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"I have sent to you to-day by separate registered post a parcel containing the following, which I have just received from Mr. Maw's office:
1. The gold watch with its chain.
2. The piece of brown paper in which it was wrapped up when posted to Telegraph House.
3. A small white cardboard box in which the watch with its chain was apparently placed wrapped up in tissue paper."
"You will see that there is a registration label on the wrapping, which would appear to indicate that the parcel was posted by someone in London to Telegraph House in the first instance. It was then forwarded from Telegraph House to Dora Russell, who subsequently took it to Mr. Maw's office."
1936 Coward, Chance & Co.
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