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The will is very clear upon that point. You don't comply with the conditions if you budge from the office during that time. Duncan Ross, 'neither sickness, nor business, nor anything else.

There you must stay, or you lose your billet. You must find your own ink, pens, and blotting paper, but we provide this table and chair. Will you be ready to-morrow? Jabez Wilson, and let me congratulate you once more on the important position which you have been fortunate enough to gain.

It seemed altogether past belief that anyone could make such a will, or that they would pay such a sum for doing anything so simple as copying out the 'Encyclopaedia Britannica. However, in the morning I determined to have a look at it anyhow, so I bought a penny bottle of ink, and with a quill pen and seven sheets of foolscap paper I started off for Pope's Court. The table was set out ready for me, and Mr. Duncan Ross was there to see that I got fairly to work.

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He started me off upon the letter A, and then he left me; but he would drop in from time to time to see that all was right with me. At two o'clock he bade me good-day, complimented me upon the amount that I had written, and locked the door of the office after me. Holmes, and on Saturday the manager came in and planked down four golden sovereigns for my week's work.

It was the same next week, and the same the week after. Every morning I was there at ten, and every afternoon I left at two. By degrees Mr. Duncan Ross took to coming in only once of a morning, and then, after a time, he did not come in at all. Still, of course, I never dared to leave the room for an instant, for I was not sure when he might come, and the billet was such a good one, and suited me so well, that I would not risk the loss of it.

It cost me something in foolscap, and I had pretty nearly filled a shelf with my writings. And then suddenly the whole business came to an end.

And no later than this morning. I went to my work as usual at ten o'clock, but the door was shut and locked, with a little square of cardboard hammered onto the middle of the panel with a tack. Here it is, and you can read for yourself. It is most refreshingly unusual. But there is, if you will excuse my saying so, something just a little funny about it. Pray what steps did you take when you found the card upon the door?

I did not know what to do. Then I called at the offices round, but none of them seemed to know anything about it. Finally, I went to the landlord, who is an accountant living on the ground floor, and I asked him if he could tell me what had become of the Red-headed League. He said that he had never heard of any such body.

Then I asked him who Mr. Duncan Ross was. He answered that the name was new to him. He was a solicitor, and was using my room as a temporary convenience until his new premises were ready. He moved out yesterday. He did tell me the address.

Yes, 17 King Edward Street, near St. Holmes, but when I got to that address it was a manufactory of artificial knee-caps, and no one in it had ever heard of either Mr.

William Morris or Mr. Duncan Ross. But he could not help me in any way. He could only say that if I waited I should hear by post. But that was not quite good enough, Mr. I did not wish to lose such a place without a struggle, so, as I had heard that you were good enough to give advice to poor folk who were in need of it, I came right away to you. From what you have told me I think that it is possible that graver issues hang from it than might at first sight appear. Jabez Wilson. On the contrary, you are, as I understand, richer by some thirty pounds, to say nothing of the minute knowledge which you have gained on every subject which comes under the letter A.

You have lost nothing by them. But I want to find out about them, and who they are, and what their object was in playing this prank - if it was a prank - upon me. It was a pretty expensive joke for them, for it cost them two-and-thirty pounds. And, first, one or two questions, Mr. This assistant of yours who first called your attention to the advertisement - how long had he been with you? Has a white splash of acid upon his forehead.

He told me that a gypsy had done it for him when he was a lad. There's never very much to do of a morning. I shall be happy to give you an opinion upon the subject in the course of a day or two. Holmes, especially Thursday and Friday evenings, which is just before pay day; so it would suit me very well to earn a little in the mornings. Besides, I knew that my assistant was a good man, and that he would see to anything that turned up.

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If you leave, you forfeit your whole position forever. The will is very clear upon that point. You don't comply with the conditions if you budge from the office during that time. Duncan Ross, 'neither sickness, nor business, nor anything else.

There you must stay, or you lose your billet. You must find your own ink, pens, and blotting paper, but we provide this table and chair. Will you be ready to-morrow?

Jabez Wilson, and let me congratulate you once more on the important position which you have been fortunate enough to gain. It seemed altogether past belief that anyone could make such a will, or that they would pay such a sum for doing anything so simple as copying out the 'Encyclopaedia Britannica. However, in the morning I determined to have a look at it anyhow, so I bought a penny bottle of ink, and with a quill pen and seven sheets of foolscap paper I started off for Pope's Court.

The table was set out ready for me, and Mr. Duncan Ross was there to see that I got fairly to work. He started me off upon the letter A, and then he left me; but he would drop in from time to time to see that all was right with me.

At two o'clock he bade me good-day, complimented me upon the amount that I had written, and locked the door of the office after me. Holmes, and on Saturday the manager came in and planked down four golden sovereigns for my week's work.

It was the same next week, and the same the week after. Every morning I was there at ten, and every afternoon I left at two.

By degrees Mr. Duncan Ross took to coming in only once of a morning, and then, after a time, he did not come in at all. Still, of course, I never dared to leave the room for an instant, for I was not sure when he might come, and the billet was such a good one, and suited me so well, that I would not risk the loss of it.

It cost me something in foolscap, and I had pretty nearly filled a shelf with my writings. And then suddenly the whole business came to an end. And no later than this morning. I went to my work as usual at ten o'clock, but the door was shut and locked, with a little square of cardboard hammered onto the middle of the panel with a tack.

Here it is, and you can read for yourself. It is most refreshingly unusual. But there is, if you will excuse my saying so, something just a little funny about it.

Pray what steps did you take when you found the card upon the door? I did not know what to do. Then I called at the offices round, but none of them seemed to know anything about it. Finally, I went to the landlord, who is an accountant living on the ground floor, and I asked him if he could tell me what had become of the Red-headed League. He said that he had never heard of any such body.

Then I asked him who Mr. Duncan Ross was. He answered that the name was new to him.

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He was a solicitor, and was using my room as a temporary convenience until his new premises were ready. He moved out yesterday.

He did tell me the address. Yes, 17 King Edward Street, near St.

Holmes, but when I got to that address it was a manufactory of artificial knee-caps, and no one in it had ever heard of either Mr. William Morris or Mr. Duncan Ross. But he could not help me in any way. He could only say that if I waited I should hear by post.

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But that was not quite good enough, Mr. I did not wish to lose such a place without a struggle, so, as I had heard that you were good enough to give advice to poor folk who were in need of it, I came right away to you.

From what you have told me I think that it is possible that graver issues hang from it than might at first sight appear. Jabez Wilson. On the contrary, you are, as I understand, richer by some thirty pounds, to say nothing of the minute knowledge which you have gained on every subject which comes under the letter A. You have lost nothing by them.

But I want to find out about them, and who they are, and what their object was in playing this prank - if it was a prank - upon me. It was a pretty expensive joke for them, for it cost them two-and-thirty pounds. And, first, one or two questions, Mr. This assistant of yours who first called your attention to the advertisement - how long had he been with you?

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Unfortunately, the King allowed himself to be photographed with Adler, and she has the picture.

It is exceedingly unfortunate that you should be a bachelor. I used to be able to keep two assistants, but now I only keep one; and I would have a job to pay him but that he is willing to come for half wages, so as to learn the business. If my hair would only change color here's a nice little crib all ready for me to step into. This is what began it all.

Toller into the wine cellar and then lock her in, if possible.