1 Telegram, Arthur Holmwood to Seward.
2 Letter, Arthur Holmwood to Dr. Seward.
3 Letter from Dr. Seward to Arthur Holmwood.
4 Telegram, Van Helsing, Antwerp, to Seward, Carfax.
5 Telegram, Seward, London, to Van Helsing, Amsterdam.
6 Telegram, Seward, London, to Van Helsing, Amsterdam.
7 Telegram, Seward, London, to Van Helsing, Amsterdam.
8 There will only be one other, our old pal at the Korea, Jack Seward.
9 Dr. Seward was out on business, and had taken Jonathan with him, so I had to see them.
10 I told you of him, Dr. John Seward, the lunatic-asylum man, with the strong jaw and the good forehead.
11 Professor Van Helsing took the head of the table, to which Dr. Seward motioned him as he came into the room.
12 Dr. Seward tried one or two skeleton keys, his mechanical dexterity as a surgeon standing him in good stead.
13 I am sure it is only necessary to put before so admirable a practitioner as Dr. Seward so simple, yet so momentous a wish, to ensure its fulfilment.
14 Dr. Seward is loved not only by his household and his friends, but even by his patients, who, being some of them hardly in mental equilibrium, are apt to distort causes and effects.
15 When Dr. Seward saw me he jumped up with a horrified exclamation, and hurriedly taking a case-bottle from a cupboard, gave me some brandy, which in a few minutes somewhat restored me.
16 And I am sure that you, Dr. Seward, humanitarian and medico-jurist as well as scientist, will deem it a moral duty to deal with me as one to be considered as under exceptional circumstances.
17 It was late when I got through, but Dr. Seward went about his work of going his round of the patients; when he had finished he came back and sat near me, reading, so that I did not feel too lonely whilst I worked.
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