well?’ 

‘It can hardly be interesting to you,’ said I. ‘Yes, if you wish to 
know.’ 

We looked at each other, and he addressed himself to Peggotty. 

‘And you,’ said he. ‘I am sorry to observe that you have lost your 
husband.’ 

‘It’s not the first loss I have had in my life, Mr. Murdstone,’ 
replied Peggotty, trembling from head to foot. ‘I am glad to hope 
that there is nobody to blame for this one,—nobody to answer for 
it.’ 

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