CHAPTER XXVII

MINA HARKER’S JOURNAL 1 November.—All day long we have travelled, and at a good speed. The horses seem to know that they are being kindly…

CHAPTER XXVI

DR. SEWARD’S DIARY 29 October.—This is written in the train from Varna to Galatz. Last night we all assembled a little before the time of…

CHAPTER XXV

DR. SEWARD’S DIARY 11 October, Evening.—Jonathan Harker has asked me to note this, as he says he is hardly equal to the task, and he…

CHAPTER XXIV

DR. SEWARD’S PHONOGRAPH DIARY, SPOKEN BY VAN HELSING THIS to Jonathan Harker. You are to stay with your dear Madam Mina. We shall go to make…

CHAPTER XXIII

DR. SEWARD’S DIARY 3 October.—The time seemed terribly long whilst we were waiting for the coming of Godalming and Quincey Morris. The Professor tried to…

CHAPTER XXII

JONATHAN HARKER’S JOURNAL 3 October.—As I must do something or go mad, I write this diary. It is now six o’clock, and we are to…

CHAPTER XXI

DR. SEWARD’S DIARY 3 October.—Let me put down with exactness all that happened, as well as I can remember it, since last I made an…

CHAPTER XX

JONATHAN HARKER’S JOURNAL 1 October, evening.—I found Thomas Snelling in his house at Bethnal Green, but unhappily he was not in a condition to remember…

CHAPTER XIX

JONATHAN HARKER’S JOURNAL 1 October, 5 a. m.—I went with the party to the search with an easy mind, for I think I never saw…

CHAPTER XVIII

DR. SEWARD’S DIARY 30 September.—I got home at five o’clock, and found that Godalming and Morris had not only arrived, but had already studied the…