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Left to right: (a) Then he stood before the fire. (b) I carefully examined the writing. (c) Taking up a glowing cinder with the tongs

Left to right: (a) Holmes gave me a sketch of the events. (b) I fell into a brown study.

Left to right: (a) He held it up. (b) Nothing could be better

Left to right: (a) We had the compartment to ourselves. (b) “Holmes,” I cried. “You are too late,” (c) Holmes pulled out his watch

Left to right: (a) A very seedy felt hat. (b) He broke the seal and glanced over the contents

Left to right: (a) “Trevor used to come in and inquire after me”. (b) The key of the riddle was in my hand

Left to right: (a) A curious collection. (b) What do you make of that?

Left to right: (a) Holmes was working hard over a chemical investigation. (b) The view was sordid enough “My collection of M's is a fine one,” said he.

Left to right: (a) Two of his knuckles were burst and bleeding. (b) “That is Baskerville Hall in the middle” (c) “Be ready in half an hour”.

Left to right: (a) There he sat upon a stone. (b) A retrospection. (c) Sherlock Holmes was standing smiling at me across my study desk.


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