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Gang ye in there, and up the stairs, and bring me down the chest that's at the top.
When he came down stairs and joined the lady who wouldn't let me come up, he gave me the pieces for you, and I was to say, "With Mr Alfred Lammle's compliments on his leaving England.
Nine o'clock struck; and the minute-hand stole on to twenty minutes past the hour, before any more footsteps were heard on the stairs.
In descending the stairs the doctor accidentally knocked over the corpse, and finding him dead believed that he himself was the murderer.
But at that minute I heard the stiff outer glass door open heavily with a creak and slam violently; the sound echoed up the stairs.
Kitty and I are going up stairs to sit in my dressing room.
Mrs Brooks, thinking that the speaker was coming to rush out of the door, hastily retreated down the stairs.
The stairs were cut in the rock inside the mountain, and they were broad and not very steep, because they circled around like a cork-screw, and at the arched opening where the flight began the circle was quite big.
Through the narrow opening, a creaking of the broad wooden stairs of the old house became audible.
Its footfalls as it remounted the stairs were rapid, heavy and loud; they shook the house.
She then led the way to an arched recess on our right hand, beyond which I dimly discerned a broad flight of oaken stairs.
In five minutes or so it was ready--and Miss Karnegie was dispatched by her mother (who had other business on hand at the time) to take it up stairs.