The Analytical Chemist
The surly butler of the high society Veneerings never speaks a word, but his thoughts about their phony friends make him one of Dickens’s funniest characters: “Chablis Sir? You wouldn’t if you knew what it was made of. . . . Come down and be poisoned, ye unhappy children of men!”
Kyd. Illustrations of Character s in Dickens's Our Mutual Friend.