Well, I don't see the money, and I bet I never shall
Badly hurt, but he's not in any pain
Don't let him in!
Mr. White wishes for £200 with the monkey's paw to pay off the house. Nothing shows up, and Herbert says, "Well, I dont see the money, and I bet I never shall." This is important because it foreshadows that Herbert was going to die.
A mysterious man comes to the White's house and tells them that Herbert was killed by machinery. They are told that they will be given £200 as compensation. This causes Mr. White to pass out because his wish costed Herbert his life.
Mrs White begs Mr. White to wish Herbet back alive, and he gives in. He doesn't want to because he is scared Herbert will come back mutilated. He grabs the paw and uses his last wish for what we can guess, Herbert to go away. Mrs. White opens the door seeing nothing.