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Hi!

"Our quest is practically finished. I shall call with the King to-morrow, and with you, if you care to come with us. We will be shown into the sitting-room to wait for the lady, but it is probable that when she comes she may find neither us nor the photograph. It might be a satisfaction to his Majesty to regain it with his own hands."

"And when will you call?"

"At eight in the morning. She will not be up, so that we shall have a clear field. Besides, we must be prompt, for this marriage may mean a complete change in her life and habits. I must wire to the King without delay."

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“Call with”?

Does this mean, “to meet”?

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1. "Our quest is practically finished. I shall call with the King to-morrow, and with you, if you care to come with us.
“Call with”?-- Visit together with

2.

"Then, come. I am all impatience to be gone."

“to be gone” here, means, “to be going”? -- Yes, to leave. “I am impatient to go right now”
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I see....

Thanks a lot, Mister Micawber.....