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1  Only that you have disarranged our little deductions.
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2  "I have in my pocket a manuscript," said Dr. James Mortimer.
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3  You may possibly have read my little monograph upon the subject.
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4  I have heard your name mentioned in connection with that of your friend.
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5  Some people without possessing genius have a remarkable power of stimulating it.
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6  No, sir, no; though I am happy to have had the opportunity of doing that as well.
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7  "I have, at least, a well-polished, silver-plated coffee-pot in front of me," said he.
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8  You have presented an inch or two of it to my examination all the time that you have been talking.
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9  Such is the tale, my sons, of the coming of the hound which is said to have plagued the family so sorely ever since.
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10  The moon shone clear above them, and they rode swiftly abreast, taking that course which the maid must needs have taken if she were to reach her own home.
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11  I am bound to say that in all the accounts which you have been so good as to give of my own small achievements you have habitually underrated your own abilities.
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12  And I would have you believe, my sons, that the same Justice which punishes sin may also most graciously forgive it, and that no ban is so heavy but that by prayer and repentance it may be removed.
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13  Then the revellers rode close together, for a great fear was on them, but they still followed over the moor, though each, had he been alone, would have been right glad to have turned his horse's head.
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14  Now, you will observe that he could not have been on the staff of the hospital, since only a man well-established in a London practice could hold such a position, and such a one would not drift into the country.
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15  This, in truth, his neighbours might have pardoned, seeing that saints have never flourished in those parts, but there was in him a certain wanton and cruel humour which made his name a by-word through the West.
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16  Now, the poor lass upstairs was like to have her wits turned at the singing and shouting and terrible oaths which came up to her from below, for they say that the words used by Hugo Baskerville, when he was in wine, were such as might blast the man who said them.
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17  Of the origin of the Hound of the Baskervilles there have been many statements, yet as I come in a direct line from Hugo Baskerville, and as I had the story from my father, who also had it from his, I have set it down with all belief that it occurred even as is here set forth.
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