by Charles Green, 1898. Gadshill Edition
(Charles Dickens Museum, 48 Doughty Street, London WC1N 2LF)
Miss Havisham laid a hand upon my shoulder. In her other hand she had a crutch-headed stick on which she leaned, and she looked like the Witch of the place.
"This," said she pointing to the long table with her stick, "is where I shall be laid when I am dead. They shall come and look at me here." [Chapter 11]