noggs, Ralph Nickleby's one-eyed clerk, was there to see him off, and put a letter into his hand as he started.
But it was only a friend of Mr. noggs, who lived upstairs, and who had come down to say that Mr. noggs was wanted.
The letter noggs had given him he remembered at last to read.
He tried hard for some days to find a situation, but failed, and he would not take money from noggs, who was so poor himself.
I saw you were anxious, and thought it might be about Mr noggs; that's all.'
I have a brother, Mr. noggs—the only relation I have—and all that time I never saw him once.