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She walked quickly back to Mrs Wititterly's house, trying to understand Newman's strange words. She did not know that Newman had received a letter from Nicholas. Her brother and Smike were working for a small theatre company in the south of England. Newman knew Nicholas's address, and planned to write to him about Kate's problems as soon as he could.
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But Squeers refused to listen. 'No,' he said. 'I'm finished with you. I'm going to tell the police everything.'
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'I'm afraid it is,' Nicholas replied quietly.
'What do you want?' Ralph demanded.
Nicholas felt sick, but he rose painfully to his feet. There was loud shouting all around him as the driver and other men ran after the carriage. As soon as the carriage disappeared around a corner, there was a loud crash, a scream and the sound of breaking glass.
'Just tell me that my nephew is dead,' Ralph said. 'That's all I want to hear.'
'So everything is true,' Ralph said. 'You don't deny it! Will you, sir, return that boy to the school where he belongs?'
'No, you mustn't,' Newman said. 'Speak to your uncle when he returns.'
John Browdie laughed loudly, hitting the side of his enormous leg with his hand. 'If the news has reached Dotheboys Hall, I wouldn't like to be in the old woman's shoes. Or Fanny's either! Let's go and find out.'
One evening, Ralph Nickleby was walking near St James's Park, on his way home. Although he had collected a lot of money for his business that day, he was in a bad mood. His heart was still poisoned with anger for his nephew, and he was still thinking of revenge. Sir Mulberry Hawk could not help him. He had been so badly hurt and publicly embarrassed after his fight with Nicholas that he had left London as soon as possible. Squeers had returned to Yorkshire, but that was no problem. He was thinking of a plan, and Squeers was going to help him succeed!
When he had said goodbye, she closed her eyes with excitement. 'I don't believe it,' she thought. 'Such a fine gentleman! He will be an even better husband for Kate than Mr Wititterly!'
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A Change of Luck
The kidnap had been a bad experience for Smike, and he needed time to forget it.