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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Naturally, I made some inquiries about the man. I found that he hadbeen in command of a whaler which was due to return from the Arcticseas at the very time when my father was crossing to Norway. Theautumn of that year was a stormy one, and there was a longsuccession of southerly gales. My father's yacht may well have beenblown to the north, and there met by Captain Peter Carey's ship. Ifthat were so, what had become of my father? In any case, if I couldprove from Peter Carey's evidence how these securities came on themarket it would be a proof that my father had not sold them, andthat he had no view to personal profit when he took them."I came down to Sussex with the intention of seeing the captain, butit was at this moment that his terrible death occurred. I read atthe inquest a description of his cabin, in which it stated that theold logbooks of his vessel were preserved in it. It struck me thatif I could see what occurred in the month of August, 1883, on boardthe Sea Unicorn, I might settle the mystery of my father's fate. Itried last night to get at these logbooks, but was unable to openthe door. To-night I tried again and succeeded, but I find that thepages which deal with that month have been torn from the book. It wasat that moment I found myself a prisoner in your hands.""Is that all?" asked Hopkins.
2.  "It is not for me, my dear Watson, to stand in the way of theofficial police force. I leave them all the evidence which I found.The poison still remained upon the talc had they the wit to find it.Now, Watson, we will light our lamp; we will, however, take theprecaution to open our window to avoid the premature decease of twodeserving members of society, and you will seat yourself near thatopen window in an armchair unless, like a sensible man, youdetermine to have nothing to do with the affair. Oh, you will see itout, will you? I thought I knew my Watson. This chair I will placeopposite yours, so that we may be the same distance from the poisonand face to face. The door we will leave ajar. Each is now in aposition to watch the other and to bring the experiment to an endshould the symptoms seem alarming. Is that all clear? Well, then, Itake our powder- or what remains of it- from the envelope, and I layit above the burning lamp. So! Now, Watson, let us sit down andawait developments."
3.  The veins stood out on the Count's forehead. His dark, hairy handswere clenched in a convulsion of restrained emotion. He tried tospeak, but the words would not shape themselves.
4.  "What about your other child, Mr. Ferguson?" asked Holmes. "Might wemake the acquaintance of the baby?"
5.  "'"I did so and found my other neighbour to be a young fellow inmuch the same position as myself, whose crime had been forgery. Hisname was Evans, but he afterwards changed it, like myself, and he isnow a rich and prosperous man in the south of England. He was readyenough to join the conspiracy, as the only means of savingourselves, and before we had crossed the bay there were only two ofthe prisoners who were not in the secret. One of these was of weakmind, and we did not dare to trust him, and the other was sufferingfrom jaundice and could not be of any use to us.
6.  "Then why did they fly?"


1.  "Who is there in England who did know of the existence of thisletter?"
2.  "Very simply. When those packets were sealed up, Jonas Oldacre gotMcFarlane to secure one of the seals by putting his thumb upon thesoft wax. It would be done so quickly and so naturally, that I daresaythe young man himself has no recollection of it. Very likely it justso happened, and Oldacre had himself no notion of the use he would putit to. Brooding over the case in that den of his, it suddenly struckhim what absolutely damning evidence he could make against McFarlaneby using that thumb-mark. It was the simplest thing in the world forhim to take a wax impression from the seal, to moisten it in as muchblood as he could get from a pin-prick, and to put the mark upon thewall during the night, either with his own hand or with that of hishousekeeper. If you examine among those documents which he took withhim into his retreat, I will lay you a wager that you find the sealwith the thumb-mark upon it."
3.  "Your conduct seems to me inexcusable, Sir Robert."
4.  "Got him! Got whom, Mr. Holmes?"
5.  "But the reason is very obvious. The pressure of public opinioncan do in the town what the law cannot accomplish. There is no lane sovile that the scream of a tortured child, or the thud of adrunkard's blow, does not beget sympathy and indignation among theneighbours, and then the whole machinery of justice is ever so closethat a word of complaint can set it going, and there is but a stepbetween the crime and the dock. But look at these lonely houses,each in its own fields, filled for the most part with poor ignorantfolk who know little of the law. Think of the deeds of hellishcruelty, the hidden wickedness which may go on, year in, year out,in such places, and none the wiser. Had this lady who appeals to usfor help gone to live in Winchester, I should never have had a fearfor her. It is the five miles of country which makes the danger.Still, it is clear that she is not personally threatened.""No. If she can come to Winchester to meet us she can get away.""Quite so. She has her freedom."
6.  "What can we hope to do?"


