March 4, 1881: Drebber was poisoned and died. Or was it a justifiable retribution? A woman’s wedding ring was found.
March 4, 1881: “What on earth is this?” I cried, for at this moment there came the pattering of many steps in the hall and on the stairs, accompanied by audible expressions of disgust upon the part of our landlady.
“It’s the Baker Street division of the detective police force,” said my companion gravely; and as he spoke there rushed into the room half a dozen of the dirtiest and most ragged street Arabs that ever I clapped eyes on.” From A Study in Scarlett.
1886 February 22: The beryl coronet was reclaimed by its owner. The remainder of February days have no references in the Canon.
While watching a rerun of the Show “In The Heat of The Night” I heard Police Chief Gillespie say to his chief of Detectives, “All right, Do you want to be Sherlock Holmes?’ Just once I would like to hear Dr. Watson referred to with the respect he is due.
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1886 February 20: Holmes returned the missing part of the beryl coronet to Alexander Holder.
1886 February 19: 1) Alexander Holder asked Holmes to find the missing part of the Beryl Coronet; 2) Holmes followed the footprints that Arthur Holder and Sir George Burnwell made in the snow; 3) Mary Holder elopes with Sir George Burnwell.
1891 Saturday January 23rd: Holmes incommoded Moriarty. I always enjoy anticipating what is coming with this situation!
There are no events in the Canon for January 24 through the 31st. Return in February!
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1897 Friday January 22nd: Holmes allows Captain Crocker to go free by the British Gentleman’s Code of Ethics.
1886 January 18, Monday: Lady Eva Blackwell married the Earl of Dovercourt.
On January 15,16,17: A 3 day break in the action. Any ideas as to what Holmes and Dr Watson might have done?
January 13th Wednesday 1886: Sherlock Holmes becomes engaged to Milverton’ s house maid.
January 13th Wednesday 1886: Holmes and Watson burglarized Milverton’s house.
January 13th Wednesday 1886: Charles Augustus Milverton was murdered.
January 12th, 1903, Monday : Sir James Saunders diagnosed Godfrey Emsworth’s disease as pseudo-leprosy.