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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "We must forgive you your 'even,' Mr. Holmes," said he, "It's asworkmanlike a job as I can remember."
2.  "My dear Holmes, you are joking."
3.  "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?"
4.  The European Secretary burst excitedly into the room.
5.  "Could it be done on five thousand pounds?"
6.  He broke the seal and glanced over the contents.


1.  With our black silk face-coverings, which turned us into two ofthe most truculent figures in London, we stole up to the silent,gloomy house. A sort of tiled veranda extended along one side of it,lined by several windows and two doors.
2.  "From East London. What do you deduce from that?"
3.  "I am naturally observant, as you may have remarked, Mr. Holmes, andI soon had a pretty good plan of the whole house in my head. There wasone wing, however, which appeared not to be inhabited at all. A doorwhich faced that which led into the quarters of the Tollers openedinto this suite, but it was invariably locked. One day, however, asI ascended the stair, I met Mr. Rucastle coming out through this door,his keys in his hand, and a look on his face which made him a verydifferent person to the round, jovial man to whom I was accustomed.His cheeks were red, his brow was all crinkled with anger, and theveins stood out at his temples with passion. He locked the door andhurried past me without a word or a look.
4.  "The very one, by George! And it may as well leave the room in mypocket. There goes your last shred of evidence. But you have the truthnow, Holmes, and you can die with the knowledge that I killed you. Youknew too much of the fate of Victor Savage, so I have sent you toshare it. You are very near your end, Holmes. I will sit here and Iwill watch you die."
5.  "'That is true. But what could he have to do with this old familycustom of ours, and what does this rigimarole mean?'
6.  "She lie like that one day, two day. I 'fraid she die," said thegirl.


1.  The door of the left-hand flat upon the third landing was standingajar. Gregson pushed it open. Within all was absolute silence anddarkness. I struck a match and lit the detective's lantern. As I didso, and as the flicker steadied into a flame, we all gave a gasp ofsurprise. On the deal boards of the carpetless floor there wasoutlined a fresh track of blood. The red steps pointed towards usand led away from an inner room, the door of which was closed. Gregsonflung it open and held his light full blaze in front of him, whilewe all peered eagerly over his shoulders.
2.  "There, that's enough," said Lestrade. "I am a practical man, Mr.Holmes, and when I have got my evidence I come to my conclusions. Ifyou have anything to say, you will find me writing my report in thesitting-room."
3.  "Where is the gentleman to whom you are engaged?" he asked at last."He is in the Midland Electrical Company, at Coventry.""He would not pay you a surprise visit?"
4.  "Did you make any local inquiries?"
5.   "If they are not worth more than the last ones they are not ofmuch use," said Amberley with a malevolent scowl. None the less, hekept me company. I had already warned Holmes by telegram of the hourof our arrival, but we found a message waiting that he was at Lewishamand would expect us there. That was a surprise, but an even greaterone was to find that he was not alone in the sittingroom of ourclient. A stern-looking, impassive man sat beside him, a dark man withgray-tinted glasses and a large Masonic plan projecting from his tie."This is my friend Mr. Barker," said Holmes. "He has beeninteresting himself also in your business, Mr. Josiah Amberley, thoughwe have been working independently. But we both have the same questionto ask you!"
6.  "No; you're wrong there."


1.  "You have been very remiss in not coming to me sooner," said he,severely. "You start me on my investigation with a very serioushandicap. It is inconceivable, for example, that this ivy and thislawn would have yielded nothing to an expert observer.""I am not to blame, Mr. Holmes. His Grace was extremely desirousto avoid all public scandal. He was afraid of his family unhappinessbeing dragged before the world. He has a deep horror of anything ofthe kind."
2.  "I think I should like to sit quietly for a few minutes and think itout." He seated himself upon the stone ledge of the bridge, and Icould see his quick gray eyes darting their questioning glances inevery direction. Suddenly he sprang up again and ran across to theopposite parapet, whipped his lens from his pocket, and began toexamine the stonework.
3.  Following his lead, we ascended five stories, until we foundourselves outside a half-opened door, at which our client tapped. Avoice within bade us enter, and we entered a bare, unfurnished roomsuch as Hall Pycroft had described. At the single table sat the manwhom we had seen in the street, with his evening paper spread out infront of him, and as he looked up at us it seemed to me that I hadnever looked upon a face which bore such marks of grief, and ofsomething beyond grief-of a horror such as comes to few men in alifetime. His brow glistened with perspiration, his cheeks were of thedull, dead white of a fish's belly, and his eyes were wild andstaring. He looked at his clerk as though he failed to recognizehim, and I could see by the astonishment depicted upon our conductor'sface that this was by no means the usual appearance of his employer."You look ill, Mr. Pinner!" he exclaimed.
4、  The Gold King paused for a minute or more, his head sunk in hishands, lost in deep thought.
5、  Several letters were waiting for Holmes at Baker Street. He snatchedone of them up, opened it, and burst out into a triumphant chuckleof laughter.




