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Mentioned in: ABBE, BERY, BOSC, BRUC, CROO, DANC, DEVI, ENGI, FINA, FIVE, GREE, IDEN, ILLU, GLOR, MAZA, SCAN, SECO, SHOS, SILV, SPEC, STUD, SUSS, THOR, VALL
CROO: Henry Wood: "But when one gets old one has a longing for home. For years, I've been dreaming of the bright green fields and the hedges of England."
HOUN: Sir Charles Baskerville returned to England while the getting was good, after making his fortune in South Africa. He lived at Baskerville Hall for only two years before he met his end.
THOR: Holmes: "With the help of the god of justice I will give you a case which will make England ring."
Last Modified: Jan. 9, 1999