The Adventure of the Empty House – Part 5

Put the sentences of the story in the correct order.
Put the sentences of the story in the correct order.
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No sound was heard from the room until eleven-twenty, the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth and her daughter.

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The door was locked on the inside, and no answer could be got to their cries and knocking.

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Help was obtained, and the door forced.

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She had lit a fire there, and as it smoked she had opened the window.

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His mother and sister were out spending the evening with a relation.

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The servant deposed that she heard him enter the front room on the second floor, generally used as his sitting-room.

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On the evening of the crime, he returned from the club exactly at ten.

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Desiring to say good-night, she attempted to enter her son’s room.

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His head had been horribly mutilated by an expanding revolver bullet, but no weapon of any sort was to be found in the room.

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There were some figures also upon a sheet of paper, with the names of some club friends opposite to them, from which it was conjectured that before his death he was endeavouring to make out his losses or winnings at cards.

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The unfortunate young man was found lying near the table.

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On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold, the money arranged in little piles of varying amount.

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No sound was heard from the room until eleven-twenty, the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth and her daughter.

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The door was locked on the inside, and no answer could be got to their cries and knocking.

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Help was obtained, and the door forced.

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She had lit a fire there, and as it smoked she had opened the window.

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His mother and sister were out spending the evening with a relation.

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The servant deposed that she heard him enter the front room on the second floor, generally used as his sitting-room.

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On the evening of the crime, he returned from the club exactly at ten.

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Desiring to say good-night, she attempted to enter her son’s room.

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His head had been horribly mutilated by an expanding revolver bullet, but no weapon of any sort was to be found in the room.

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There were some figures also upon a sheet of paper, with the names of some club friends opposite to them, from which it was conjectured that before his death he was endeavouring to make out his losses or winnings at cards.

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The unfortunate young man was found lying near the table.

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On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold, the money arranged in little piles of varying amount.

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No sound was heard from the room until eleven-twenty, the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth and her daughter.

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The door was locked on the inside, and no answer could be got to their cries and knocking.

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Help was obtained, and the door forced.

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She had lit a fire there, and as it smoked she had opened the window.

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His mother and sister were out spending the evening with a relation.

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The servant deposed that she heard him enter the front room on the second floor, generally used as his sitting-room.

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On the evening of the crime, he returned from the club exactly at ten.

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Desiring to say good-night, she attempted to enter her son’s room.

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His head had been horribly mutilated by an expanding revolver bullet, but no weapon of any sort was to be found in the room.

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There were some figures also upon a sheet of paper, with the names of some club friends opposite to them, from which it was conjectured that before his death he was endeavouring to make out his losses or winnings at cards.

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The unfortunate young man was found lying near the table.

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On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold, the money arranged in little piles of varying amount.

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No sound was heard from the room until eleven-twenty, the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth and her daughter.

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The door was locked on the inside, and no answer could be got to their cries and knocking.

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Help was obtained, and the door forced.

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She had lit a fire there, and as it smoked she had opened the window.

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His mother and sister were out spending the evening with a relation.

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The servant deposed that she heard him enter the front room on the second floor, generally used as his sitting-room.

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On the evening of the crime, he returned from the club exactly at ten.

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Desiring to say good-night, she attempted to enter her son’s room.

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His head had been horribly mutilated by an expanding revolver bullet, but no weapon of any sort was to be found in the room.

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There were some figures also upon a sheet of paper, with the names of some club friends opposite to them, from which it was conjectured that before his death he was endeavouring to make out his losses or winnings at cards.

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The unfortunate young man was found lying near the table.

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On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold, the money arranged in little piles of varying amount.

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No sound was heard from the room until eleven-twenty, the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth and her daughter.

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The door was locked on the inside, and no answer could be got to their cries and knocking.

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Help was obtained, and the door forced.

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She had lit a fire there, and as it smoked she had opened the window.

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His mother and sister were out spending the evening with a relation.

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The servant deposed that she heard him enter the front room on the second floor, generally used as his sitting-room.

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On the evening of the crime, he returned from the club exactly at ten.

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Desiring to say good-night, she attempted to enter her son’s room.

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His head had been horribly mutilated by an expanding revolver bullet, but no weapon of any sort was to be found in the room.

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There were some figures also upon a sheet of paper, with the names of some club friends opposite to them, from which it was conjectured that before his death he was endeavouring to make out his losses or winnings at cards.

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The unfortunate young man was found lying near the table.

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On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold, the money arranged in little piles of varying amount.

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No sound was heard from the room until eleven-twenty, the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth and her daughter.

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The door was locked on the inside, and no answer could be got to their cries and knocking.

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Help was obtained, and the door forced.

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She had lit a fire there, and as it smoked she had opened the window.

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His mother and sister were out spending the evening with a relation.

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The servant deposed that she heard him enter the front room on the second floor, generally used as his sitting-room.

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On the evening of the crime, he returned from the club exactly at ten.

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Desiring to say good-night, she attempted to enter her son’s room.

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His head had been horribly mutilated by an expanding revolver bullet, but no weapon of any sort was to be found in the room.

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There were some figures also upon a sheet of paper, with the names of some club friends opposite to them, from which it was conjectured that before his death he was endeavouring to make out his losses or winnings at cards.

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The unfortunate young man was found lying near the table.

