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The Case of Old Baron Dowson

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Fictional case.


In the Sherlock Holmes stories

Untold Story


'Really, sir, you compliment me. Old Baron Dowson said the night before he was hanged that in my case what the law had gained the stage had lost. And now you give my little impersonations your kindly praise!' - Holmes

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