There in the centre lay the unhappy maid where she had fallen
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Illustration for Arthur Conan Doyle's “The Hound of the Baskervilles,” p. 349.
Passage illustrated: “The company had come to a halt, more sober men, as you may guess, than when they started. The most of them would by no means advance, but three of them, the boldest, or it may be the most drunken, rode forward down the goyal. Now, it opened into a broad space in which stood two of those great stones, still to be seen there, which were set by certain forgotten peoples in the days of old. The moon was shining bright upon the clearing, and there in the centre lay the unhappy maid where she had fallen, dead of fear and of fatigue.” [continued below]