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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Sir Robert shrugged his broad shoulders.
2.  "And so do I. It is precisely for that reason that we are going toStoke Moran this day. I want to see whether the objections arefatal, or if they may be explained away. But what in the name of thedevil!"
3.  "He rose also and looked at me in silence, shaking his head sadly."'Well, well,' said he at last. 'It seems a pity, but I have donewhat I could. I know every move of your game. You can do nothingbefore Monday. It has been a duel between you and me, Mr. Holmes.You hope to place me in the dock. I tell you that I will never standin the dock. You hope to beat me. I tell you that you will neverbeat me. If you are clever enough to bring destruction upon me, restassured that I shall do as much to you.'
4.  As we left the house Lestrade remained in the front room, whilethe repentant constable opened the door to let us out. Holmes turnedon the step and held up something in his hand. The constable staredintently.
5.  "Syracusan- of the best period," he explained, bolding it up."They degenerated greatly towards the end. At their best I hold themsupreme, though some prefer the Alexandrian school. You will find achair here, Mr. Holmes. Pray allow me to clear these bones. And you,sir- ah, yes, Dr. Watson- if you would have the goodness to put thejapanese vase to one side. You see round me my little interests inlife. My doctor lectures me about never going out, but why should I goout when I have so much to hold me here? I can assure you that theadequate cataloguing of one of those cabinets would take me three goodmonths."
6.  "That is a bad sign."


1.  "That is excellent," said Mr. Bennett. "I warn you, however, thatthe professor is irascible and violent at times."
2.  Lestrade looked at his watch. "I'll give you half an hour," said he."I must explain first," said McFarlane, "that I knew nothing ofMr. Jonas Oldacre. His name was familiar to me, for many years agomy parents were acquainted with him, but they drifted apart. I wasvery much surprised therefore, when yesterday, about three o'clockin the afternoon, he walked into my office in the city. But I wasstill more astonished when he told me the object of his visit. Hehad in his hand several sheets of a notebook, covered with scribbledwriting- here they are- and he laid them on my table.
3.  "Do you know, Watson," said he, "I believe your revolver is going tohave a very intimate connection with the mystery which we areinvestigating."
4.  "I am a connoisseur," said he, taking another cigarette from thebox- his fourth- and lighting it from the stub of that which he hadfinished. "I will not trouble you with any lengthy
5.  Mr. Sherlock Holmes listened with attention to the long report whichI was able to present to him that evening, but it did not elicitthat word of curt praise which I had hoped for and should have valued.On the contrary, his austere face was even more severe than usual ashe commented upon the things that I had done and the things that I hadnot.
6.  "No, I have not."


1.  "'Oh, I am so frightened!' I panted.
2.  "Which key was used to open it?" he asked.
3.  "What is the next step?"
4.  In this memorable year '95, a curious and incongruous successionof cases had engaged his attention, ranging from his famousinvestigation of the sudden death of Cardinal Tosca- an inquirywhich was carried out by him at the express desire of His Holiness thePope- down to his arrest of Wilson, the notorious canary-trainer,which removed a plague-spot from the East End of London. Close onthe heels of these two famous cases came the tragedy of Woodman's Lee,and the very obscure circumstances which surrounded the death ofCaptain Peter Carey. No record of the doings of Mr. Sherlock Holmeswould be complete which did not include some account of this veryunusual affair.
5.   1904
6.  "It is easy for me to be so, for every event of that dreadful timeis seared into my memory. The manor-house is, as I have alreadysaid, very old, and only one wing is now inhabited. The bedrooms inthis wing are on the ground floor, the sitting-rooms being in thecentral block of the buildings. Of these bedrooms the first is Dr.Roylott's, the second my sister's, and the third my own. There is nocommunication between them, but they all open out into the samecorridor. Do I make myself plain?"