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On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold, the money arranged in little piles of varying amount.

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No sound was heard from the room until eleven-twenty, the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth and her daughter.

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The door was locked on the inside, and no answer could be got to their cries and knocking.

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Help was obtained, and the door forced.

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She had lit a fire there, and as it smoked she had opened the window.

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His mother and sister were out spending the evening with a relation.

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The servant deposed that she heard him enter the front room on the second floor, generally used as his sitting-room.

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On the evening of the crime, he returned from the club exactly at ten.

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Desiring to say good-night, she attempted to enter her son’s room.

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His head had been horribly mutilated by an expanding revolver bullet, but no weapon of any sort was to be found in the room.

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There were some figures also upon a sheet of paper, with the names of some club friends opposite to them, from which it was conjectured that before his death he was endeavouring to make out his losses or winnings at cards.

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The unfortunate young man was found lying near the table.

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On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold, the money arranged in little piles of varying amount.

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No sound was heard from the room until eleven-twenty, the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth and her daughter.

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The door was locked on the inside, and no answer could be got to their cries and knocking.

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Help was obtained, and the door forced.

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She had lit a fire there, and as it smoked she had opened the window.

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His mother and sister were out spending the evening with a relation.

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The servant deposed that she heard him enter the front room on the second floor, generally used as his sitting-room.

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On the evening of the crime, he returned from the club exactly at ten.

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Desiring to say good-night, she attempted to enter her son’s room.

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His head had been horribly mutilated by an expanding revolver bullet, but no weapon of any sort was to be found in the room.

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There were some figures also upon a sheet of paper, with the names of some club friends opposite to them, from which it was conjectured that before his death he was endeavouring to make out his losses or winnings at cards.

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The unfortunate young man was found lying near the table.

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On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold, the money arranged in little piles of varying amount.

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No sound was heard from the room until eleven-twenty, the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth and her daughter.

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The door was locked on the inside, and no answer could be got to their cries and knocking.

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Help was obtained, and the door forced.

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She had lit a fire there, and as it smoked she had opened the window.

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His mother and sister were out spending the evening with a relation.

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The servant deposed that she heard him enter the front room on the second floor, generally used as his sitting-room.

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On the evening of the crime, he returned from the club exactly at ten.

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Desiring to say good-night, she attempted to enter her son’s room.

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His head had been horribly mutilated by an expanding revolver bullet, but no weapon of any sort was to be found in the room.

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There were some figures also upon a sheet of paper, with the names of some club friends opposite to them, from which it was conjectured that before his death he was endeavouring to make out his losses or winnings at cards.

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The unfortunate young man was found lying near the table.

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On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold, the money arranged in little piles of varying amount.

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No sound was heard from the room until eleven-twenty, the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth and her daughter.

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The door was locked on the inside, and no answer could be got to their cries and knocking.

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Help was obtained, and the door forced.

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She had lit a fire there, and as it smoked she had opened the window.

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His mother and sister were out spending the evening with a relation.

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The servant deposed that she heard him enter the front room on the second floor, generally used as his sitting-room.

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On the evening of the crime, he returned from the club exactly at ten.

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Desiring to say good-night, she attempted to enter her son’s room.

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His head had been horribly mutilated by an expanding revolver bullet, but no weapon of any sort was to be found in the room.

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There were some figures also upon a sheet of paper, with the names of some club friends opposite to them, from which it was conjectured that before his death he was endeavouring to make out his losses or winnings at cards.

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The unfortunate young man was found lying near the table.

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On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold, the money arranged in little piles of varying amount.

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No sound was heard from the room until eleven-twenty, the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth and her daughter.

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The door was locked on the inside, and no answer could be got to their cries and knocking.

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Help was obtained, and the door forced.

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She had lit a fire there, and as it smoked she had opened the window.

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His mother and sister were out spending the evening with a relation.

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The servant deposed that she heard him enter the front room on the second floor, generally used as his sitting-room.

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On the evening of the crime, he returned from the club exactly at ten.

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Desiring to say good-night, she attempted to enter her son’s room.

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His head had been horribly mutilated by an expanding revolver bullet, but no weapon of any sort was to be found in the room.

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There were some figures also upon a sheet of paper, with the names of some club friends opposite to them, from which it was conjectured that before his death he was endeavouring to make out his losses or winnings at cards.

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The unfortunate young man was found lying near the table.

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On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold, the money arranged in little piles of varying amount.

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No sound was heard from the room until eleven-twenty, the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth and her daughter.

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The door was locked on the inside, and no answer could be got to their cries and knocking.

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Help was obtained, and the door forced.

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She had lit a fire there, and as it smoked she had opened the window.

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His mother and sister were out spending the evening with a relation.

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The servant deposed that she heard him enter the front room on the second floor, generally used as his sitting-room.

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On the evening of the crime, he returned from the club exactly at ten.

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Desiring to say good-night, she attempted to enter her son’s room.

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His head had been horribly mutilated by an expanding revolver bullet, but no weapon of any sort was to be found in the room.

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There were some figures also upon a sheet of paper, with the names of some club friends opposite to them, from which it was conjectured that before his death he was endeavouring to make out his losses or winnings at cards.

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The unfortunate young man was found lying near the table.

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On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold, the money arranged in little piles of varying amount.

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