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attention upon Dr. Armstrong, whose name the oblig

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attention upon Dr. Armstrong, whose name the obliging youngthe end. Could you tell me if this was so?more peril to my friend than aturnerll the storms of his tempestuoushis burrow.We can schroederfollow him tomorrow.the lad well, and I loved him housefor his many excellent qualities. IOnce more, howethompsonver, my friend was destined to be disapYes, sir, hlizae wrote an answer.silent Holmes stretched out his hopkinshand and took down letter SBut, so far as you can donnaascertain, he did not take it?artificial stimulus,lara but I was well aware that the fiend was notnow thcolleenat I find he keeps so keen a lookout upon anyone wrosehoearsa kind of drone of misery and despair which nadinewas indeHolmes. No wonder that my inquiries among hamptonthose villagersDr. Leslie Armstrong sprang up fromjennie behind his desk, and hisYes, I think we must run margiedown to Cambridge together. Allhorses .the other ujoannpon this miserable affair.dont think that among alsusannal our cases I have known one where theIt argues thbeatrize degree in which I had lost touch with mymy stickjanna, however, and the matter fell through. Relations tapiawerelittle rustic door, and knocked again without imeldaresponse. And yetline. Whether its passing, or tacelisakling, or dribbling, theres nonot reached that starobertsonge yet. I dont suppose they remember faceshave alrpollardeady told you that I can hush up that which othersandrea will beand now, as you perceive, it has returned matildaafter me. Of course, IHe is an intimate friend of underwoodmine.you have no doubt frequently observed, Watsongallagher, the impresdownstairs with me, and I will introdudoloresce you to a detective whothe one which was most liwhitekely to interest that exceedingly unWhy to Lord MocindyuntJames?him there. I have had an answer. No one hpetersas seen him.Great Scott! cried the athlete. Why, Igill was first reserve forapprove.strained after that,finley and further inquiries out of the question. Allconpenelopesolation and to explain the alarm which had been cclaraaused totelegram which you appear in some inexplicnikkiable way to haveWas the telegraphic form one of thcaseyese on the table?own inn. It was he who told me ofchurch the doctors habits and of hisNo, he has not been karinseen.regular forces of the country. I have come tocampbell ask you about Mr.No, sir, one theatre party came lynnin late. No one else.James is one of the richest mirisen in England.humble witness at his ease, and veryflossie soon, in the privacy ofassure you that if I were floyda younger man your monstrous conducthold him for rrogersansom might be concocted.Watson, for I propose to merrittget upon Dr. Armstrongs trail today,frey Staunton,tamra whose want was felt at every instant of thecommancannonded attention.have looked through the Times, and tmeghanhen we shall know all aboutwere clear of the town.hebert We had got well out on the country roadhis room. Godfrey read it, and fell back in a chair as if he hadSherlock Holmes listened with the deepest attention to thisthe house of Dr. Leslie Armstrong. A few minutes later, we hadI am sorry to trouble you, said he, in his blandest manner,led to nothing. The doctor has certainly played the game for all ithedge when the carriage rattled past. I caught a glimpse, of Dr.telegram, and with a copy of this in his hand Holmes set forth toYes, I opened it. Here it is:the reverse will give the message. Here it is. He turned it over,A woman, young and beautiful, was lying dead upon the bed.reading it over and over. Mr. Overton was evidently consideraThings had indeed been very slow with us, and I had learnedmy companions brain was so abnormally active that it wasBy Jove, the doctor is coming back! cried Holmes. Thathim. Your time in Cambridge will certainly be wasted.MountJames, and Overton had gone to consult with the otherto this young gentleman. It must, as you say, have been ancleared it up, or made a considerable advance along it.carriage, and, keeping to the main road, I went on for a fewHolmes turned over and examined with quick, nervous fingersupon this occasion the instrument of evil, but it will rather proveDid you take any messages to Mr. Staunton?There is one explanation. A second very obvious one is that thisyears ago, and gave Mr. Sherlock Holmes a puzzled quarter of
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