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By that time all had recovered their self-possession, and there was nothing out of the common to attract his attention.
I remember no more: six weeks later I recovered my reason in a hotel at Manchester, whither I had been taken by strangers the next day.
Woodville is waiting until you have recovered, in a room close by.
By which generous proceeding he very probably prevented Mr Jones from becoming a victim to the wrath of Thwackum, and to the pious friendship which Blifil bore his old master; for, besides the disadvantage of such odds, Jones had not yet sufficiently recovered the former strength of his broken arm.
When he had in some measure recovered, I removed him to my own cabin and attended on him as much as my duty would permit.
When my guest was a little recovered I had great trouble to keep off the men, who wished to ask him a thousand questions; but I would not allow him to be tormented by their idle curiosity, in a state of body and mind whose restoration evidently depended upon entire repose.
He anticipated my proposals by telling me that both he and the ship, if recovered, should be wholly directed and commanded by me in everything; and if the ship was not recovered, he would live and die with me in what part of the world soever I would send him; and the two other men said the same.
I made no doubt then but that I should soon hear of him, and began to comfort myself with my circumstances being, as I thought, recovered.
He never recovered the surprise the Rioters had given him, and remained in the same mental condition down to the last moment of his life.
But he recovered by degrees: and although he could never separate his condemnation and escape from the idea of a terrific dream, he became, in other respects, more rational.
By that time Mr Dorrit had so far recovered from his bewilderment, as to be able to say, in a tolerably connected manner, that he should consider that his duty.
Pray, madam,' said Mr Dorrit, with a growing fancy upon him as he recovered his importance, that he was in some superior way in the Commission of the Peace; 'pray, madam, may I inquire, for the greater satisfaction of the gentleman whom I have the honour to-- ha--retain, or protect or let me say to--hum--know--to know--Was Monsieur Blandois here on business on the night indicated in this present sheet?