ELA-Sherlock Holmes Cartoon
"Excellent. You are not averse to this trip, Watson?"
"By no means"
"Then we shall both come. What are you going to do yourself?"
"I have one or two things which I would wish to do now that I am in town. But I shall return by the twelve o'clock train, so as to be there in time for your coming."
"And you may expect us early in the afternoon. I have myself some small business matters to attend to. Will you not wait and breakfast?"
'No, I must go. My heart is lightened already since I have confided my trouble to you. I shall look forward to seeing you again this afternoon."
Sherlock handed her, her thick black veil from the closet.
She dropped her thick black veil over her face and glided from the room.
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