'As you are in no hurry, then,' said Steerforth, 'come home with me to Highgate, and stay a day or two.
We will go and see the lions for an hour or two - it's something to have a fresh fellow like you to show them to, Copperfield - and then we'll journey out to Highgate by the coach.'
The remains of Henrietta Trefusis were interred in Highgate Cemetery the day before Christmas Eve.
The monument was placed in Highgate Cemetery by a small band of workmen whom Trefusis found out of employment.
Our company were now arrived within a mile of Highgate
, when the stranger turned short upon Jones, and pulling out a pistol, demanded that little bank-note which Partridge had mentioned.
'That while this Association is deeply sensible of the advantages which must accrue to the cause of science, from the production to which they have just adverted--no less than from the unwearied researches of Samuel Pickwick, Esq., G.C.M.P.C., in Hornsey, Highgate
, Brixton, and Camberwell--they cannot but entertain a lively sense of the inestimable benefits which must inevitably result from carrying the speculations of that learned man into a wider field, from extending his travels, and, consequently, enlarging his sphere of observation, to the advancement of knowledge, and the diffusion of learning.
We're a respectable middle-class family, living at Highgate."
"We don't live at Highgate, but we're middle class too, I suppose."
"We arrested him," replied the sergeant gravely, "just as he was coming out of the police station at Highgate
, where he had deposited all his master's money in the care of Inspector Robinson."
They had been seen at Highgate
, and even, it was said, at Neasden.
Even in the brains of the wildest speculators, there had sprung up no long rows of streets connecting Highgate
with Whitechapel, no assemblages of palaces in the swampy levels, nor little cities in the open fields.
Thus, they had toiled along the dusty road, taking little heed of any object within sight, save when they stepped aside to allow a wider passage for the mail-coaches which were whirling out of town, until they passed through Highgate
archway; when the foremost traveller stopped and called impatiently to his companion,