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The priest and the clerk were waiting for us.

Scrooge kept his office door open, in order to check that his clerk, Bob Cratchit, was working.

Know it! cried Scrooge. Why, I was a clerk here!

The young Scrooge hurried in, with another clerk.

Together the two young clerks put away all the pens and papers, and, following Fezziwig's orders, cleared all the furniture away from the centre of the room.

Just that I'd like to be able to say a word or two to my clerk now.

They went on through London, and came to the small house where Scrooge's clerk lived.

Just at that moment a bank clerk put an old, unopened letter on Mr Lorry's desk,

Not even Lucie or Mr Lorry knew. We can't find this Marquis, said rhe clerk.

This sum was paid in gold, and a clerk went home with the money.

Adolphe Le Bon, clerk to Mignaud et Fils, deposes that on the day in question, about noon, he accompanied Madame L'Espanaye to her residence with the 4000 francs, put up in two bags.

The farmer's wife and the clerk were seated at table, and nobody besides.

He was a good man enough, but he had the strange peculiarity that he could never bear to see a clerk.

If a clerk appeared before his eyes he became quite wild.

And that was the reason why the clerk had gone to the wife to wish her good day, because he knew that her husband was not at home

But when they heard the man coming they were frightened, and the woman begged the clerk to creep into a great empty chest which stood there;

and he did so, for he knew the husband could not bear the sight of a clerk.

Why, he'll look the very image of a clerk.

Ha! said the farmer, that is ugly! You must know, I can't bear the sight of a clerk.

And he went to the chest where the wife had hidden the real clerk, who sat in there and was very much afraid.

Yes, now I've seen him, and he looked exactly like our clerk. Oh, that was dreadful!

Farewell! said Little Claus; and he went off with his money and the big chest, in which the clerk was still sitting.

Little Claus stopped on the center of the bridge, and said quite loud, so that the clerk could hear it

No! let be! cried the clerk from within the chest; let me out first!

Oh, no, no! screamed the clerk. I'll give you a whole bushel full of money if you'll let me go.

The clerk crept quickly out, pushed the empty chest into the water, and went to his house, where Little Claus received a whole bushel full of money.