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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Alas!" replied our visitor, "the very horror of my situation liesin the fact that my fears are so vague, and my suspicions depend soentirely upon small points, which might seem trivial to another,that even he to whom of all others I have a right to look for help andadvice looks upon all that I tell him about it as the fancies of anervous woman. He does not say so, but I can read it from his soothinganswers and averted eyes. But I have heard, Mr. Holmes, that you cansee deeply into the manifold wickedness of the human heart. You mayadvise me how to walk amid the dangers which encompass me.""I am all attention, madam."
2.  "I can see that you are not satisfied."
3.  "I have seen the will of the deceased wife," said he. "Todetermine its exact meaning I have been obliged to work out thepresent prices of the investments with which it is concerned. Thetotal income, which at the time of the wife's death was little shortof L1000 is now, through the fall in agricultural prices, not morethan L750. Each daughter can claim an income of L250, in case ofmarriage. It is evident, therefore, that if both girls had married,this beauty would have had a mere pittance, while even one of themwould cripple him to a very serious extent. My morning's work hasnot been wasted, since it has proved that he has the very strongestmotives for standing in the way of anything of the sort. And now,Watson, this is too serious for dawdling, especially as the old man isaware that we are interesting ourselves in his affairs; so if youare ready, we shall call a cab and drive to Waterloo. I should be verymuch obliged if you would slip your revolver into your pocket. AnEley's No. 2 is an excellent argument with gentlemen who can twiststeel pokers into knots. That and a tooth-brush are, I think, all thatwe need."
4.  "My God!" he cried. "What can be the meaning of this?"
5.  I glanced at my morning paper.
6.  "'So,' said I, 'this is where you went during the night.'"What do you mean?' she cried.


1.  "Yes, it is a solid bit of work."
2.  "Well, then came an incident which was rather unexpected tomyself. I was slipping through the pantry window, in the early dawnwhen I felt a hand inside my collar, and a voice said: 'Now, yourascal, what are you doing in there?' When I could twist my head roundI looked into the tinted spectacles of my friend and rival, Mr.Barker. it was a curious foregathering and set us both smiling. Itseems that he had been engaged by Dr. Ray Ernest's family to make someinvestigations and had come to the same conclusion as to foul play. Hehad watched the house for some days and had spotted Dr. Watson asone of the obviously suspicious characters who had called there. Hecould hardly arrest Watson, but when he saw a man actually climbingout of the pantry window there came a limit to his restraint. Ofcourse, I told him how matters stood and we continued the casetogether."
3.  "Yes, yes, I am a little absent-minded in such matters. But have youyour revolver on you?"
4.  At that instant there was a clatter and a rattle in the streetbelow. Looking down I saw a stately carriage and pair, the brilliantlamps gleaming on the glossy haunches of the noble chestnuts. Afootman opened the door, and a small, stout man in a shaggyastrakhan overcoat descended. A minute later he was in the room.Charles Augustus Milverton was a man of fifty, with a large,intellectual head, a round, plump, hairless face, a perpetual frozensmile, and two keen gray eyes, which gleamed brightly from behindbroad, gold-rimmed glasses. There was something of Mr. Pickwick'sbenevolence in his appearance, marred only by the insincerity of thefixed smile and by the hard glitter of those restless andpenetrating eyes. His voice was as smooth and suave as hiscountenance, as he advanced with a plump little hand extended,murmuring his regret for having missed us at his first visit. Holmesdisregarded the outstretched hand and looked at him with a face ofgranite. Milverton's smile broadened, he shrugged his shouldersremoved his overcoat, folded it with great deliberation over theback of a chair, and then took a seat.
5.  "Have you no alternative, Mr. Holmes?"
6.  "No, but you have now," said Holmes. "Now, sir, you must see thatafter Bannister's words your position is hopeless, and that youronly chance lies in a frank confession."


1.  "I believe you are right, Mr. Holmes. He would take so valuable aprize to headquarters with his own hands. I think that your courseof action is an excellent one. Meanwhile, Hope, we cannot neglectall our other duties on account of this one misfortune. Should therebe any fresh developments during the day we shall communicate withyou, and you will no doubt let us know the results of your owninquiries."
2.  I stooped over him and examined him. His pulse was feeble andintermittent, but his breathing grew longer, and there was a littleshivering of his eyelids, which showed a thin white slit of ballbeneath.
3.  "The problem presents features of interest," said he. "I may evensay exceptional features of interest. I have already looked into thematter, and have come, as I think, within sight of my solution. If youcould accompany me in that last step you might be of considerableservice to me."
4.  As to the arrest of John Mitton, the valet, it was a council ofdespair as an alternative to absolute inaction. But no case could besustained against him. He had visited friends in Hammersmith thatnight. The alibi was complete. It is true that he started home at anhour which should have brought him to Westminster before the time whenthe crime was discovered, but his own explanation that he had walkedpart of the way seemed probable enough in view of the fineness ofthe night. He had actually arrived at twelve o'clock, and appearedto be overwhelmed by the unexpected tragedy. He had always been ongood terms with his master. Several of the dead man's possessions-notably a small case of razors- had been found in the valet's boxes,but he explained that they had been presents from the deceased, andthe housekeeper was able to corroborate the story. Mitton had beenin Lucas's employment for three years. It was noticeable that Lucasdid not take Mitton on the Continent with him. Sometimes he visitedParis for three months on end, but Mitton was left in charge of theGodolphin Street house. As to the housekeeper, she had heard nothingon the night of the crime. If her master had a visitor he hadhimself admitted him.
5.   "Let you have five hundred to-morrow morning."
6.  "He left his hotel last night- he has not been heard of.""No doubt he will return."


