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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  SHERLOCK HOLMES
2.  "Well, gentlemen," he asked, "what can I do for you?"
3.  "Then I'll come with you at once."
4.  "No, I have not."
5.  "Well, well, I must not be selfish," said he, with a smile, as bepushed back his chair from the breakfast-table. "The community iscertainly the gainer, and no one the loser, save the poorout-of-work specialist, whose occupation has gone. With that man inthe field, one's morning paper presented infinite possibilities. Oftenit was only the smallest trace, Watson, the faintest indication, andyet it was enough to tell me that the great malignant brain was there,as the gentlest tremors of the edges of the web remind one of the foulspider which lurks in the centre. Petty thefts, wanton assaults,purposeless outrage- to the man who held the clue all could beworked into one connected whole. To the scientific student of thehigher criminal world, no capital in Europe offered the advantageswhich London then possessed. But now-" He shrugged his shoulders inhumorous deprecation of the state of things which he had himselfdone so much to produce.
6.  "Was the telegraphic form one of these on the table?"


1.  "Yes."
2.  "Yes," said Holmes, answering the look rather than the words. "It isso. I know all about McCarthy."
3.  "Do what you can for me. Let bygones be bygones," he whispered."I'll put the words out of my head- I swear I will. Only cure me,and I'll forget it."
4.  "It seemed that after we had left, Prendergast and his gang hadproceeded to put to death the five remaining prisoners. The twowarders had been shot and thrown overboard, and so also had thethird mate. Prendergast then descended into the 'tween-decks andwith his own hands cut the throat of the unfortunate surgeon. Thereonly remained the first mate, who was a bold and active man. When hesaw the convict approaching him with the bloody knife in his hand hekicked off his bonds, which he had somehow contrived to loosen, andrushing down the deck he plunged into the after-hold. A dozenconvicts, who descended with their pistols in search of him, found himwith a match-box in his hand seated beside an open powder-barrel,which was one of the hundred carried on board, and swearing that hewould blow all hands up if he were in any way molested. An instantlater the explosion occurred, though Hudson thought it was caused bythe misdirected bullet of one of the convicts rather than the mate'smatch. Be the cause what it may, it was the end of the Gloria Scottand of the rabble who held command of her.
5.  "I think that you will find all the main ones in the pressreports. I don't know that I can add anything which will help you. Butif there is anything you would wish more light upon- well, I am hereto give it."
6.  "A house on fire?" asked Bradstreet as the train steamed off againon its way.


1.  "I was not and am not sure which; but I knew that the shipmust have an American origin."
2.  "Then what is the theory in your mind?"
3.  Holmes waved his hand towards some papers on a chair. "I had no ideathat the case was coming my way or I should have had my extractsready," said he. "The fact is that the problem, though exceedinglysensational, appeared to present no difficulty. The interestingpersonality of the accused does not obscure the clearness of theevidence. That was the view taken by the coroner's jury and also inthe police-court proceedings. It is now referred to the Assizes atWinchester. I fear it is a thankless business. I can discover facts,Watson, but I cannot change them. Unless some entirely new andunexpected ones come to light I do not see what my client can hopefor."
4.  "Two years have passed since then, and my life has been until latelylonelier than ever. A month ago, however, a dear friend, whom I haveknown for many years, has done me the honour to ask my hand inmarriage. His name is Armitage-Percy Armitage-the second son of Mr.Armitage, of Crane Water, near Reading. My stepfather has offered noopposition to the match, and we are to be married in the course of thespring. Two days ago some repairs were started in the west wing of thebuilding, and my bedroom wall has been pierced, so that I have hadto move into the chamber in which my sister died, and to sleep inthe very bed in which she slept. Imagine, then, my thrill of terrorwhen last night, as I lay awake, thinking over her terrible fate, Isuddenly heard in the silence of the night the low whistle which hadbeen the herald of her own death. I sprang up and lit the lamp, butnothing was to be seen in the room. I was too shaken to go to bedagain, however, so I dressed, and as soon as it was daylight I slippeddown, got a dog-cart at the Crown Inn, which is opposite, and drove toLeatherhead, from whence I have come on this morning with the oneobject of seeing you and asking your advice."
5.   "Has he come with you to-night?"
6.  "Now, Watson, make an effort, throw your mind back. Can you seethose tracks upon the path?"


