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'Oh, no!' he cried. 'How can you do nothing and let this terrible marriage happen?'
Two days later, Nicholas was sent out on another piece of strange business. That evening, he returned excitedly and asked Newman for news. Unfortunately, Newman could not help him. He had followed the wrong girl!
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Two days later, Ralph Nickleby learnt about Nicholas's attack on Sir Mulberry Hawk. He sat in his office and wondered what to do about the boy. While he was thinking, he received an unexpected visit from Wackford Squeers. Squeers had come to London to find more pupils for Dotheboys Hall, and he also wanted to talk to Ralph about his nephew. The two men sat together, planning their revenge.
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Tim Linkinwater, who had known Miss La Creevy for a long time, put his arm around her shoulders. When Newman Noggs arrived, Nicholas's happiness was complete. He was with all the people that he loved. All his enemies had been defeated. Dinner that night was probably one of the happiest dinners in history!
That evening, John Browdie, Tilda and Fanny arrived at Snawley's house at six o'clock exactly. John seemed strangely quiet while they were having tea in the front room.
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Sir Mulberry read the name on the card, threw it back onto the table and continued drinking.

'They've been caught by the police,' Ralph thought. 'I must tell Arthur Gride at once.'



Nicholas went red with anger and he told Mr Browdie to apologise for his rudeness in front of Mr Squeers's daughter. Tilda was angry, too.




'Yes. He's been sent abroad on a prison ship for stealing a will.'


'It was nothing, Mother,' Kate replied, but it was too late to explain her true feelings to her.
'Well, what a surprise!' said Wackford Squeers, looking at Smike with his one eye. Then he turned to his son, who was jumping up and down with excitement next to him. 'Wackford, my boy, go and find a coach.'




Mrs Nickleby was very excited. 'Mrs Wititterly looks very ill,' she thought. 'Perhaps she'll die soon and Mr Wititterly - a fine-looking gentleman! - will fall in love with Kate. He'll ask her to marry him and all our troubles will end!'
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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.
'What is it?' he asked anxiously.

John Browdie jumped down from his horse with a big smile and shook hands. Then he noticed the cuts on Nicholas's face. When Nicholas told him what had happened, he laughed and shook his hand again.