1 All our work is undone; we must begin again.
2 If there be no way open to get in, we must make one.
3 His is a curious case indeed; we must watch him to-night.
4 But if there be some missing, we must search until we find them.
5 You and I must watch the case, and we must have none other to know.
6 We have here much data, and we must proceed to lay out our campaign.
7 There may be a solemn duty; and if it come we must not shrink from it.
8 I sometimes think we must be all mad and that we shall wake to sanity in strait-waistcoats.
9 But that is gone; and we must so work, that other poor souls perish not, whilst we can save.
10 The suffusion of the brain will increase quickly, so we must trephine at once or it may be too late.
11 But we live and learn, and in our present task we must take no chance, as my friend Quincey would say.
12 If so, we must look out for squalls, for a strong man with homicidal and religious mania at once might be dangerous.
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 It may be ordained that we have many nights and days to follow, if full of peril; but we must go on, and from no danger shall we shrink.
15 Then our promise shall be made to each other anew; for there is a terrible task before us, and once our feet are on the ploughshare we must not draw back.
16 I dread coming up to London, as we must do the day after to-morrow; for poor Mr. Hawkins left in his will that he was to be buried in the grave with his father.
17 It was only when I told him that we should want him to help us during the day, and that we must not all break down for want of rest, lest Lucy should suffer, that he agreed to go.
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