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This list contains the names and home-addresses of the enlisted personnel of Battery D, who served overseas and whose names were on the sailing list of the U. Samurai was the name given to the military class among the Japanese,–a class intermediate between the Emperor and his nobles and the great mass of the common people who were engaged in agriculture, mechanical arts, or trade. Upon the samurai rested the defense of the country from enemies at home or abroad, as well as the preservation of literature and learning, and the conduct of all official business. At the time of the fall of feudalism, there were, among the thirty-four millions of Japanese, about two million samurai; and in this class, in the broadest sense of the word, must be included the daimi[=o]s, as well as their two-sworded retainers.
‘Have you more than one clerk, you parrot, that you ask the question? Yes.’ ‘Upon my word, Sir,’ said Brass, ‘I wasn’t prepared for this-’ ‘How could you be?’ sneered the dwarf, ‘when I wasn’t? How often am I to tell you that I brought him to you that I might always have my eye on him and know where he was–and that I had a plot, a scheme, a little quiet piece of enjoyment afoot, of which the very cream and essence was, that this old man and grandchild (who have sunk underground I think) should be, while he and his precious friend believed them rich, in reality as poor as frozen rats?’ ‘I quite understood that, sir,’ rejoined Brass. ‘Thoroughly.’ ‘Well, Sir,’ retorted Quilp, ‘and do you understand now, that they’re not poor–that they can’t be, if they have such men as your lodger searching for them, and scouring the country far and wide?’ ‘Of course I do, Sir,’ said Sampson. ‘Of course you do,’ retorted the dwarf, viciously snapping at his words.
He asked permission, however, to stay where he could talk with them. Tunk Hosely, the man of all work, came in for his supper. He was an odd character. Norris, most happy to assist in the duties of the day, by spending it at the Park to support her sister’s spirits, and drinking the health of Mr. and Mrs. Rushworth in a supernumerary glass or two, was all joyous delight; for she had made the match; she had done everything; and no one would have supposed, from her confident triumph, that she had ever heard of conjugal infelicity in her life, or could have the smallest insight into the disposition of the niece who had been brought up under her eye.