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The Landlady and William and Mary Summary

Billy Weaver has moved to London looking for a place to stay. He is sent to a good hotel, but comes across a bed and breakfast on the way. The landlady invites him in and tells him about the hotel and the people that have stayed there. Weaver agrees to stay because the price in very cheap, and learns he will be the only one staying there. The landlady keeps calling him by the wrong name and referring to other young men who stayed there. Weaver seems to recognize two of the young men's names when he sees them in the register. He says he seems to remember them mentioned somewhere, almost as if they were famous for the same thing. The landlady brushes it off, but Weaver recalls one of the men had been out for...

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