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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Why, you are a common burglar."
2.  "They will take what comes to them. That is what they are paidfor. I shall not appear in the matter."
3.  "We must accept your terms, Mr. Holmes. No doubt you are right,and it is unreasonable for us to expect you to act unless we giveyou our entire confidence."
4.  "Well, well, two of you came over. His reverence is our own homemadearticle. You had known Ralph Smith in South Africa. You had reasonto believe he would not live long. You found out that his niecewould inherit his fortune. How's that- eh?"
5.  All that day and the next and the next Holmes was in a mood whichhis friends would can taciturn, and others morose. He ran out andran in, smoked incessantly, played snatches on his violin, sank intoreveries, devoured sandwiches at irregular hours, and hardlyanswered the casual questions which I put to him. It was evident to methat things were not going well with him or his quest. He would saynothing of the case, and it was from the papers that I learned theparticulars of the inquest, and the arrest with the subsequent releaseof John Mitton, the valet of the deceased. The coroner's jurybrought in the obvious Wilful Murder, but the,parties remained asunknown as ever. No motive was suggested. The room was full ofarticles of value, but none had been taken. The dead man's papershad not been tampered with. They were carefully examined, and showedthat he was a keen student of international politics, an indefatigablegossip, a remarkable linguist, and an untiring letter writer. He hadbeen on intimate terms with the leading politicians of severalcountries. But nothing sensational was discovered among thedocuments which filled his drawers. As to his relations with women,they appeared to have been promiscuous but superficial. He had manyacquaintances among them, but few friends, and no one whom he loved.His habits were regular, his conduct inoffensive. His death was anabsolute mystery and likely to remain so.
6.  "That's the hand I play from," said Holmes. "I put it all on thetable. But one card is missing. It's the king of diamonds. I don'tknow where the stone is."


1.  "It's a lesson to you that you can't deceive me, ConstableMacPherson," said Lestrade, with dignity. "No doubt you thought thatyour breach of duty could never be discovered, and yet a mere glanceat that drugget was enough to convince me that someone had beenadmitted to the room. It's lucky for you, my man, that nothing ismissing, or you would find yourself in Queer Street. I'm sorry to havecalled you down over such a petty business, Mr. Holmes, but Ithought the point of the second stain not corresponding with the firstwould interest you."
2.  "I think I may safely promise that," said he. "I may add that yourproblem interests me, and that I shall be prepared to look into it.How shall I keep in touch with you?"
3.  "From the police I learned that Miss Morrison, who you remember wentout that evening with Mrs. Barclay, denied having any knowledge ofwhat it was which had caused the ill-humour in which her companion hadreturned.
4.  "Ah! that's interesting. What o'clock was this?"
5.  "I believe I could."
6.  "The doctor?"


