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Xroads.virginia.edu-~HYPER-DICKENS-dks1. Dickens, Charles Chapter 1 I SHALL never forget the one-fourth serious and three-fourths comical astonishment with which, on the morning of the third of January, eighteen-hundred-and-forty-two, I opened the door of, and put my head into, a "state-room" on board the Britannia steam-packet, twelve hundred tons burden per register, bound for Halifax and Boston, and carrying her Majesty's mails.
That this state-room had been specially engaged for "Charles Dickens, Esquire, and Lady, "was rendered sufficiently clear even to my scared intellect by a very small manuscript, announcing the fact, which was pinned on a very flat quilt, covering a very thin mattress, spread like a surgical plaster on a most inaccessible shelf. We had experienced a pretty smart shock before coming below, which, but that we were the most sanguine people living, might have prepared us for the worst.
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