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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes, it is all we can do to make him wash his hands, and his faceis as black as a tinker's. Well, when once his case has beensettled, he will have a regular prison bath; and I think, if you sawhim, you would agree with me that he needed it."
2.  "'I thought you might run short in the night-time, sir. It is bitterweather and these rooms are cold.'
3.  "But when will that be?"
4.  "At Reading I had to change not only my carriage but my station.However, I was in time for the last train to Eyford, and I reached thelittle dim-lit station after eleven o'clock. I was the onlypassenger who got out there, and there was no one upon the platformsave a single sleepy porter with a lanter. As I passed out through thewicket gate, however, I found my acquaintance of the morning waitingin the shadow upon the other side. Without a word he grasped my armand hurried me into a carriage, the door of which was standing open.He drew up the windows on either side, tapped on the wood-work, andaway we went as fast as the horse could go."
5.  "Mr. Holmes!"
6.  "Yes, Baynes, I've seen it. Pray don't think it a liberty if Igive you a word of friendly warning.


1.  "For twenty minutes I had sat motionless, thinking the matter out.Musgrave still stood with a very pale face, swinging his lantern andpeering down into the hole.
2.  "They are only too clear," I answered with conviction.
3.  "No difficulty in the world," Soames answered. "This set of rooms isquite the oldest in the college, and it is not unusual for visitors togo over them. Come along, and I will personally conduct you.""No names, please!" said Holmes, as we knocked at Gilchrist'sdoor. A tall, flaxen-haired, slim young fellow opened it, and madeus welcome when he understood our errand. There were some reallycurious pieces of mediaeval domestic architecture within. Holmes wasso charmed with one of them that he insisted on drawing it in hisnotebook, broke his pencil, had to borrow one from our host andfinally borrowed a knife to sharpen his own. The same curious accidenthappened to him in the rooms of the Indian- a silent, little,book-nosed fellow, who eyed us askance, and was obviously glad whenHolmes's architectural studies had come to an end. I could not seethat in either case Holmes had come upon the clue for which he wassearching. Only at the third did our visit prove abortive. The outerdoor would not open to our knock, and nothing more substantial thana torrent of bad language came from behind it. "I don't care who youare. You can go to blazes!" roared the angry voice. "Tomorrow's theexam, and I won't be drawn by anyone."
4.  "Well, you can ask the King of Proosia, for all I care. I'vehad enough of it. Get out of this!" He rushed fiercely forward,and the inquirer flitted away into the darkness.
5.  "A serious operation will be necessary before that can be done.But there are still four cartridges in the revolver. Two have beenfired and two wounds inflicted, so that each bullet can be accountedfor."
6.  "What the devil do you mean? Once again I ask you, where is yourwarrant?" shouted the furious Peters, his big red face glaring overthe farther end of the coffin.


1.  "I cannot imagine."
2.  "Who killed Colonel James Barclay, then?"
3.  "Excellent. We have already a clue. There can be no doubtthat the probability--the strong probability--is that the writerwas on board of a ship. And now let us consider another point.In the case of Pondicherry, seven weeks elapsed between the threatand its fulfillment, in Dundee it was only some three or fourdays. Does that suggest anything?"
4.  "'Ah, that is the point. jump in and we can talk it over while wedrive. You remember that fellow who came upon the evening before youleft us?'
5.   "This aroused my curiosity, so when I went out for a walk in thegrounds with my charge, I strolled round to the side from which Icould see the windows of this part of the house. There were four ofthem in a row, three of which were simply dirty, while the fourthwas shuttered up. They were evidently all deserted. As I strolled upand down, glancing at them occasionally, Mr. Rucastle came out tome, looking as merry and jovial as ever.
6.  "I was staggered, sir. I did not know what to do. Then Icalled at the offices round, but none of them seemed to knowanything about it. Finally, I went to the landlord, who is anaccountant living on the ground-floor, and I asked him if he couldtell me what had become of the Red-headed League. He said that hehad never heard of any such body. Then I asked him who Mr. DuncanRoss was. He answered that the name was new to him.


