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Did you ever see such a violent fellow, sir? ’ ‘Stop him—stop him! the devil is in the animal! ’ The dog was certainly getting the door open, when Sweeney Todd rushed forward to stop him; but that he was soon admonished of the danger of doing, for the dog gave him a grip of the leg, which made him give such a howl, that he precipitately retreated, and left the animal to do its pleasure. This consisted in forcing open the cupboard door, and seizing upon the hat which Sweeney Todd had thrust therein, and dashing out of the shop with it in triumph.
Never mind, my dear, never mind. ’ ‘Indeed, father! ’ ‘Nothing at all, and that’s the very reason. I had to take down the shutters myself this morning, and what do you think for? ’ ‘Poor indeed! * But I suppose I shall have no end of bother with your mother, because his aunt belongs to Mr Lupin’s congregation;* but as sure as this is the 20th day of August—’* ‘It is the 20th day of August,’ said Johanna, as she sank into a chair and burst into tears. ‘It is, it is! I thought I could have controlled this, but I cannot, father, I cannot.
He remained, and crouching at his feet was a noble-looking dog, who looked likewise up at the ﬁgures; and who, observing his master’s attention to be closely ﬁxed upon them, endeavoured to show as great an appearance of interest as he possibly could. ’ said the man. The dog gave a short low whine, and then his master proceeded, — ‘ There is a barber’s shop opposite, so before I go any farther, as I have got to see the ladies, although it’s on a very melancholy errand, for I have got to tell them that poor Mark Ingestrie is no more, and Heaven knows what poor Johanna will say—I think I should know The Strange Customer at Sweeney Todd’s 7 her by his description of her, poor fellow.