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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Good-evening. It's a cold night"' said Holmes.
2.  "No, sir; I believe you mean well by me. But we all have our ownsystems, Mr. Holmes. You have yours, and maybe I have mine.""Let us say no more about it."
3.  "I did exactly what you advised."
4.  "Now that you mention it, I did see old Ralph carrying a basket downthe garden walk and going in the direction of this house. The ideaof food did not occur to me at the moment."
5.  "Well, if Holmes takes the same view, that would account for hisaction, would it not? Presuming that your theory is correct, if he canlay his hands upon the man who threatened you last night he willhave gone a long way towards finding who took the naval treaty. Itis absurd to suppose that you have two enemies, one of whom robsyou, while the other threatens your life."
6.  "`And he is admirably suited for it,' the other answered. `Hehas every requirement. I cannot recall when I have seen anythingso fine.' He took a step backward, cocked his head on one side,and gazed at my hair until I felt quite bashful. Then suddenly heplunged forward, wrung my hand, and congratulated me warmly on mysuccess.


1.  "I only heard of it this morning," the lawyer explained."Mr. Holmes advised me to have some friend in the house. I neglectedhis advice, and I have paid for it."
2.  "Yes, sir."
3.  McFarlane turned to us with a gesture of despair, and sank intohis chair once more like one who is crushed.
4.  "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."
5.  "Reginald Musgrave had been in the same college as myself, and I hadsome slight acquaintance with him. He was not generally popularamong the undergraduates, though it always seemed to me that whatwas set down as pride was really an attempt to cover extreme naturaldiffidence. In appearance he was a man of an exceedinglyaristocratic type, thin, high-nosed, and large-eyed, with languidand yet courtly manners. He was indeed a scion of one of the veryoldest families in the kingdom, though his branch was a cadet onewhich had separated from the northern Musgraves some time in thesixteenth century and had established itself in western Sussex,where the Manor House of Hurlstone is perhaps the oldest inhabitedbuilding in the county. Something of his birth-place seemed to clingto the man, and I never looked at his pale, keen face or the poiseof his head without associating him with gray archways and mullionedwindows and all the venerable wreckage of a feudal keep. Once or twicewe drifted into talk, and I can remember that more than once heexpressed a keen interest in my methods of observation and inference."For four years I had seen nothing of him until one morning hewalked into my room in Montague Street. He had changed little, wasdressed like a young man of fashion-he was always a bit of a dandy-andpreserved the same quiet, suave manner which had formerlydistinguished him.
6.  "That he desired to conceal his handwriting."


1.  "'Because during the last few nights I have always, about three inthe morning, heard a low, clear whistle. I am a light sleeper, andit has awakened me. I cannot tell where it came from-perhaps fromthe next room, perhaps from the lawn. I thought that I would justask you whether you had heard it.'
2.  "Yes, sir."
3.  "I never get your limits, Watson," said he. "There are unexploredpossibilities about you. Take a wire down, like a good fellow. 'Willexamine your case with pleasure.'"
4.  "It is difficult- very difficult."
5.   "Let us, then, form the provisional theory that every nine daysthe professor takes some strong drug which has a passing but highlypoisonous effect. His naturally violent nature is intensified by it.He learned to take this drug while he was in Prague, and is nowsupplied with it by a Bohemian intermediary in London. This allhangs together, Watson!"
6.  "You were yourself struck by the nature of the injury as recorded bythe surgeon at the inquest. The blow was struck from immediatelybehind, and yet was upon the left side. Now, how can that be unless itwere by a left-handed man? He had stood behind that tree during theinterview between the father and son. He had even smoked there. Ifound the ash of a cigar, which my special knowledge of tobaccoashes enables me to pronounce as an Indian cigar. I have, as you know,devoted some attention to this, and written a little monograph onthe ashes of 140 different varieties of pipe, cigar, and cigarettetobacco. Having found the ash, I then looked round and discoveredthe stump among the moss where he had tossed it. It was an Indiancigar, of the variety which are rolled in Rotterdam."


1.  "'This is my secretary and manager,' said the colonel. 'By theway, I was under the impression that I left this door shut just now. Ifear that you have felt the draught.'
2.  "I am quite well again. I cannot imagine how I came to be so weak. Iwish you, Mr. Holmes, to come to Mackleton with me by the next train."My friend shook his head.
3.  "Murder, if ever there was one upon earth."
4、  There was no rain, as Holmes had foretold, and the morning brokebright and cloudless. At nine o'clock Lestrade called for us withthe carriage, and we set off for Hatherley Farm and the Boscombe Pool."There is serious news this morning," Lestrade observed. "It is saidthat Mr. Turner, of the Hall, is so ill that his life is despairedof."
5、  "It is his hat."




  • 吴伯进 08-05

      "No, thank goodness, she did not."

  • 谢胜权 08-05

      "Come, Watson," said he, and we passed from that house of grief intothe pale sunlight of the winter day.

  • 黄腾 08-05

       Sherlock Holmes smiled demurely.

  • 毛宇算 08-05

      "`No excuse will avail,' said Mr. Duncan Ross; `neithersickness nor business nor anything else. There you must stay, oryou lose your billet.'

  • 沈署昆 08-04

    {  I have only one further note of this case. It is the letter whichHolmes wrote in final answer to that with which the narrativebegins. It ran thus:

  • 李旭利 08-03

      "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."}

  • 谢世千 08-03

      'Yours faithfully,

  • 王智贤 08-03

      "You may be sure he has them hidden in a safe place. When thewhole elopement had passed into history, he would suddenly discoverthem and announce that the guilty couple had relented and sent backthe plunder or had dropped it on the way."

  • 林恩韦伯 08-02

       "It was a slight, sir, a public slight," said Lord St. Simon,tapping his fingers upon the table.

  • 杨裕生 07-31

    {  "I was about to answer when the girl broke in like a whirlwind. Ifever you saw flame and ice face to face, it was those two women."'I'll tell you who I am,' she cried, springing out of her chair,her mouth all twisted with passion- 'I am his last mistress. I amone of a hundred that he has tempted and used and ruined and throwninto the refuse heap, as he will you also. Your refuse heap is morelikely to be a grave, and maybe that's the best. I tell you, youfoolish woman, if you marry this man he'll be the death of you. It maybe a broken heart or it may be a broken neck, but he'll have you oneway or the other. It's not out of love for you I'm speaking. I don'tcare a tinker's curse whether you live or die. It's out of hate forhim and to spite him and to get back on him for what he did to me. Butit's all the same, and you needn't look at me like that, my fine lady,for you may be lower than I am before you are through with it.'"'I should prefer not to discuss such matters,' said Miss deMerville coldly. 'Let me say once for all that I am aware of threepassages in my fiance's life in which he became entangled withdesigning women, and that I am assured of his hearty repentance forany evil that he may have done.'

  • 朱镇模 07-31

      "That clay and chalk mixture which I see upon your toe caps isquite distinctive."