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1  I observe that she was unmarried at the time.
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2  She has hardly been away from her home for a day during that time.
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3  I have stood many a time and thought what a neat little homestead it would make.
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4  Holmes listened attentively to everything, throwing in a question from time to time.
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5  Never have I seen such a change as had been brought about in Silas Brown in that short time.
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6  Things went on much as before, but after a time I began to find that there was a bit of a change in Mary herself.
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7  At the same time I recognise that the evidence is purely circumstantial, and that some new development may upset it.
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8  We have, I think, just time to catch our train at Paddington, and I will go further into the matter upon our journey.
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9  During that time my wife and I have loved each other as fondly and lived as happily as any two that ever were joined.
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10  Up to the time of the catastrophe he was the first favourite for the Wessex Cup, the betting being three to one on him.
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11  And I think that your time will not be misspent, for there are points about the case which promise to make it an absolutely unique one.
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12  But there goes the bell, and as I stand to win a little on this next race, I shall defer a lengthy explanation until a more fitting time.
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13  The fact was that I had just seen something which filled me with surprise and at the same time narrowed the field of our inquiry immensely.
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14  It was clearer than ever that she understood its full significance, but equally clear that we should have to wait some time for any assistance from her.
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15  When, however, another morning had come, and I found that beyond the arrest of young Fitzroy Simpson nothing had been done, I felt that it was time for me to take action.
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16  Then we heard of this steward, married to the third sister, and learned that he had at one time been so intimate with Miss Sarah that she had actually gone up to Liverpool to be near the Browners, but a quarrel had afterwards divided them.
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17  I was well aware that you could not do this without thinking of the mission which he undertook on behalf of the North at the time of the Civil War, for I remember your expressing your passionate indignation at the way in which he was received by the more turbulent of our people.
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