At length, when nine o'clock had come, and they began to thinkthey were to hear no more that night, Mr. Losberne and Mr.Grimwig entered the room, followed by Mr. Brownlow and a man whomOliver almost shrieked with surprise to see; for they told him itwas his brother, and it was the same man he had met at themarket-town, and seen looking in with Fagin at the window of hislittle room. Monks cast a look of hate, which, even then, hecould not dissemble, at the astonished boy, and sat down near thedoor. Mr. Brownlow, who had papers in his hand, walked to atable near which Rose and Oliver were seated.。， CHAPTER L
'Harry? As soon as he had seen your friend here, safe in a coachwith you, he hurried off to where he heard this,' replied thedoctor, 'and mounting his horse sallied forth to join the firstparty at some place in the outskirts agreed upon between them.'。， 'We must let him in,' he said, taking up the candle.
。， There was a shed in a field he passed, that offered shelter forthe night. Before the door, were three tall poplar trees, whichmade it very dark within; and the wind moaned through them with adismal wail. He COULD NOT walk on, till daylight came again; andhere he stretched himself close to the wall--to undergo newtorture.