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Deleted Scenes from Beryl Coronet:

The Coronet King

“Holmes left us standing at the door and walked slowly all round the house, across the front, down the tradesmen’s path, and so round by the garden behind into the stable lane. So long was he that Mr. Holder and I went into the dining-room and waited by the fire until he should return.”

-- John H. Watson
in “The Beryl Coronet”


 

 


“Ah! this, I suppose, is he. I trust, sir, that you will succeed in proving, what I feel sure is the truth, that my cousin Arthur is innocent of this crime.”
“I fully share your opinion, and I trust, with you, that we may prove it,” returned Holmes, going back to the mat to knock the snow from his shoes.

-- Mary Holder and Sherlock Holmes
in “The Beryl Coronet”