Excerpt from Will Is the Cause of Woe, Vol. 3 of 3: A Novel
This little episode over, the money looked on as gone and so best forgotten, the question arose as to what had best be done to get through a couple of hours, the very least period they were likely to be detained. Indeed, remain in the carriage they could not, unless they chose to submit to being shunted every five minutes, and bumped against first one thing and then another. They were told all the packages could be left in it safely and the door would be locked, but that they had better get out themselves, which they accordingly did.
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