The Monkey's Paw
"The firm wished me to convey their sincere sympathy with you in your great loss," he said, without looking round. "I beg that you will understand I am only their servant and merely obeying orders." (2.25)
"No," she cried, triumphantly; "we'll have one more. Go down and get it quickly, and wish our boy alive again." (3.17)
"We had the first wish granted," said the old woman, feverishly; "why not the second."
"A coincidence," stammered the old man. (3.22)