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It simply amounted to this -- that 'Mister Charley,' as she always called him, had been arrested for debt at the suit of a tailor, and that she had learnt the circumstances from the fact of the prisoner having sent for his brushes.
‘Oh, ma’am, such news — such bad news — Mister Charley —.’
If you are the family lawyer, or the chaplain, perhaps you'll tell us where Mister Charley is. "