  • 罗迪 08-04

      "How do you know?"

  • 连德生 08-04

      "When you see a man with whiskers of that cut and the `Pink'un' protruding out of his pocket, you can always draw him by abet," said he. "I daresay that if I had put 100 pounds down in front ofhim, that man would not have given me such complete information aswas drawn from him by the idea that he was doing me on a wager.Well, Watson, we are, I fancy, nearing the end of our quest, andthe only point which remains to be determined is whether we shouldgo on to this Mrs. Oakshott to-night, or whether we shouldreserve it for to-morrow. It is clear from what that surly fellowsaid that there are others besides ourselves who are anxious aboutthe matter, and I should--"

  • 李智 08-04

       "I believe I could."

  • 孟祥龙 08-04

      The man burst into a hearty laugh. "They might be useful tome as relics of my adventure," said he, "but beyond that I canhardly see what use the disjecta membra of my late acquaintanceare going to be to me. No, sir, I think that, with yourpermission, I will confine my attentions to the excellent birdwhich I perceive upon the sideboard."

  • 李小健 08-03

    {  "They've gone, Mr. Holmes. They went by the last train. The ladybroke away, and I've got her in a cab downstairs."

  • 王力旗 08-02

      "Yes, sir, it is true," said he.}

  • 李传报 08-02

      "I did not observe that."

  • 刘梅 08-02

      "'You may as well face the matter,' said I; 'you have been caught inthe act, and no confession could make your guilt more heinous. Ifyou but make such reparation as is in your power, by telling uswhere the beryls are, all shall be forgiven and forgotten.'"'Keep your forgiveness for those who ask for it,' he answered,turning away from me with a sneer. I saw that he was too hardenedfor any words of mine to influence him. There was but one way forit. I called in the inspector and gave him into custody. A searchwas made at once not only of his person but of his room and of everyportion of the house where he could possibly have concealed thegems; but no trace of them could be found, nor would the wretchedboy open his mouth for all our persuasions and our threats. Thismorning he was removed to a cell, and I, after going through all thepolice formalities, have hurried round to you to implore you to useyour skill in unravelling the matter. The police have openly confessedthat they can at present make nothing of it. You may go to any expensewhich you think necessary. I have already offered a reward of L1000.My God, what shall I do! I have lost my honour, my gems, and my son inone night. Oh, what shall I do!"

  • 米克·金利 08-01

       "'My accomplishments, sir, may be less than you imagine,' said I. 'Alittle French, a little German, music, and drawing-'

  • 帕特·奎恩 07-30

    {  "I trust that we are not too late," said he. "I think, MissHunter, that we had better go in without you. Now, Watson, put yourshoulder to it, and we shall see whether we cannot make our way in."It was an old rickety door and gave at once before our unitedstrength. Together we rushed into the room. It was empty. There was nofurniture save a little pallet bed, a small table, and a basketfulof linen. The skylight above was open, and the prisoner gone."There has been some villainy here," said Holmes; "this beauty hasguessed Miss Hunter's intentions and has carried his victim off.""But how?"

  • 黄晓芳 07-30

      "And now I have to consider the motive of this singular crime. Toget at this, I endeavoured first of all to solve the reason of theoriginal burglary at Mr. Acton's. I understood, from something whichthe colonel told us, that a lawsuit had been going on between you, Mr.Acton, and the Cunninghams. Of course, it instantly occurred to methat they had broken into your library with the intention of gettingat some document which might be of importance in the case.""Precisely so," said Mr. Acton. "There can be no possible doubt asto their intentions. I have the clearest claim upon half of theirpresent estate, and if they could have found a single paper-which,fortunately, was in the strong-box of my solicitors-they wouldundoubtedly have crippled our case."