1 Letter, Van Helsing to Mrs. Harker.
2 Letter, Mrs. Harker to Van Helsing.
3 Letter, Mina Harker to Lucy Westenra.
4 Letter, Lucy Westenra to Mina Harker.
5 Letter, Mina Harker to Lucy Westenra.
6 Letter, Mina Harker to Lucy Westenra.
7 Telegram, Mrs. Harker to Van Helsing.
8 Harker is out, following up clues; and so are Lord Godalming and Quincey.
9 Mrs. Harker says that they are knitting together in chronological order every scrap of evidence they have.
10 Harker has got the letters between the consignee of the boxes at Whitby and the carriers in London who took charge of them.
11 Looking at my watch, I saw that I should go to the station to meet Van Helsing, so I told Mrs. Harker that it was time to leave.
12 So Van Helsing has gone to confer with Mrs. Harker and Harker; Quincey and Art are all out following up the clues as to the earth-boxes.
13 Mrs. Harker gave us a cup of tea, and I can honestly say that, for the first time since I have lived in it, this old house seemed like home.
14 We beg, with regard to the desire of your Lordship, expressed by Mr. Harker on your behalf, to supply the following information concerning the sale and purchase of No.
15 I believe that, had I not had the chat with Harker and read the letters and the dates of his outbursts, I should have been prepared to sign for him after a brief time of observation.
16 I got her luggage, which included a typewriter, and we took the Underground to Fenchurch Street, after I had sent a wire to my housekeeper to have a sitting-room and bedroom prepared at once for Mrs. Harker.
17 Take the papers that are with this, the diaries of Harker and the rest, and read them, and then find this great Un-Dead, and cut off his head and burn his heart or drive a stake through it, so that the world may rest from him.
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