Talk:The Red-headed League
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I have removed two lines at the end.
These seem to serve no purpose, and also when rendering the short story into a pdf they get displayed.
"Oh, if you say so, Mr. Jones, it is all right," said the stranger with deference. "Still, I confess that I miss my rubber. It is the first Saturday night for seven-and-twenty years that I have not had my rubber."
Does anyone here know what is meant by rubber here? Would be cool if there was a link to a definition as it seems to be used in a manner that I am unfamiliar with.
For whom is Saxe-Coburg Square named after? Why is there only one ruler with that family name?
- "Rubber" in this context means a card game, almost certainly Whist, but possibly Bridge.22.214.171.124 19:03, 15 November 2009 (UTC)