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Sir Henry receives an anonymous letter that was sent to his hotel room, where no one knew he was staying. It reads "As you value your life, or your reason, keep away from the moor." Holmes analyzes it and takes it as a warning.
Sir Henry tells Watson that he discovered, after he put two brown boots outside his hotel room door to be cleaned, one of them is missing. Holmes does not think anything of it and thinks that the missing boot will eventually show up.
Holmes and Watson explain the legend of the hound to Sir Henry and talk about the manuscript. Sir Henry recalls childhood stories of the hound, but still does not believe it. The group decides to make plans for lunch later to talk some more. Sir Henry then leaves the hotel.
Watson and Holmes follow Sir Henry as he leaves the hotel. As they are behind him, they notice a carriage with a black bearded man inside following Sir Henry. The carriage passenger sees Watson and Holmes notice him and tells the cab driver to go faster. They lose the passenger as he rides off.
Holmes tries a new plan and hires an errand boy to go through the hotel trash. Holmes is hoping to find a newspaper with cut outs of the words in the warning letter sent to Sir Henry.
Watson and Holmes go to an art gallery to pass the time before their planned lunch with Sir Henry at the hotel. The art gallery they went to was on Bond Street.
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