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LETTER, MINA HARKER TO LUCY WESTENRA.
Buda-Pesth, 24 August.
"My dearest Lucy, "I know you will be anxious to hear all that has happened since we parted at the railway station at Whitby.
"Well, my dear, I got to Hull all right, and caught the boat to Hamburg, and then the train on here.
I feel that I can hardly recall anything of the journey, except that I knew I was coming to Jonathan, and that as I should have to do some nursing, I had better get all the sleep I could.
I found my dear one, oh, so thin and pale and weak-looking.
All the resolution has gone out of his dear eyes, and that quiet dignity which I told you was in his face has vanished.
He is only a wreck of himself, and he does not remember anything that has happened to him for a long time past.
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