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THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD

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" These observations sound well," returned I, " and yet it would be easy this moment to point out a man," and I fixed my eye steadfastly upon him, " whose head and heart form a most detestable contrast. Ay, Sir," continued I, raising my voice, " and I am glad to have this opportunity of detecting him in the midst of his fancied security. Do you know this, Sir, this pocketbook? "-" Yes, Sir," returned he, with a face of impenetrable assurance, " that pocket-book is mine, and I am glad you have found it."-" And do you know," cried I, " this letter? Nay, never falter, man, but look me full in the face; I say do you know this letter? " -" That letter? " returned he; " yes, it was I that wrote that letter."-" And how could you," said I, " so basely, so ungratefully presume to write this letter? " -" And how came you," replied he, with looks of unparalleled effrontery, " so basely to presume to break open this letter? Don't you know, now, I could hang you all for this? All that I have to do is to swear at the next justice's that you have been guilty of breaking open the lock of my pocket-book, and so hang you all up at his door." This piece of unexpected insolence raised me to such a pitch, that I could scarce govern my passion. " Ungrateful wretch! begone, and no longer pollute my dwelling with thy baseness! begone, and never let me see thee again! Go from my door, and the only punishment I wish thee is an alarmed conscience, which will be a sufficient tormentor! " So saying, I threw him his pocket-book, which he took up with a smile, and shutting the clasps with the utmost com

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