On the afternoon of Christmas Eve 1869, George Dolby could be found relaxing at his family home in Ross-on-Wye, a small riverside town in Herefordshire, England. The cheerful atmosphere was suddenly interrupted by the delivery of a desperate message:
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The sender—none other than Charles Dickens—would have an answer before the day was out. But would he have his Christmas turkey?
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