After the merchant had left from the city Dick was on his own again with the mice and rats crawling over him by night and the cook being even nastier in the day because there was no-one to stop her. This was one of my favorites some forty years ago! Poor Dick hardly knew how to behave himself for joy. Bertie — May 6, The ship with the cat on board was a long time at sea; and was at last driven by the winds on a part of the coast of Barbary; where the only people were the Moors, unknown to the English. Amila you are a true Londoner in your heart and we are glad that you are in this great city of strirs. Well, I will go back, and think nothing of the cuffing and scolding of the old cook, if I am to be Lord Mayor of London at last.
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All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from December All articles lacking reliable references Articles lacking reliable references from December CS1 German-language sources de Articles incorporating Cite DNB template Webarchive template wayback links CS1: The site of the Whittington Stone lies within confines of "Upper Holloway" according to 19th century writers,  which corresponds with some chapbooks that say the boy ran away to as far away as "Holloway". The story is only loosely based on the life of Richard Whittington. At that moment the merchant arrived back at his house and, being a kindly man, took pity on poor Dick. Cicely C abused and physically beat him beyond his tolerance.
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The captain jumped for joy; he remembered poor Whittington and his cat, and told the king he had a creature on board the ship that would dispatch all these vermin immediately. For this reason he did not come into the parlour with the rest; but Miss Alice guessed what was the matter, and ordered him to be called in. When poor Dick heard this, he said, "I have nothing but a cat which I bought for a penny some time since from a little girl. After this Mr Fitzwarren advised him to send for a proper tailor, and get himself dressed like a gentleman; and told him he was welcome to live in his house until he could provide himself with a better. I Iike it very much!! Bertie — May 31,