1 Van Helsing slapped him on the shoulder.
2 Telegram, Seward, London, to Van Helsing, Amsterdam.
3 Telegram, Seward, London, to Van Helsing, Amsterdam.
4 Telegram, Seward, London, to Van Helsing, Amsterdam.
5 By the bedside sat Van Helsing, looking at her intently.
6 Van Helsing made a very careful examination of the patient.
7 Then Van Helsing beckoned to me, and we went gently out of the room.
8 Then with swiftness, but with absolute method, Van Helsing performed the operation.
9 Van Helsing took some things from his bag and laid them on a little table out of sight.
10 I believe Van Helsing saw it, too, for I saw the quick look under his bushy brows that I knew of old.
11 I sent a short wire to Van Helsing and to Arthur, telling them of the excellent result of the operation.
12 The blind was down, and I went over to raise it gently, whilst Van Helsing stepped, with his soft, cat-like tread, over to the bed.
13 Van Helsing would, I know, do anything for me for a personal reason, so, no matter on what ground he comes, we must accept his wishes.
14 When Van Helsing had seen her, he went out for a walk, leaving me in charge, with strict injunctions that I was not to leave her for a moment.
15 Van Helsing raised his foot to stamp in anger, but the instinct of his life and all the long years of habit stood to him, and he put it down again softly.
16 I am in doubt, and so have done the best thing I know of; I have written to my old friend and master, Professor Van Helsing, of Amsterdam, who knows as much about obscure diseases as any one in the world.
17 A telegram came from Van Helsing at Amsterdam whilst I was at dinner, suggesting that I should be at Hillingham to-night, as it might be well to be at hand, and stating that he was leaving by the night mail and would join me early in the morning.
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