He must have stayed in the room some little time after the murder, for we found blood-stained water in the basin, where he had washed his hands, and marks on the sheets where he had deliberately wiped his knife.
I must have news of Salisbury from the south; and of Beauchamp, in Warwickshire; and of Multon and Percy in the north.
She was sent back, however, in a moment by the entrance of Captain Wentworth himself, among a party of gentlemen and ladies, evidently his acquaintance, and whom he must have joined a little below Milsom Street.
His good looks and his rank had one fair claim on his attachment; since to them he must have owed a wife of very superior character to any thing deserved by his own.
Surely not; and it must have been a passing impulse only which had led him to address her so softly.
It must have been a very long time ago, upon one of his previous visits to the ranch.
Here, if ever, he must have a sense of her nearness.
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