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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section XII, ch. 46-47 Summary

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Section XII, ch. 46-47 Summary

Mrs. Raddle, Mr. Raddle and Mrs. Chuppins join Mrs. Bardell and her son, Tommy, on a coach to Hampstead. As they have tea, Mr. Jackson of Dodson and Fogg arrives to take Mrs. Bardell back to London, presumably to finish some paperwork from the trial. The party returns to London, unaware of Mr. Jackson's true purpose until Mrs. Bardell is arrested and imprisoned in Fleet Prison for not paying her attorney's fees. Sam Weller gets an idea when he sees Mrs. Bardell and sends Job Trotter to summon Mr. Perker.

Mr. Perker arrives at Fleet Prison the next morning and tries to convince Mr. Pickwick to pay his fines, relating that Mrs. Bardell has agreed to forego damages if Mr. Pickwick pays her lawyer fees which will release her from prison. She also signs a statement declaring that Dodson and Fogg...

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