The Sherlock Holmes Atlas
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IDEN: Mary Sutherland lived with her mother and stepfather in Camberwell (No. 31, Lyon Place).
FIVE: In the year '87, Holmes was involved in the Camberwell poisoning case. Watson: "... as may be remembered, Sherlock Holmes was able, by winding up the dead man's watch, to prove that it had been wound up two hours before, and that therefore the decased had gone to bed within that time-- a deduction which was of the greatest importance in clearing up the case."
VALL: Porlock's letter was posted in Camberwell.
STUD: Drebber had stayed at the boarding-house of Madame Charpentier, in Torquay Terrace, Camberwell.
Last Modified: Feb. 18, 1998