Two leaves (four pages) in the Patterson archive comprise the pamphlet the “Extraordinary Gazette,” inserted in the second number of “Bentley’s Miscellany” for February, 1837.  This item is the first leaf of the “Extraordinary Gazette.”  Oliver Twist is not referred to in the “Speech” as Dickens cleverly mentions it only as the “punch line” in a “note of the reporter” at the end of the pamphlet.  In this “note” the “reporter” writes: “His Mightiness incorporated with his speech on general topics some especial reference to one "Oliver Twist," not directly understanding the illusion, we have abstained from giving it.”  The “Phiz” illustration shows Dickens making the speech as “His Mightiness.”