1 I have not had the heart to write.
2 No sleep now, so I may as well write.
3 So here I stay, and mind the helm, and write these notes.
4 The dear fellow has been ill; that is why he did not write.
5 I must write no more; I must keep it to say to Jonathan, my husband.
6 I shall write some letters home, and shall try to get them to have them posted.
7 I am blushing as I write, for although I think he loves me, he has not told me so in words.
8 To-day is a grey day, and the sun as I write is hidden in thick clouds, high over Kettleness.
9 I am not sleepy, and, as I am not to be called till I awake, naturally I write till sleep comes.
10 He and I sometimes write letters in shorthand, and he is keeping a stenographic journal of his travels abroad.
11 I am getting quite uneasy about him, though why I should I do not know; but I do wish that he would write, if it were only a single line.
12 If I only knew where to write to or where to go to, I should feel easier; but no one has heard a word of Jonathan since that last letter.
13 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.
14 So I determined to write only formal notes now, but to write fully to Mr. Hawkins in secret, and also to Mina, for to her I could write in shorthand, which would puzzle the Count, if he did see it.
15 He wishes me to convey his love, and to say that by this post I write for him to Mr. Peter Hawkins, Exeter, to say, with his dutiful respects, that he is sorry for his delay, and that all of his work is completed.
16 When we are married I shall be able to be useful to Jonathan, and if I can stenograph well enough I can take down what he wants to say in this way and write it out for him on the typewriter, at which also I am practising very hard.
17 Last night the Count asked me in the suavest tones to write three letters, one saying that my work here was nearly done, and that I should start for home within a few days, another that I was starting on the next morning from the time of the letter, and the third that I had left the castle and arrived at Bistritz.
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