This is from Charles Dickens' Little Dorrit, Chapter 16:

As often as he began to consider how to increase this inheritance, or to lay it by, so often his misgiving that there was some one with an unsatisfied claim upon his justice, returned;

What does "unsatisfied claim upon his justice" mean in the above passage?


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