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made invisible by means of protective coloring

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I had imagined that we were bound for Baker Street, but Holmes stopped the cab at the corner of Cavendish Square.
To this both Chauncey Delarouse and Bruce Cadogan Cavendish nodded prompt affirmation.
Some vocabulary," Bruce Cadogan Cavendish muttered in aside to Chauncey Delarouse.
Having no near relations or friends, I was trying to make up my mind what to do, when I ran across John Cavendish.
Cavendish, who had married John's father when he was a widower with two sons, had been a handsome woman of middle-age as I remembered her.
On quitting Brighton, our friend George, as became a person of rank and fashion travelling in a barouche with four horses, drove in state to a fine hotel in Cavendish Square, where a suite of splendid rooms, and a table magnificently furnished with plate and surrounded by a half-dozen of black and silent waiters, was ready to receive the young gentleman and his bride.
So along the Strand, up Swallow Street, into the Oxford Road, and thence to his house in Welbeck Street, near Cavendish Square, whither he was attended by a few dozen idlers; of whom he took leave on the steps with this brief parting, 'Gentlemen, No Popery.
Now, Amy,' said her sister, 'come with me, if you are not too tired to walk to Harley Street, Cavendish Square.
Over against a London house, a corner house not far from Cavendish Square, a man with a wooden leg had sat for some years, with his remaining foot in a basket in cold weather, picking up a living on this wise:--Every morning at eight o'clock, he stumped to the corner, carrying a chair, a clothes-horse, a pair of trestles, a board, a basket, and an umbrella, all strapped together.