1.  "And the dog! If one were to use such a poison, would one not try itfirst in order to see that it had not lost its power? I did notforesee the dog, but at least I understand him and he fitted into myreconstruction.
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.  "I am sure we owe you an apology, Mrs. Toller," said Holmes, "foryou have certainly cleared up everything which puzzled us. And herecomes the country surgeon and Mrs. Rucastle, so I think, Watson,that we had best escort Miss Hunter back to Winchester, as it seems tome that our locus standi now is rather a questionable one."And thus was solved the mystery of the sinister house with thecopper beeches in front of the door. Mr. Rucastle survived, but wasalways a broken man, kept alive solely through the care of his devotedwife. They still live with their old servants, who probably know somuch of Rucastle's past life that he finds it difficult to part fromthem. Mr. Fowler and Miss Rucastle were married, by special license,in Southampton the day after their flight, and he is now the holder ofa government appointment in the island of Mauritius. As to Miss VioletHunter, my friend Holmes, rather to my disappointment, manifested nofurther interest in her when once she had ceased to be the centre ofone of his problems, and she is now the head of a private school atWalsall, where I believe that she has met with considerable success.THE END
4、  It was a simple story which he had to tell, and one which did butconfirm our own deductions. His visitor, on entering his rooms, haddrawn a life-preserver from his sleeve, and had so impressed himwith the fear of instant and inevitable death that he had kidnappedhim for the second time. Indeed, it was almost mesmeric, the effectwhich this giggling ruffian had produced upon the unfortunatelinguist, for he could not speak of him save with trembling handsand a blanched cheek. He had been taken swiftly to Beckenham, andhad acted as interpreter in a second interview, even more dramaticthan the first, in which the two Englishmen had menaced their prisonerwith instant death if he did not comply with their demands. Finally,finding him proof against every threat, they had hurled him backinto his prison, and after reproaching Melas with his treachery, whichappeared from the newspaper advertisement, they had stunned him with ablow from a stick, and he remembered nothing more until he found usbending over him.
5、  compelled to eat it."




  • 程向民 08-07

      "You are not angry?" he asked, gasping for breath.

  • 赛博特 08-07

      "Pray tell us what has happened to you."

  • 梁丽翘 08-07

       "Oh, if you find your own cases more interesting than mine-" saidHolmes with some asperity.

  • 孙永杰 08-07

      "Ah! Billy told me- the missing Crown jewel!"

  • 杨宗哲 08-06

    {  It was, then, in the spring of the year 1897 that Holmes's ironconstitution showed some symptoms of giving way in the face ofconstant hard work of a most exacting kind, aggravated, perhaps, byoccasional indiscretions of his own. In March of that year Dr. MooreAgar, of Harley Street, whose dramatic introduction to Holmes I maysome day recount, gave positive injunctions that the famous privateagent lay aside all his cases and surrender himself to complete restif he wished to avert an absolute breakdown. The state of his healthwas not a matter in which he himself took the faintest interest, forhis mental detachment was absolute, but he was induced at last, on thethreat of being permanently disqualified from work, to give himselfa complete change of scene and air. Thus it was that in the earlyspring of that year we found ourselves together in a small cottagenear Poldhu Bay, at the further extremity of the Cornish peninsula.It was a singular spot, and one peculiarly well suited to the grimhumour of my patient. From the windows of our little whitewashedhouse, which stood high upon a grassy headland, we looked down uponthe whole sinister semicircle of Mounts Bay, that old death trap ofsailing vessels, with its fringe of black cliffs and surge swept reefson which innumerable seamen have met their end. With a northerlybreeze it lies placid and sheltered, inviting the storm-tossed craftto tick into it for rest and protection.

  • 姚凡 08-05

      "Lord Cantlemere, sir."}

  • 于强生 08-05

      "And why is he here?"

  • 黄延 08-05

      "It was a desperate chance that we might find her alive, but itwas a chance, as the result showed. These people had never, to myknowledge, done a murder. They might shrink from actual violence atthe last. They could bury her with no sign of how she met her end, andeven if she were exhumed there was a chance for them. I hoped thatsuch considerations might prevail with them. You can reconstruct thescene well enough. You saw the horrible den upstairs, where the poorlady had been kept so long. They rushed in and overpowered her withtheir chloroform, carried her down, poured more into the coffin toinsure against her waking, and then screwed down the lid. A cleverdevice, Watson. It is new to me in the annals of crime. If ourex-missionary friends escape the clutches of Lestrade, I shallexpect to hear of some brilliant incidents in their future career."-THE END-

  • 杨斯阳 08-04

       "'Pooh man; you should soar above it. You are not in your truesphere. Now, I'll tell you how it stands with me. What I have to offeris little enough when measured by your ability, but when compared withMawson's it's light to dark. Let me see. When do you go to Mawson's?'"'On Monday.'

  • 爱新觉罗·载 08-02

    {  "'It is simplicity itself,' said I. 'When you bared your arm to drawthat fish into the boat I saw that J. A. had been tattooed in the bendof the elbow. The letters were still legible, but it was perfectlyclear from their blurred appearance, and from the staining of the skinround them, that efforts had been made to obliterate them. It wasobvious, then, that those initials had once been very familiar to you,and that you had afterwards wished to forget them.'

  • 玛特 08-02

      "Or rather, I fancy, of that goose. It was one bird, Iimagine, in which you were interested--white, with a black baracross the tail."