The Return of Sherlock Holmes
So far as they knew, there had never been any quarrel between husband and wife. They had always looked upon them as a very united couple. (Dancing Men.113)
"I tell you that my place here has become difficult, owing to the fact that my employer has proposed marriage to me. [...] He took my refusal very seriously, but very gently. You can understand, however, that the situation is a little strained." (Solitary Cyclist.65)
"There are two very good reasons why she should, under no circumstances, be his wife. In the first place, we are very safe in questioning Mr. Williamson's right to solemnize a marriage."
"I have been ordained," cried the old rascal.
"And also unfrocked."
"But in any case, a forced marriage is no marriage, but is a very serious felony, as you will discover before you have finished." (Solitary Cyclist.114-120)