Mr. Utterson is a well respected lawyer in London and enjoys taking weekly walks with his distant relative/friend Enfield. They don't seem to have much in common going quite the distance without saying anything to one another.
give me that check you fool!
Utterson and Enfield contiune their walk to find a neglected building, which seems out of place in the neighborhood. Enfield recalls a story about this house one day a ugly shruken man had crashed into and trampled a little girl at the house.
Evil, Evil, Evil, Evil...
When Enfeild spotted the man he grabbed him before he could get away and brought him back to the girl where an angry crowd appeared. The man appeared so overwhelmingly ugly the crowd immediately despised him and threatened to ruin his name unless he made amends.
blahg blahg blahg!
The man seeing himself trapped decided to pay the angry crowd off and offered them 100 pounds. The check showed a name of a very reputable man. Enfield had his suspicions and it turned out to be legitimate so Enflied assumed the ugly man had blackmailed the man whos name was on the check.
6/11/1821 100 pounds / 0.00 to crowd Mr. Moneys
Later in the story the reader figures out this ugly man is actually Hyde the dual personality of Jekyll.
Mr. Utterson is very interested in this story and, asks Enfield whether Hyde used a key to open the door. Hyde did use a key confirming hyde went into the house.