1.  "Quite so. We will come to the bicycle presently. To continue ourreasoning: if these people did not go by the road, they must havetraversed the country to the north of the house or to the south of thehouse. That is certain. Let us weigh the one against the other. On thesouth of the house is, as you perceive, a large district of ambleland, cut up into small fields, with stone walls between them.There, I admit that a bicycle is impossible. We can dismiss theidea. We turn to the country on the north. Here there lies a groveof trees, marked as the 'Ragged Shaw,' and on the farther sidestretches a great rolling moor, Lower Gill Moor, extending for tenmiles and sloping gradually upward. Here, at one side of thiswilderness, is Holdernesse Hall, ten miles by road, but only sixacross the moor. It is a peculiarly desolate plain. A few moor farmershave small holdings, where they rear sheep and cattle. Except these,the plover and the curlew are the only inhabitants until you come tothe Chesterfield high road. There is a church there, you see, a fewcottages, and an inn. Beyond that the hills become precipitous. Surelyit is here to the north that our quest must lie."
2.  "If so, much may have happened between."
3.  "Dear me! that is certainly remarkable. What about his luggage?""He had one big brown bag with him- nothing else."
4.  "At least we may accept it as a working hypothesis. We will suppose,then, that something was burned in each case which produced anatmosphere causing strange toxic effects. Very good. In the firstinstance- that of the Tregennis family- this substance was placed inthe fire. Now the window was shut, but the fire would naturallycarry fumes to some extent up the chimney. Hence one would expectthe effects of the poison to be less than in the second case, wherethere was less escape for the vapour. The result seems to indicatethat it was so, since in the first case only the woman, who hadpresumably the more sensitive organism, was killed, the othersexhibiting that temporary or permanent lunacy which is evidently thefirst effect of the drug. In the second case the result wascomplete. The facts, therefore, seem to bear out the theory of apoison which worked by combustion.
5.   "I must really ask you to be a little more quiet!" said Holmesseverely. "You have already imperilled the whole success of ourexpedition. Might I beg that you would have the goodness to sitdown upon one of those boxes, and not to interfere?"
6.  "So, by the process of exclusion, we arrive at the fact that he madehis way toward Charlington Hall, which, as I understand, is situatedin its own grounds on one side of the road. Anything else?""Nothing, Mr. Holmes, save that I was so perplexed that I felt Ishould not be happy until I had seen you and had your advice."Holmes sat in silence for some little time.


1.  "This is very painful- very painful and terrible," said Mr. ScottEccles in a querulous voice, "but it is really uncommonly hard uponme. I had nothing to do with my host going off upon a nocturnalexcursion and meeting so sad an end. How do I come to be mixed up withthe case?"
2.  "Well, knowing as much as we do, it will be singular indeed if wefail to discover the rest. You must yourself have formed some theorywhich will explain the facts to which we have listened.""In a vague way, yes."
3.  The Honourable Ronald Adair was the second son of the Earl ofMaynooth, at that time governor of one of the Australian colonies.Adair's mother had returned from Australia to undergo the operationfor cataract, and she, her son Ronald, and her daughter Hilda wereliving together at 427 Park Lane. The youth moved in the best society-had, so far as was known, no enemies and no particular vices. He hadbeen engaged to Miss Edith Woodley, of Carstairs, but the engagementhad been broken off by mutual consent some months before, and therewas no sign that it had left any very profound feeling behind it.For the rest of the man's life moved in a narrow and conventionalcircle, for his habits were quiet and his nature unemotional. Yet itwas upon this easy-going young aristocrat that death came, in moststrange and unexpected form, between the hours of ten andeleven-twenty on the night of March 30, 1894.
4、  "Your discoveries seem to have left the business more obscure thanit was before," said I.
5、  "I didn't know what to do, so I came straight to you." That wasalways the way. Folk who were in grief came to my wife like birds to alight-house.




  • 胡紫薇 08-09

      "Well," said he, curtly, "you are nearly half an hour late."So this was the explanation of the unlocked door and of thenocturnal vigil of Milverton. There was the gentle rustle of a woman'sdress. I had closed the slit between the curtains as Milverton'sface had turned in our direction, but now I ventured very carefully toopen it once more. He had resumed his seat, the cigar still projectingat an insolent angle from the corner of his mouth. In front of him, inthe full glare of the electric light, there stood a tall, slim, darkwoman, a veil over her face, a mantle drawn round her chin. Her breathcame quick and fast, and every inch of the lithe figure wasquivering with strong emotion.

  • 郭晶晶 08-09

      "I have done the lawn and the bicycle shed," said, he. "I havealso had a rumble through the Ragged Shaw. Now, Watson, there is cocoaready in the next room. I must beg you to hurry, for we have a greatday before us."

  • 达·塔鲁尔 08-09

       "Come- come, do what I ask."

  • 安陵容 08-09

      quick-tempered, very foul-mouthed when he was angry, and of a mostretiring disposition. During all the years that he lived atHorsham, I doubt if ever he set foot in the town. He had a gardenand two or three fields round his house, and there he would takehis exercise, though very often for weeks on end he would neverleave his room. He drank a great deal of brandy and smoked veryheavily, but he would see no society and did not want any friends,not even his own brother.

  • 罗利俊 08-08

    {  "No doubt, Doctor; and yet the conversation may prove more importantthan the treatise. Incidentally, I may tell you that we are doingthe reverse of what you very justly blame, and that we areendeavouring to prevent anything like public exposure of privatematters which must necessarily follow when once the case is fairlyin the hands of the official police. You may look upon me simply as anirregular pioneer, who goes in front of the regular forces of thecountry. I have come to ask you about Mr. Godfrey Staunton.""What about him?"

  • 支中正 08-07

      Sherlock Holmes glanced sharply across at me with a slightshrug of his shoulders.}

  • 王忠武 08-07

      "You can take my word that she is innocent."

  • 叶萌茗 08-07

      With a united effort we tore off the coffin-lid. As we did sothere came from the inside a stupefying and overpowering smell ofchloroform. A body lay within, its head ill wreathed in cotton-wool,which had been soaked in the narcotic. Holmes plucked it off anddisclosed the statuesque face of a handsome and spiritual woman ofmiddle age. In an instant he had passed his arm round the figure andraised her to a sitting position.

  • 袁菱 08-06

       "I beg pardon."

  • 海林金 08-04

    {  "What's this, Watson? Eh? What's this? Record of a series ofmessages in the advertisements of a paper. Daily Telegraph agonycolumn by the print and paper. Right-hand top corner of a page. Nodates- but messages arrange themselves. This must be the first:"Hoped to hear sooner. Terms agreed to. Write fully to address givenon card. "PIERROT."Next comes:

  • 王生铁 08-04

      "Very good. Your windows would be visible from there?"