He is hung over from drinking too much wine.
He cannot see a clock from his bed.
All is quiet and silent outside in the street.
Jacob Marley had predicted that the spirits would visit him on three separate and successive nights.
Scrooge cannot tell time.
A boy in the street
A girl in the street
A fruit basket.
A prize turkey for dinner.
A large goose for dinner.
A large duck for dinner.
A partridge in a pear tree.
The charitable gentlemen, to whom Scrooge now makes a contribution.
His nephew Fred's