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    • Dennis, Mr. Ned

    • Dennis, Mr. Ned

    • circa 1887-1900

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Gashford, Mr.

    • Gashford, Mr.

    • circa 1887-1901

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Hugh

    • Hugh

    • circa 1887-1903

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Miggs, Mrs.

    • Miggs, Mrs.

    • circa 1887-1904

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Daisy, Soloman

    • Daisy, Soloman

    • circa 1887-1899

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Rudge, Barnaby

    • Rudge, Barnaby

    • circa 1887-1905

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Tappertit, Simon

    • Tappertit, Simon

    • circa 1887-1906

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Willet, John

    • Willet, John

    • circa 1887-1907

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Newcome, Clemency

    • Newcome, Clemency

    • circa 1887-1908

    • Battle of Life was the fourth of five Christmas stories that Charles Dickens wrote. He wrote this story in September-October 1846 and it was first published in one volume in December 1846. It is the story of a man named Doctor Jeddler who is a...
    • Jeddler, Dr. Anthony

    • Jeddler, Dr. Anthony

    • circa 1887-1909

    • Battle of Life was the fourth of five Christmas stories that Charles Dickens wrote. He wrote this story in September-October 1846 and it was first published in one volume in December 1846. It is the story of a man named Doctor Jeddler who is a...
    • Bucket, Inspector

    • Bucket, Inspector

    • circa 1887-1911

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Chadband, the Reverend Mr.

    • Chadband, the Reverend Mr.

    • circa 1887-1912

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Dedlock, Sir Leicester

    • Dedlock, Sir Leicester

    • circa 1887-1913

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Guppy, Mr. William

    • Guppy, Mr. William

    • circa 1887-1914

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Guster

    • Guster

    • circa 1887-1915

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Boythorn, Mr. Lawrence

    • Boythorn, Mr. Lawrence

    • circa 1887-1910

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Jackson, Mr. Michael

    • Jackson, Mr. Michael

    • circa 1887-1916

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Jo

    • Jo

    • circa 1887-1917

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Kenge, Mr. "Conversation"

    • Kenge, Mr. "Conversation"

    • circa 1887-1918

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Snagsby, Mr.

    • Snagsby, Mr.

    • circa 1887-1919

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Tulkinghorn, Mr.

    • Tulkinghorn, Mr.

    • circa 1887-1920

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Vholes, Mr.

    • Vholes, Mr.

    • circa 1887-1922

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Bowley, Sir Joseph

    • Bowley, Sir Joseph

    • circa 1887-1923

    • The Chimes, written in Genoa, Italy, is the second of Dickens' Christmas stories in which he attempts to convince the upper classes to have compassion for the poor. Taking place on New Year's Eve, a poor man named Trotty begins to despair about...
    • Cute, Alderman

    • Cute, Alderman

    • circa 1887-1924

    • The Chimes, written in Genoa, Italy, is the second of Dickens' Christmas stories in which he attempts to convince the upper classes to have compassion for the poor. Taking place on New Year's Eve, a poor man named Trotty begins to despair about...
    • Turveydrop, Mr.

    • Turveydrop, Mr.

    • circa 1887-1921

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Fern, Will

    • Fern, Will

    • circa 1887-1925

    • The Chimes, written in Genoa, Italy, is the second of Dickens' Christmas stories in which he attempts to convince the upper classes to have compassion for the poor. Taking place on New Year's Eve, a poor man named Trotty begins to despair about...
    • Filer, Mr.

    • Filer, Mr.

    • circa 1887-1926

    • The Chimes, written in Genoa, Italy, is the second of Dickens' Christmas stories in which he attempts to convince the upper classes to have compassion for the poor. Taking place on New Year's Eve, a poor man named Trotty begins to despair about...
    • Tugby

    • Tugby

    • circa 1887-1927

    • The Chimes, written in Genoa, Italy, is the second of Dickens' Christmas stories in which he attempts to convince the upper classes to have compassion for the poor. Taking place on New Year's Eve, a poor man named Trotty begins to despair about...
    • Peerybingle, Mr. John

    • Peerybingle, Mr. John

    • circa 1887-1929

    • In 1845, Dickens planned a periodical about home life called Cricket. The plan did not materialize, so he turned the idea into The Cricket on the Hearth, a book with a domestic setting. This was published as Dickens' third Christmas book by...
    • Plummer, Caleb

    • Plummer, Caleb

    • circa 1887-1930

    • In 1845, Dickens planned a periodical about home life called Cricket. The plan did not materialize, so he turned the idea into The Cricket on the Hearth, a book with a domestic setting. This was published as Dickens' third Christmas book by...
    • Stranger, The

    • Stranger, The

    • circa 1887-1931

    • In 1845, Dickens planned a periodical about home life called Cricket. The plan did not materialize, so he turned the idea into The Cricket on the Hearth, a book with a domestic setting. This was published as Dickens' third Christmas book by...
    • Tackleton

    • Tackleton

    • circa 1887-1932

    • In 1845, Dickens planned a periodical about home life called Cricket. The plan did not materialize, so he turned the idea into The Cricket on the Hearth, a book with a domestic setting. This was published as Dickens' third Christmas book by...
    • Carter, Mr. James

    • Carter, Mr. James

    • circa 1887-1933

    • First published as a 20 part monthly serial, Dombey and Son is the tale of Paul Dombey, a wealthy shipping merchant who desires a son. His wife dies giving birth to this son, Paul the Younger, who Dombey focuses all his affection on at the expense...
    • Blimber, Dr.

