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The Six Napoleons

Holmes pointed to the street lamp above our heads. "He could see what he was doing here, and he could not there. That was his reason."

"By Jove! that's true," said the detective. "Now that I come to think of it, Dr. Barnicot's bust was broken not far from his red lamp. Well, Mr. Holmes, what are we to do with that fact?"

"To remember it - to docket it. We may come on something later which will bear upon it. What steps do you propose to take now, Lestrade?"