Pip admits to developing a few expensive habits, becoming more comfortable with spending someone else’s money. He’s moving forward with his “education” (learning the ins & outs of London society life).
He heads off to dinner at Wemmick’s one night. On their walk to his house, Wemmick tells Pip that he has a fine fowl for dinner, the best in the shop, at no cost, from a former client. He also tells him that Jaggers will soon be extending an invitation to Pip for dinner, along with some of Pip’s new friends.
Pip learns that Jaggers never locks a single door or window at night!
“Is he never robbed?” asks Pip.