1.  "Ah, yes, I shall keep the stone. Thank you. And, I say,Peterson, just buy a goose on your way back and leave it here withme, for we must have one to give to this gentleman in place of theone which your family is now devouring."
2.  I write these few lines through the courtesy of Mr. Moriarty,who awaits my convenience for the final discussion of thosequestions which lie between us. He has been giving me a sketch ofthe methods by which he avoided the English police and kept himselfinformed of our movements. They certainly confirm the very highopinion which I had formed of his abilities. I am pleased to thinkthat I shall be able to free society from any further effects of hispresence, though I fear that it is at a cost which will give pain tomy friends, and especially, my dear Watson, to you. I have alreadyexplained to you, however, that my career had in any case reachedits crisis, and that no possible conclusion to it could be morecongenial to me than this. Indeed, if I may make a full confessionto you, I was quite convinced that the letter from Meiringen was ahoax, and I allowed you to depart on that errand under thepersuasion that some development of this sort would follow. TellInspector Patterson that the papers which he needs to convict the gangare in pigeonhole M., done up in a blue envelope and inscribed"Moriarty." I made every disposition of my property before leavingEngland and handed it to my brother Mycroft. Pray give my greetings toMrs. Watson, and believe me to be, my dear fellow,
3.  "Certainly the incident was unusual. What were your next steps?You examined the room, I presume, to see if the intruder had leftany traces-any cigar-end or dropped glove or hairpin or other trifle?""There was nothing of the sort."
4.  "So I am. Very much so."
5.   "What time?"
6.  "The alarm had reached Scotland Yard by this time, and Mr. Forbes,the detective, came round at once and took up the case with a greatdeal of energy. We hired a hansom, and in half an hour we were atthe address which had been given to us. A young woman opened the door,who proved to be Mrs. Tangey's eldest daughter. Her mother had notcome back yet, and we were shown into the front room to wait."About ten minutes later a knock came at the door, and here wemade the one serious mistake for which I blame myself. Instead ofopening the door ourselves, we allowed the girl to do so. We heard hersay, 'Mother, there are two men in the house waiting to see you,'and an instant afterwards we heard the patter of feet rushing down thepassage. Forbes flung open the door, and we both ran into the backroom or kitchen, but the woman had got there before us. She staredat us with defiant eyes, and then, suddenly recognizing me, anexpression of absolute astonishment came over her face."'Why, if it isn't Mr. Phelps, of the office!' she cried."'Come, come, who did you think we were when you ran away fromus?' asked my companion.


1.  "You are well aware, Dr. Huxtable, that his Grace is particularlyanxious to avoid all public scandal. He prefers to take as fewpeople as possible into his confidence."
2.  I can assure you that you are wasting your time in dogging mymovements. I have, as you discovered last night, a window at theback of my brougham, and if you desire a twenty-mile ride which willlead you to the spot from which you started, you have only to followme. Meanwhile, I can inform you that no spying upon me can in anyway help Mr. Godfrey Staunton, and I am convinced that the bestservice you can do to that gentleman is to return at once to Londonand to report to your employer that you are unable to trace him.Your time in Cambridge will certainly be wasted.
3.  "Of course you saw the J H monogram on my locket," said he. "For amoment I thought you had done something clever. Joseph Harrison ismy name, and as Percy is to marry my sister Annie I shall at leastbe a relation by marriage. You will find my sister in his room, forshe has nursed him hand and foot this two months back. Perhaps we'dbetter go in at once, for I know how impatient he is."
4、  "Well, I've a conscience, sir, and when I chanced to see you go intothis house, as I came hobbling after you, I thought to myself, I'lljust step in and see that kind gentleman, and tell him that if I was abit gruff in my manner there was not any harm meant, and that I ammuch obliged to him for picking up my books."
5、  A drive of an hour brought us to the picture-dealer's establishment.He was a small, stout man with a red face and a peppery manner."Yes, sir. On my very counter, sir," said he. "What we pay rates andtaxes for I don't know, when any ruffian can come in and break one'sgoods. Yes, sir, it was I who sold Dr. Barnicot his two statues.Disgraceful, sir! A Nihilist plot- that's what I make it. No one butan anarchist would go about breaking statues. Red republicans-that's what I call 'em. Who did I get the statues from? I don't seewhat that has to do with it. Well, if you really want to know, I gotthem from Gelder & Co., in Church Street, Stepney. They are awell-known house in the trade, and have been this twenty years. Howmany had I? Three- two and one are three- two of Dr. Barnicot's, andone smashed in broad daylight on my own counter. Do I know thatphotograph? No, I don't. Yes, I do, though. Why, it's Beppo. He wasa kind of Italian piece-work man, who made himself useful in the shop.He could carve a bit, and gild and frame, and do odd jobs. Thefellow left me last week, and I've heard nothing of him since. No, Idon't know where he came from nor where he went to. I had nothingagainst him while he was here. He was gone two days before the bustwas smashed."




  • 张晓平 08-09

      "We have never found it necessary."

