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1  Telegram, Van Helsing, Antwerp, to Seward, Carfax.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XI
2  They have now gone off to Carfax, with means to get into the house.
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3  We broke house at Carfax, but we had night and a walled park to protect us.
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4  We entered Carfax without trouble and found all things the same as on the first occasion.
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5  I shall try to see the carter who took away the boxes from Carfax when Renfield attacked them.
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6  I expected to see him in some shape go back to Carfax; but he evidently sought some other lair.
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7  I went back to Smollet, and asked him if he could tell us if any other boxes had been taken from Carfax.
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8  He is as yet only suspicious; and he went from Carfax first to the place where he would suspect interference least.
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9  Of one thing I am now satisfied: that all the boxes which arrived at Whitby from Varna in the Demeter were safely deposited in the old chapel at Carfax.
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10  I ran back at once, told the watchman to get three or four men immediately and follow me into the grounds of Carfax, in case our friend might be dangerous.
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11  We know from the inquiry of Jonathan that from the castle to Whitby came fifty boxes of earth, all of which were delivered at Carfax; we also know that at least some of these boxes have been removed.
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12  I remembered my experience of the investigation and purchase of Carfax, and I could not but feel that if I could find the former owner there might be some means discovered of gaining access to the house.
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13  By good fortune, the men who did the teaming were waiting for work, and the official at once sent them over, sending also by one of them the way-bill and all the papers connected with the delivery of the boxes at Carfax.
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14  As to the disposal of forces, it was suggested by the Professor that, after our visit to Carfax, we should all enter the house in Piccadilly; that the two doctors and I should remain there, whilst Lord Godalming and Quincey found the lairs at Walworth and Mile End and destroyed them.
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