Someone else had promised to give her the money after she wrote to Sir Charles but before the meeting.
He deceived Laura Lyons
The convict, Selden, fell to his death.
He threatened a public scandal.
Frankland had located a man on the moor. Frankland thought it was the convict, but Watson knew it was the man he had seen on the tor, the man for whom he was looking.
Henry met Stapleton's sister and they were having a conversation. Stapleton appeared on the scene, had hot words with Sir Henry, and took his sister home.
6 True/False Questions
Why did Sir Henry agree not to pursue Selden anymore? (10) → She wanted to tell him the story of her persecution from her husband and to ask him for money to meet certain expenses which would help insure her freedom and happiness.
What additional information did Barrymore give Mr. Watson? (10) → Henry met Stapleton's sister and they were having a conversation. Stapleton appeared on the scene, had hot words with Sir Henry, and took his sister home.
Why did Laura Lyons write to Sir Charles seeking a meeting? (11) → The Barrymores assured him that Selden would be going to South America soon. He would no
longer make trouble in England, and he would not be a burden to the taxpayers.
What useful information about the "other man on the moor" did Barrymore give Watson? (10) → He told them that Sir Charles was going to meet someone with the initials "L.L." at the gate on the evening of his death.
Who was Miss Stapleton? (12) → "L.L." was Laura Lyons, Frankland's daughter, who lived in Coombe Tracey. She had married badly and had a broken relationship with her father. Sir Charles (and others) had helped her to
earn an honest living.
Why did Watson and Sir Henry venture out onto the moor? (9) → They were going to catch Selden.