1.  "No, alone. She was very independent in little matters like that.Then, after we had sat down for ten minutes or so, she rose hurriedly,muttered some words of apology, and left the room. She never cameback."
2.  "The night was fine, but still it was a very weary vigil. Ofcourse it has the sort of excitement about it that the sportsman feelswhen he lies beside the water course and waits for the big game. Itwas very long, though-almost as long, Watson, as when you and I waitedin that deadly room when we looked into the little problem of theSpeckled Band. There was a church-clock down at Woking which struckthe quarters, and I thought more than once that it had stopped. Atlast, however, about two in the morning, I suddenly heard the gentlesound of a bolt being pushed back and the creaking of a key. Amoment later the servants' door was opened, and Mr. Joseph Harrisonstepped out into the moonlight."
3.  "By the steps, my boy. Yours are worn three inches deeper thanhis. But this gentleman in the cab is my client, Mr. Hall Pycroft.Allow me to introduce you to him. Whip your horse up, cabby, for wehave only just time to catch our train."
4、  "Oh, you mean the little problem of the Grosvenor Square furniturevan. That is quite cleared up now-though, indeed, it was obviousfrom the first. Pray give me the results of your newspaperselections."
5、  "We're hunting in couples again, Doctor, you see," said Jonesin his consequential way. "Our friend here is a wonderful man forstarting a chase. All he wants is an old dog to help him to dothe running down."




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      "The deuce he can!"

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  • 蒋卓成 08-07

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      I had called upon my friend Sherlock Holmes upon the secondmorning after Christmas, with the intention of wishing him thecompliments of the season. He was lounging upon the sofa in apurple dressing-gown, a pipe-rack within his reach upon the right,and a pile of crumpled morning papers, evidently newly studied,near at hand. Beside the couch was a wooden chair, and on theangle of the back hung a very seedy and disreputable hard-felthat, much the worse for wear, and cracked in several places. Alens and a forceps lying upon the seat of the chair suggested thatthe hat had been suspended in this manner for the purpose ofexamination.

  • 文小明 08-05

       "'Mr. Hatherley?' said he, with something of a German accent. 'Youhave been recommended to me, Mr. Hatherley, as being a man who isnot only proficient in his profession but is also discreet and capableof preserving a secret.'

  • 隋恭帝 08-03

    {  "Well, sir, if it isn't too great a liberty, I am a neighbour ofyours, for you'll find my little bookshop at the corner of ChurchStreet, and very happy to see you, I am sure. Maybe you collectyourself, sir. Here's British Birds, and Catullus, and The Holy War- abargain, every one of them. With five volumes you could just fill thatgap on that second shelf. It looks untidy, does it not, sir?"I moved my head to look at the cabinet behind me. When I turnedagain, Sherlock Holmes was standing smiling at me across my studytable. I rose to my feet, stared at him for some seconds in utteramazement, and then it appears that I must have fainted for thefirst and the last time in my life. Certainly a gray mist swirledbefore my eyes, and when it cleared I found my collar-ends undoneand the tingling after-taste of brandy upon my lips. Holmes wasbending over my chair, his flask in his hand.

  • 大卫·基平 08-03

      "Good-morning, madam," said Holmes cheerily. "My name is SherlockHolmes. This is my intimate friend and associate, Dr. Watson, beforewhom you can speak as freely as before myself. Ha! I am glad to seethat Mrs. Hudson has had the good sense to light the fire. Pray drawup to it, and I shall order you a cup of hot coffee, for I observethat you are shivering."