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CHAPTER I. Introduces all the rest...1

CHAPTER II. Of Mr. Ralph Nickleby, and his Establishment, and his Undertakings. And of a great Joint Stock Company of vast national Importance...8

CHAPTER III. Mr. Ralph Nickleby receives Sad Tidings of his Brother, but bears up nobly against the Intelligence communicated to him. The Reader is informed how he liked Nicholas, who is herein introduced, and how kindly he proposed to make his Fortune at once...22

CHAPTER IV. Nicholas and his Uncle (to secure the Fortune without loss of time) wait upon Mr. Wackford Squeers, the Yorkshire School master...36


Nicholas starts for Yorkshire. Of his Leave-taking and his Fellow-Travellers, and what befel them on the Road...52