1.  "And I have some business to do which will take some hours.This business at Coburg Square is serious."
2.  "He was last seen on the night of May 13th- that is, the night oflast Monday. His room was on the second floor and was approachedthrough another larger room, in which two boys were sleeping. Theseboys saw and heard nothing, so that it is certain that young Saltiredid not pass out that way. His window was open, and there is a stoutivy plant leading to the ground. We could trace no footmarks below,but it is sure that this is the only possible exit.
3.  She had risen, but she fell back again with a little cry of pain."I must finish," she said. "When my term was over I set myself toget the diary and letters which, if sent to the Russian government,would procure my friend's release. I knew that my husband had cometo England. After months of searching I discovered where he was. Iknew that he still had the diary, for when I was in Siberia I had aletter from him once, reproaching me and quoting some passages fromits pages. Yet I was sure that, with his revengeful nature, he wouldnever give it to me of his own free-will. I must get it for myself.With this object I engaged an agent from a private detective firm, whoentered my husband's house as a secretary- it was your secondsecretary, Sergius, the one who left you so hurriedly. He found thatpapers were kept in the cupboard, and he got an impression of the key.He would not go farther. He furnished me with a plan of the house, andhe told me that in the forenoon the study was always empty, as thesecretary was employed up here. So at last I took my courage in bothhands, and I came down to get the papers for myself. I succeeded;but at what a cost!
4、  "Excellent, Watson! You are scintillating this evening. The idea didcross my mind. There is, as you may have observed, a bicycle shop nextto our inn. Into this I rushed, engaged a bicycle, and was able to getstarted before the carriage was quite out of sight. I rapidly overtookit, and then, keeping at a discreet distance of a hundred yards or so,I followed its lights until we were clear of the town. We had got wellout on the country road, when a somewhat mortifying incident occurred.The carriage stopped, the doctor alighted, walked swiftly back towhere I had also halted, and told me in an excellent sardonicfashion that he feared the road was narrow, and that he hoped hiscarriage did not impede the passage of my bicycle. Nothing couldhave been more admirable than his way of putting it. I at once rodepast the carriage, and, keeping to the main road, I went on for afew miles, and then halted in a convenient place to see if thecarriage passed. There was no sign of it, however, and so it becameevident that it had turned down one of several side roads which Ihad observed. I rode back, but again saw nothing of the carriage,and now, as you perceive, it has returned after me. Of course, I hadat the outset no particular reason to connect these journeys withthe disappearance of Godfrey Staunton, and was only inclined toinvestigate them on the general grounds that everything which concernsDr. Armstrong is at present of interest to us, but, now that I find hekeeps so keen a look-out upon anyone who may follow him on theseexcursions, the affair appears more important, and I shall not besatisfied until I have made the matter clear."
5、  "Mr. Holmes!"




  • 叶天底 08-04

      "What has it turned to, then?"

  • 李晓军 08-04

      The brother scribbled a note upon a leaf of his pocket-book, and,ringing the bell, he handed it to the waiter.

  • 王建坤 08-04

       "The Duke, then?"

  • 郑大贵 08-04

      "I tell you, Mr. Holmes, this man collects women, and takes apride in his collection, as some men collect moths or butterflies.He had it all in that book. Snapshot photographs, names, details,everything about them. It was a beastly book- a book no man, even ifhe had come from the gutter, could have put together. But it wasAdelbert Gruner's book all the same. 'Souls I have ruined.' He couldhave put that on the outside if he had been so minded. However, that'sneither here nor there, for the book would not serve you, and, if itwould, you can't get it."

  • 邵嗣尧 08-03

    {  I seated myself in his armchair and warmed my hands before hiscrackling fire, for a sharp frost had set in, and the windows werethick with the ice crystals. "I suppose," I remarked, "that,homely as it looks, this thing has some deadly story linked on toit--that it is the clue which will guide you in the solution ofsome mystery and the punishment of some crime."

  • 姜澎 08-02

      "There was her statement, Watson, and to me, as you can imagine,it was like a light on a dark night. Everything which had beendisconnected before began at once to assume its true place, and Ihad a shadowy presentiment of the whole sequence of events. My nextstep obviously was to find the man who had produced such aremarkable impression upon Mrs. Barclay. If he were still in Aldershotit should not be a very difficult matter. There are not such a verygreat number of civilians, and a deformed man was sure to haveattracted attention. I spent a day in the search, and byevening-this very evening, Watson-I had run him down. The man's nameis Henry Wood, and he lives in lodgings in this same street in whichthe ladies met him. He has only been five days in the place. In thecharacter of a registration-agent I had a most interesting gossip withhis landlady. The man is by trade a conjurer and performer, goinground the canteens after nightfall, and giving a littleentertainment at each. He carries some creature about with him in thatbox, about which the landlady seemed to be in considerabletrepidation, for she had never seen an animal like it. He uses it insome of his tricks according to her account. So much the woman wasable to tell me, and also that it was a wonder the man lived, seeinghow twisted he was, and that he spoke in a strange tongue sometimes,and that for the last two nights she had heard him groaning andweeping in his bedroom. He was all right, as far as money went, but inhis deposit he had given her what looked like a bad florin. She showedit to me, Watson, and it was an Indian rupee.}

  • 克里斯汀·特雷伯 08-02

      "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?"

  • 李金銘 08-02

      "What, the man who draws them?"

  • 韩诺 08-01

       "Look here, Watson," he said when the cloth was cleared; "just sitdown in this chair and let me preach to you for a little. I don't knowquite what to do, and I should value your advice. Light a cigar andlet me expound."

  • 喻亚洲 07-30

    {  "The senior clerk and draughtsman, Mr. Sidney Johnson. He is a manof forty, married, with five children. He is a silent, morose man, buthe has, on the whole, an excellent record in the public service. He isunpopular with his colleagues, but a hard worker. According to his ownaccount, corroborated only by the word of his wife, he was at home thewhole of Monday evening after office hours, and his key has never leftthe watch-chain upon which it hangs."

  • 金吾 07-30

      "Exactly! There are certainly objections. But it is a formidablecase which they have to meet."