1 It is in the hold, perhaps in one of those boxes.
2 As there were only the big wooden boxes, there were no odd corners where a man could hide.
3 I shall try to see the carter who took away the boxes from Carfax when Renfield attacked them.
4 No harm has come to us such as I feared might be and yet we have ascertained how many boxes are missing.
5 I went back to Smollet, and asked him if he could tell us if any other boxes had been taken from Carfax.
6 Harker has got the letters between the consignee of the boxes at Whitby and the carriers in London who took charge of them.
7 My fear was justified when I saw the same cart which had passed before coming down the road, having on it some great wooden boxes.
8 We now know of twenty-one boxes having been removed, and if it be that several were taken in any of these removals we may be able to trace them all.
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.
10 They all knew that I was busy, and that my stay was short, and Mr. Billington had ready in his office all the papers concerning the consignment of boxes.
11 They said that if it had not been for the way their strength had been spent in carrying and raising the heavy boxes to the cart they would have made short work of him.
12 As I write there is in the passage below a sound of many tramping feet and the crash of weights being set down heavily, doubtless the boxes, with their freight of earth.
13 Unconsciously we had all moved towards the door, and as we moved I noticed that the dust had been much disturbed: the boxes which had been taken out had been brought this way.
14 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.
15 The leiter-wagons contained great, square boxes, with handles of thick rope; these were evidently empty by the ease with which the Slovaks handled them, and by their resonance as they were roughly moved.
16 The roof was broken, and in two places were steps leading to vaults, but the ground had recently been dug over, and the earth placed in great wooden boxes, manifestly those which had been brought by the Slovaks.
17 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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