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“Holmes's methods of deduction remain similar – though now a tell-tale splatter of mud on a lady's leg is from a wheelie suitcase rather than a dog-cart.”
“Now, Watson," said Holmes, as a tall dog-cart dashed up through the gloom, throwing out two golden tunnels of yellow light from its side lanterns.”
“When I came down, Mr. Rucastle met me here and drove me in his dog-cart to the Copper Beeches.”
“Darkness At three in the morning the chief Sussex detective, obeying the urgent call from Sergeant Wilson of Birlstone, arrived from headquarters in a light dog-cart behind a breathless trotter.”
“Now do try to come, and I shall meet you with the dog-cart at Winchester.”
“And there was the general again, not in a dog-cart this time, but furiously driven in a motor-car, roaring and clattering into the station less than two minutes after the train arrived.”
“Full-generals, particularly in the early days of war, do not drive to the station to meet captains very often; yet King climbed into the dog-cart unexcitedly, after keeping the general waiting while he checked a trunk!”
“And his genial manner of saluting the full-general who met him with a dog-cart at Peshawur station was something scandalous.”
“So I acknowledge the cheers with a wave, bluff and hearty, as I step into the dog-cart, stepping briskly to escape the inevitable bemedalled veteran who comes shuffling after me, hoping I'll slip him sixpence for a dram when he assures me that we once stood together in the Highlanders 'line at Balaclava.”
“He insisted upon my climbing into his dog-cart and he gave me a lift homewards.”
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