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“The porters I asked were not very clear about Shaphambury, but the booking-office clerk was helpful, and we puzzled out all I wanted to know.”
“He called to the abbe and begged him to engage the whole coupe for him that very evening if the booking-office were still open.”
“He passed through the booking-office, and looked at the paper”
“They ran down the staircase — Elfride first — to the booking-office, and into a carriage with an official standing beside the door.”
“Then I approached the tiny booking-office and took a ticket for”
“That was arranged, and we were tearing back rather short in the wind when I espied a figure sitting on a bench beside the booking-office on the pier.”
“His roots, his earthly possessions, were all downstairs in the booking-office.”
“They walked back through the thronged streets to Vauxhall station, saying little to one another, and there Lewisham, assuming as indifferent a manner as he could command, recovered their possessions from the booking-office by means of two separate tickets and put them aboard a four-wheeler.”
“We are drawn through the booking-office on to the platform as a stream draws twigs and straws round the piers of a bridge.”
“Neville, in long coats, carrying handbags, by the booking-office.”
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