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Westminster, running from Oxford Street to Piccadilly and containing
many fashionable shops and galleries.
SILV: Straker's mistress preferred 22 guinea dresses from Madame Lesurier's of Bond Street.
HOUN: After inquiring about the mysterious occupant of the cab, Holmes and Watson dropped into one of the Bond Street picture galleries to fill the time until they were due at the Northumberland Hotel.
Watson: "Sherlock Holmes had, to a remarkable degree, the power of detaching his mind at will. For two hours the strange business in which we had been involved appeared to be forgtooen and he was entirely absorbed in the p8ictures of the modern Belgain masters. he would talk of nothing but art, of which he had the crudest ideas, from our leaving the gallery until we found ourselves at the Northumberland Hotel."
Last Modified: Dec. 14, 1997