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The Stories of the Three Burglars, by Frank R. Stockton

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But I had business to attend to before I could go upstairs. In thinking over and arranging this plan for the capture of burglars, I had carefully considered its various processes, and had provided against all the contingencies I could think of; therefore I was not now obliged to deliberate what I should do. “Keep your eye on them,” said I to David, “and if one of them moves be ready for him. The first thing to do is to tie them hand and foot.”