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1  I will sit on the side of the bed, and you in that chair.
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
Get Context   In VIII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SPECKLED BAND
2  A ventilator is made, a cord is hung, and a lady who sleeps in the bed dies.
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3  I sprang from my bed, wrapped a shawl round me, and rushed into the corridor.
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4  Holmes had brought up a long thin cane, and this he placed upon the bed beside him.
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5  The object which had caught his eye was a small dog lash hung on one corner of the bed.
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6  He has taken to his bed, and Dr. Willows says that he is a wreck and that his nervous system is shattered.
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7  Eight shillings for a bed and eightpence for a glass of sherry pointed to one of the most expensive hotels.
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8  Finally he walked over to the bed and spent some time in staring at it and in running his eye up and down the wall.
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9  The instant that we heard it, Holmes sprang from the bed, struck a match, and lashed furiously with his cane at the bell-pull.
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10  My attention was speedily drawn, as I have already remarked to you, to this ventilator, and to the bell-rope which hung down to the bed.
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11  A brown chest of drawers stood in one corner, a narrow white-counterpaned bed in another, and a dressing-table on the left-hand side of the window.
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12  He would put it through this ventilator at the hour that he thought best, with the certainty that it would crawl down the rope and land on the bed.
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13  He took off his coat and waistcoat, put on a large blue dressing-gown, and then wandered about the room collecting pillows from his bed and cushions from the sofa and armchairs.
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14  The discovery that this was a dummy, and that the bed was clamped to the floor, instantly gave rise to the suspicion that the rope was there as a bridge for something passing through the hole and coming to the bed.
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15  Two days ago some repairs were started in the west wing of the building, and my bedroom wall has been pierced, so that I have had to move into the chamber in which my sister died, and to sleep in the very bed in which she slept.
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16  A camp-bed, a small wooden shelf full of books, mostly of a technical character, an armchair beside the bed, a plain wooden chair against the wall, a round table, and a large iron safe were the principal things which met the eye.
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17  I was too shaken to go to bed again, however, so I dressed, and as soon as it was daylight I slipped down, got a dog-cart at the Crown Inn, which is opposite, and drove to Leatherhead, from whence I have come on this morning with the one object of seeing you and asking your advice.
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