another round of stories by the christmas fire being the extra christmas number of household words conducted by charles dickens history of christmas series book 4

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Another round of stories by the Christmas fire: being the extra Christmas number of Household words, conducted by Charles Dickens (History of Christmas Series Book 4)

So Old Cheeseman went on, and didn't he lead a miserable life ! Of course the Peverend turned up his no.se at him, and of course she did — because both of them always do that, at all the masters but he suffered from the fellows most, and he suffered from them constantly. He never told about it, that the Society could find out ; but he got no credit for that, because the President said it was Old Cheeseman's cowardice. He had only one friend in the world, and that one was almost as powerless as he was, for it was only Jane. Jane was a sort of a wardrobe-woman to our fellows, and took care of the boxes. She had come at first, I believe, as a kind of a]iprentice — some of our fellows say from a Charity, but I don't know — and after her time was out, had sto]iped at so much a year. So little a year, perhaps I ought to say, for it is far more likely. However, she had put some pounds in the Savings' Bank, and she was a very nice young woman. She was not quite pretty ; but she had a very frank, honest, bright face, and all our fellows were fond of her. She was uncommonly neat and cheer- ful, and uncommonly comfortable and kind. And if anything was the matter with a fellow's mother, he always went and showed the letter to Jane


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