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In 1834, slavery was entirely abolished in British possessions. The objective was quietly achieved through gradual transition and with generous compensation to former slave-owners. In the elections brought about by the accession of William IV in 1830, the Tories lost control of the government. Assumption of power by the Whigs opened the way to an era of accelerated progress. Among the most urgently advocated steps was parliamentary reform. In 1829 the first Catholic was admitted to Parliament. In spite of determined opposition in the House of Lords, the Reform Bill of 1832 was passed.

Grimwig A retired lawyer and old friend of Brownlow's. " Barney Waiter at the Little Saffron Hill dive. " Mrs. Corney Matron of the workhouse where Oliver was born; later marries Bumble. " Monks Edward Leeford, Oliver Twist's half-brother; son of Edwin Leeford and his legal wife. A tall, dark blackguard subject to fits of cowardice and epilepsy. Mr. Giles Mrs. Maylie's butler and steward. " Brittles Man-of-all work for Mrs. " Page 20 Rose Maylie Rose Fleming; Agnes Fleming's younger sister, thus Oliver's aunt.

The bride was the oldest daughter of George Hogarth, the editor of the Evening Chronicle, an affiliate of the newspaper for which Dickens wrote. The couple had ten children, but after twenty-two years the marriage ended in dissension and separation. When the success of the Pickwick Papers was assured, the star reporter resigned from the Morning Chronicle. Within a few months, however, he had become editor of a new periodical, Bentley's Miscellany. The February, 1837, issue began the serialization of Oliver Twist; or, the Parish Boy's Progress by Boz, even though the busy editor was still at work on the Pickwick Papers.

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