"Maggy with apoplectic exertions that were not at all required, dragged the box which was her seat on story-telling occasions, sat down upon it, hugged her own knees, and said, with a voracious appetite for stories, and with widely-opened eyes: 'Now, Little Mother, let's have a good 'un !' 'What shall it be about, Maggy?' 'Oh, let's have a Princess, said Maggy, and let her be a reg'lar one. Beyond all belief, you know!' Little Dorrit considered for a moment; and, with a rather sad smile upon her face, which was flushed by the sunset, began: 'Maggy, there was once upon a time a fine King, and he had everything he could wish for, and a great deal more. He had gold and silver, diamonds and rubies, riches of every kind. He had palaces and he had--' 'Hospitals' interposed Maggy, still nursing her knees. 'Let him have hospitals with lots of Chicking.'" [Pp. 22-23.]
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