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1  There is tramping of feet overhead, and ropes and chains are dragged along.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVI
2  There were also chains and ornaments, some jewelled, but all of them old and stained.
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3  Then there was the sound of rattling chains and the clanking of massive bolts drawn back.
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4  With hands that trembled with eagerness, I unhooked the chains and drew back the massive bolts.
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5  There is the creaking of a chain, and the loud tinkle as the check of the capstan falls into the rachet.
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6  I would have got out to make certain on the point, but some leaden lethargy seemed to chain my limbs and even my will.
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7  After a pause of a moment, he proceeded, in his stately way, to the door, drew back the ponderous bolts, unhooked the heavy chains, and began to draw it open.
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8  The door is shut, and the chains rattle; there is a grinding of the key in the lock; I can hear the key withdraw: then another door opens and shuts; I hear the creaking of lock and bolt.
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9  Send me away how you will and where you will; send keepers with me with whips and chains; let them take me in a strait-waistcoat, manacled and leg-ironed, even to a gaol; but let me go out of this.
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