  • 孙天义 08-09

      "Seems to be the end of some queer novel, so far as I can see.""It may certainly prove to be the end of a queer tale," said Holmes."You have noticed the number on the top of the page. It is two hundredand forty-five. Where are the odd two hundred and forty-four pages?""Well, I suppose the burglars got those. Much good may it do them!""It seems a queer thing to break into a house in order to steal suchpapers as that. Does it suggest anything to you, Inspector?""Yes, sir, it suggests that in their hurry the rascals justgrabbed at what came first to hand. I wish them joy of what they got.""Why should they go to my son's things"' asked Mrs. Maberley."Well, they found nothing valuable downstairs, so they tried theirluck upstairs. That is how I read it. What do you make of it, Mr.Holmes?"

  • 吕耐锋 08-09

       Before entering, Holmes made an examination of the door which hadbeen forced. It was evident that a chisel or strong knife had beenthrust in, and the lock forced back with it. We could see the marks inthe wood where it had been pushed in.

  • 凤懋伦 08-09

      Lord St. Simon sank into a chair and passed his hand over hisforehead authority

  • 刘绛雯 08-08

    {  Inspector Martin had the good sense to allow my friend to dothings in his own fashion, and contented himself with carefully notingthe results. The local surgeon, an old, white-haired man, had justcome down from Mrs. Hilton Cubitt's room, and he reported that herinjuries were serious, but not necessarily fatal. The bullet hadpassed through the front of her brain, and it would probably be sometime before she could regain consciousness. On the question of whethershe had been shot or had shot herself, he would not venture to expressany decided opinion. Certainly the bullet had been discharged atvery close quarters. There was only the one pistol found in theroom, two barrels of which had been emptied. Mr. Hilton Cubitt hadbeen shot through the heart. It was equally conceivable that he hadshot her and then himself, or that she had been the criminal, forthe revolver lay upon the floor midway between them.

  • 坎德勒 08-07


  • 李训诛 08-07

      Shortly after my marriage I had bought a connection in thePaddington district. Old Mr. Farquhar, from whom I purchased it, hadat one time an excellent general practice; but his age, and anaffliction of the nature of St. Vitus's dance from which hesuffered, had very much thinned it. The public not unnaturally goes onthe principle that he who would heal others must himself be whole, andlooks askance at the curative powers of the man whose own case isbeyond the reach of his drugs. Thus as my predecessor weakened hispractice declined, until when I purchased it from him it had sunk fromtwelve hundred to little more than three hundred a year. I hadconfidence, however, in my own youth and energy and was convinced thatin a very few years the concern would be as flourishing as ever.For three months after taking over the practice I was kept veryclosely at work and saw little of my friend Sherlock Holmes, for I wastoo busy to visit Baker Street and he seldom went anywhere himselfsave upon professional business. I was surprised, therefore, when, onemorning in June, as I sat reading the British Medical Journal afterbreakfast, I heard a ring at the bell, followed by the high,somewhat strident tones of my old companion's voice.

  • 王世雄 08-07

      "Wait a moment," said he. "Are you sure that you are really fit todiscuss things? I have given you a serious shock by my unnecessarilydramatic reappearance."

  • 逯向东 08-06

       "Yes; one of my natural enemies, or, shall I say, my natural prey.Briefly, Watson, I am in the midst of a very remarkable inquiry, and Ihave hoped to find a clue in the incoherent ramblings of these sots,as I have done before now. Had I been recognized in that den my lifewould not have been worth an hour's purchase; for I have used itbefore now for my own purposes, and the rascally lascar who runs ithas sworn to have vengeance upon me. There is a trap-door at theback of that building, near the corner of Paul's Wharf, which couldtell some strange tales of what has passed through it upon themoonless nights."

  • 曹普 08-04

    {  I sprang to my feet, for the expression upon the millionaire'sface was fiendish in its intensity, and he had raised his greatknotted fist. Holmes smiled languidly and reached his hand out for hispipe.

  • 吴满哥 08-04

      "Come at once without fail. Can give you information as to yourrecent loss.