The Death of Tulkinghorn

Mr. Tulkinghorn's time is over for evermore, and the Roman pointed at the murderous hand uplifted against his life, and pointed helplessly at him, from night to morning, lying face downward on the floor, shot through the heart. [671]

Harry Furniss


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Dickens's Bleak House, The Charles Dickens Library Edition, Chapter 48, "Closing In" — facing XI, 672.

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