The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892, US)

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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes  (1892) 
by Arthur Conan Doyle

Illustrated by Sidney Paget; 1892 edition in the United States. Collection of short stories appearing in the Strand from 1891 to 1892.

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"THE GENTLEMAN IN THE PEW HANDED IT UP TO HER"

[Page 238

ADVENTURES

OF

SHERLOCK HOLMES



BY

A. CONAN DOYLE

AUTHOR OF "MICAH CLARKE" ETC.



ILLUSTRATED



Harper and Brothers publisher mark 1892.jpg



NEW YORK
HARPER & BROTHERS, FRANKLIN SQUARE

Copyright, 1892, by Harper & Brothers.


All rights reserved.

CONTENTS


  1. I.—
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    3
  2. II.—
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    29
  3. III.—
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    56
  4. IV.—
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    76
  5. V.—
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    104
  6. VI.—
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    126
  7. VII.—
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    153
  8. VIII.—
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    176
  9. IX.—
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    205
  10. X.—
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    229
  11. XI.—
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    253
  12. XII.—
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    280

ILLUSTRATIONS


  1. "THE GENTLEMAN IN THE PEW HANDED IT UP TO HER"
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    Frontispiece
  2. "A MAN ENTERED"
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    Facing p. 8
  3. "THE DOOR WAS SHUT AND LOCKED"
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    Facing p. 40
  4. "ALL AFTERNOON HE SAT IN THE STALLS"
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    Facing p. 46
  5. "SHERLOCK HOLMES WELCOMED HER"
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    Facing p. 60
  6. "GLANCING ABOUT HIM LIKE A RAT IN A TRAP"
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    Facing p. 72
  7. "THEY FOUND THE BODY"
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    Facing p. 80
  8. "THE MAID SHOWED US THE BOOTS"
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    Facing p. 92
  9. " 'HOLMES,' I CRIED, 'YOU ARE TOO LATE'"
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    Facing p. 122
  10. "AT THE FOOT OF THE STAIRS SHE MET THIS LASCAR SCOUNDREL"
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    Facing p. 134
  11. " 'HAVE MERCY!' HE SHRIEKED"
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    Facing p. 172
  12. " 'GOOD-BYE, AND BE BRAVE'"
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    Facing p. 196
  13. " 'NOT A WORD TO A SOUL'"
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    Facing p. 214
  14. " 'I WILL WISH YOU ALL A VERY GOOD NIGHT'"
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    Facing p. 250
  15. "I CLAPPED A PISTOL TO HIS HEAD"
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    Facing p. 278
  16. "I AM SO DELIGHTED THAT YOU HAVE COME"
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    Facing p. 292

ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1926.


The author died in 1930, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.