1.  Agent.
2.  "On entering the house, however, I examined, as you remember, thesill and framework of the hall window with my lens, and I could atonce see that someone had passed out. I could distinguish theoutline of an instep where the wet foot had been placed in comingin. I was then beginning to be able to form an opinion as to whathad occurred. A man had waited outside the window; someone had broughtthe gems; the deed had been overseen by your son; he had pursued thethief, had struggled with him; they had each tugged at the coronet,their united strength causing injuries which neither alone couldhave effected. He had returned with the prize, but had left a fragmentin the grasp of his opponent. So far I was clear. The question nowwas, who was the man and who was it brought him the coronet?"It is an old maxim of mine that when you have excluded theimpossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.Now, I knew that it was not you who had brought it down, so there onlyremained your niece and the maids. But if it were the maids, whyshould your son allow himself to be accused in their place? Therecould be no possible reason. As he loved his cousin, however, therewas an excellent explanation why he should retain her secret-themore so as the secret was a disgraceful one. When I remembered thatyou had seen her at that window, and how she had fainted on seeing thecoronet again, my conjecture became a certainty.
3.  "No doubt! No doubt!" said Holmes. "A tall, dark, heavily moustachedman, you say, with gray-tinted sun-glasses?"
4、  "I have not yet told you the height of his villainy," said she."Among our comrades of the Order, there was one who was the friendof my heart. He was noble, unselfish, loving- all that my husbandwas not. He hated violence. We were all guilty- if that is guilt-but he was not. He wrote forever dissuading us from such a course.These letters would have saved him. So would my diary, in which,from day to day, I had entered both my feelings towards him and theview which each of us had taken. My husband found and kept bothdiary and letters. He hid them, and he tried hard to swear away theyoung man's life. In this he failed, but Alexis was sent a convictto Siberia, where now, at this moment, he works in a salt mine.Think of that, you villain, you villain!- now, now, at this verymoment, Alexis, a man whose name you are not worthy to speak, worksand lives like a slave, and yet I have your life in my hands, and Ilet you go."
5、  plumber, was brought up upon the charge of having upon the 22dinst., abstracted from the jewel-case of the Countess ofMorcar the valuable gem known as the blue carbuncle. JamesRyder, upper-attendant at the hotel, gave his evidence to theeffect that he had shown Homer up to the dressing-room of theCountess of Morcar upon the day of the robbery in order thathe might solder the second bar of the grate, which was loose.He had remained with Horner some little time, but had finallybeen called away. On returning, he found that Horner haddisappeared, that the bureau had been forced open, and thatthe small morocco casket in which, as it afterwards




  • 陈湘波 08-09

      It is generally known now that this singular episode ended upon ahappier note than Sir Robert's actions deserved. Shoscombe Princedid win the Derby, the sporting owner did net eighty thousand poundsin bets, and the creditors did hold their hand until the race wasover, when they were paid in full, and enough was left toreestablish Sir Robert in a fair position in life. Both police andcoroner took a lenient view, of the transaction, and beyond a mildcensure for the delay in registering the lady's decease, the luckyowner got away scatheless from this strange incident in a career whichhas now outlived its shadows and promises to end in an honoured oldage.

  • 叶广芩 08-09

      "Nor could she prove an alibi. On the contrary, she had to admitthat she was down near Thor Bridge- that was the scene of the tragedy-about that hour. She couldn't deny it, for some passing villager hadseen her there."

  • 雷庆利 08-09

       Sherlock Holmes's face showed that he was thoroughly taken abackby this new development.

  • 朱桂发 08-09

      "I have been ordained," cried the old rascal.

  • 李建辉 08-08

    {  "I must see that body."

  • 杰里-布朗 08-07

      "Precisely. But this is not a practical joke."}

  • 许晓东 08-07

      "'We shall know if you speak of this,' said he. 'We have our ownmeans of information. Now you will find the carriage waiting, and myfriend will see you on your way.'

  • 马为贤 08-07

      "'In order to reach the billiard-room I had to descend a flight ofstairs and then to cross the head of a passage which led to thelibrary and the gun-room. You can imagine my surprise when, as Ilooked down this corridor, I saw a glimmer of light coming from theopen door of the library. I had myself extinguished the lamp andclosed the door before coming to bed. Naturally my first thought wasof burglars. The corridors at Hurlstone have their walls largelydecorated with trophies of old weapons. From one of these I picked abattle-axe, and then, leaving my candle behind me, I crept on tiptoedown the passage and peeped in at the open door.

  • 黄一平 08-06

       "I am afraid so. I had brought a pack of cards in my pocket,and I thought that, as we were a partie carree, you might haveyour rubber after all. But I see that the enemy's preparationshave gone so far that we cannot risk the presence of a light.And, first of all, we must choose our positions. These are daringmen, and though we shall take them at a disadvantage, they may dous some harm unless we are careful. I shall stand behind thiscrate, and do you conceal yourselves behind those. Then, when Iflash a light upon them, close in swiftly. If they fire, Watson,have no compunction about shooting them down."

  • 程守宗 08-04

    {  Towards the end of July, 1907, there was a severe gale, the windblowing upchannel, heaping the seas to the base of the cliffs andleaving a lagoon at the turn of the tide. On the morning of which Ispeak the wind had abated, and all Nature was newly washed andfresh. It was impossible to work upon so delightful a day, and Istrolled out before breakfast to enjoy the exquisite air. I walkedalong the cliff path which led to the steep descent to the beach. As Iwalked I heard a shout behind me, and there was Harold Stackhurstwaving his hand in cheery greeting.

  • 刘晶晶 08-04

      "Gone to the nearest public-house. That is the centre of countrygossip. They would have told you every name, from the master to thescullery-maid. Williamson? It conveys nothing to my mind. If he isan elderly man he is not this active cyclist who sprints away fromthat young lady's athletic pursuit. What have we gained by yourexpedition? The knowledge that the girl's story is true. I neverdoubted it. That there is a connection between the cyclist and theHall. I never doubted that either. That the Hall is tenanted byWilliamson. Who's the better for that? Well, well, my dear sir,don't look so depressed. We can do little more until next Saturday,and in the meantime I may make one or two inquiries myself."Next morning, we had a note from Miss Smith, recounting shortlyand accurately the very incidents which I had seen, but the pith ofthe letter lay in the postscript: