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The Uncommercial Traveller - Refreshments for Travellers by Charles Dickens

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From a beetle-haunted kitchen below this institution, fumes arose, suggestive of a class of soup which Mr. Grazinglands knew, from painful experience, enfeebles the mind, distends the stomach, forces itself into the complexion, and tries to ooze out at the eyes. ~ The Uncommercial Traveller - Refreshments for Travellers (Share this Quote)

Over the whole, a young lady presided, whose gloomy haughtiness as she surveyed the street, announced a deep-seated grievance against society, and an implacable determination to be avenged. ~ The Uncommercial Traveller - Refreshments for Travellers (Share this Quote)