    • Blimber, Dr.

    • circa 1887-1934

    • First published as a 20 part monthly serial, Dombey and Son is the tale of Paul Dombey, a wealthy shipping merchant who desires a son. His wife dies giving birth to this son, Paul the Younger, who Dombey focuses all his affection on at the expense...
    • Veck, Toby

    • Veck, Toby

    • circa 1887-1928

    • The Chimes, written in Genoa, Italy, is the second of Dickens' Christmas stories in which he attempts to convince the upper classes to have compassion for the poor. Taking place on New Year's Eve, a poor man named Trotty begins to despair about...
    • Game Chicken, The

    • Game Chicken, The

    • circa 1887-1937

    • First published as a 20 part monthly serial, Dombey and Son is the tale of Paul Dombey, a wealthy shipping merchant who desires a son. His wife dies giving birth to this son, Paul the Younger, who Dombey focuses all his affection on at the expense...
    • MacStinger, Mrs.

    • MacStinger, Mrs.

    • circa 1887-1938

    • First published as a 20 part monthly serial, Dombey and Son is the tale of Paul Dombey, a wealthy shipping merchant who desires a son. His wife dies giving birth to this son, Paul the Younger, who Dombey focuses all his affection on at the expense...
    • Pipchin, Mrs.

    • Pipchin, Mrs.

    • circa 1887-1939

    • First published as a 20 part monthly serial, Dombey and Son is the tale of Paul Dombey, a wealthy shipping merchant who desires a son. His wife dies giving birth to this son, Paul the Younger, who Dombey focuses all his affection on at the expense...
    • Rob the Grinder

    • Rob the Grinder

    • circa 1887-1940

    • First published as a 20 part monthly serial, Dombey and Son is the tale of Paul Dombey, a wealthy shipping merchant who desires a son. His wife dies giving birth to this son, Paul the Younger, who Dombey focuses all his affection on at the expense...
    • Brown, Good Mrs.

    • Brown, Good Mrs.

    • circa 1887-1935

    • First published as a 20 part monthly serial, Dombey and Son is the tale of Paul Dombey, a wealthy shipping merchant who desires a son. His wife dies giving birth to this son, Paul the Younger, who Dombey focuses all his affection on at the expense...
    • Boy, The

    • Boy, The

    • circa 1887-1941

    • The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain is the fifth and last of Dickens's long stories with a Christmas theme. This book, which is centered around a chemist and lecturer Redlaw, is more about the spirit of the holidays than about the holidays...
    • Redlaw, Mr.

    • Redlaw, Mr.

    • circa 1887-1942

    • The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain is the fifth and last of Dickens's long stories with a Christmas theme. This book, which is centered around a chemist and lecturer Redlaw, is more about the spirit of the holidays than about the holidays...
    • William, Mr.

    • William, Mr.

    • circa 1887-1943

    • The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain is the fifth and last of Dickens's long stories with a Christmas theme. This book, which is centered around a chemist and lecturer Redlaw, is more about the spirit of the holidays than about the holidays...
    • Dombey the Younger, Paul

    • Dombey the Younger, Paul

    • circa 1887-1936

    • First published as a 20 part monthly serial, Dombey and Son is the tale of Paul Dombey, a wealthy shipping merchant who desires a son. His wife dies giving birth to this son, Paul the Younger, who Dombey focuses all his affection on at the expense...
    • F.'s Aunt Mr.

    • F.'s Aunt Mr.

    • circa 1887-1945

    • Little Dorrit was originally published in 20 parts in 19 monthly installments, with the last two parts published in a double installment. William Dorrit, father of the title character, Amy, has been sent to Marshalsea debtor's prison in London,...
    • Bangham, Mrs.

    • Bangham, Mrs.

    • circa 1887-1946

    • Little Dorrit was originally published in 20 parts in 19 monthly installments, with the last two parts published in a double installment. William Dorrit, father of the title character, Amy, has been sent to Marshalsea debtor's prison in London,...
    • Bar

    • Bar

    • circa 1887-1947

    • Little Dorrit was originally published in 20 parts in 19 monthly installments, with the last two parts published in a double installment. William Dorrit, father of the title character, Amy, has been sent to Marshalsea debtor's prison in London,...
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