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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Let you have five hundred to-morrow morning."
2.  "You have hopes of solving it?"
3.  "And yet, Watson- and yet! This bridge- a single broad span of stonewith balustraded sides- carries the drive over the narrowest part of along, deep, reedgirt sheet of water. Thor Mere it is called. In themouth of the bridge lay the dead woman. Such are the main facts. Buthere, if I mistake not, is our client, considerably before his time."Billy had opened the door, but the name which he announced was anunexpected one. Mr. Marlow Bates was a stranger to both of us. Hewas a thin, nervous wisp of a man with frightened eyes and atwitching, hesitating manner- a man whom my own professional eye wouldjudge to be on the brink of an absolute nervous breakdown."You seem agitated, Mr. Bates," said Holmes. "Pray sit down. Ifear I can only give you a short time, for I have an appointment ateleven."
4.  "Exactly," said I. "A plausible lawyer could make it out as an actof self-defence. There may be a hundred crimes in the background,but it is only on this one that they can be tried."
5.  "What has happened to her, then?"
6.  Sherlock Holmes listened with closed eyes and fingertips together tothis remarkable account.


1.  "'You must put it down, sir, to my real love for your son.'"'Exactly. I have already made every allowance upon that score. Imust ask you, however, to drop these inquiries. Every family has itsown inner knowledge and its own motives, which cannot always be madeclear to outsiders, however well-intentioned. My wife is anxious tohear something of Godfrey's past which you are in a position to tellher, but I would ask you to let the present and the future alone, Suchinquiries serve no useful purpose, sir, and place us in a delicate anddifficult position.'
2.  The man in the dressing-gown turned upon us with a most melancholyface.
3.  "What! You do not mean bodies?"
4.  "She knew what we had come for, of course- that villain had lostno time in poisoning her mind against us. Miss Winter's adventrather amazed her, I think, but she waved us into our respectivechairs like a reverend abbess receiving two rather leprous mendicants.If your head is inclined to swell, my dear Watson, take a course ofMiss Violet de Merville.
5.  "Adelbert is no coward. His worst enemy couldn't say that of him. Hecan look after himself. There's a burglar alarm at night. Besides,what is there for a burglar- unless they got away with all thisfancy crockery?"
6.  "Exactly, Mr. Holmes. You amaze me. How could you possibly knowthat?"


1.  There could be no doubt that we had reached the end of ourjourney. Pompey ran about and whined eagerly outside the gate, wherethe marks of the brougham's wheels were still to be seen. A footpathled across to the lonely cottage. Holmes tied the dog to the hedge,and we hastened onward. My friend knocked at the little rustic door,and knocked again without response. And yet the cottage was notdeserted, for a low sound came to our ears- a kind of drone ofmisery and despair which was indescribably melancholy. Holmes pausedirresolute, and then he glanced back at the road which he had justtraversed. A brougham was coming down it, and there could be nomistaking those gray horses.
2.  Without a word he made off at top speed, and I proceeded to take thematter in hand, while Stackhurst, dazed at this tragedy, remained bythe body. My first task naturally was to note who was on the beach.From the top of the path I could see the whole sweep of it, and it wasabsolutely deserted save that two or three dark figures could beseen far away moving towards the village of Fulworth. Having satisfiedmyself upon this point, I walked slowly down the path. There wasclay or soft marl mixed with the chalk, and every here and there I sawthe same footstep, both ascending and descending. No one else had gonedown to the beach by this track that morning. At one place Iobserved the print of an open hand with the fingers towards theincline. This could only mean that poor McPherson had fallen as heascended. There were rounded depressions, too, which suggested that hehad come down upon his knees more than once. At the bottom of the pathwas the considerable lagoon left by the retreating tide. At the sideof it McPherson had undressed, for there lay his towel on a rock. Itwas folded and dry, so that it would seem that, after all, he hadnever entered the water. Once or twice as I hunted round amid the hardshingle I came on little patches of sand where the print of his canvasshoe, and also of his naked foot, could be seen. The latter factproved that he had made all ready to bathe, though the towel indicatedthat he had not actually done so.
3.  "Yes, I would swear to his yellow face- a mean dog, I should say.What could he have in common with Sir Robert?"
4.  "'You awake, Jack!' she cried with a nervous laugh. 'Why, Ithought that nothing could awake you.'
5.   "That is possible."
6.  "From the moment, Mr. Soames, that you said to me that no one, noteven Bannister, could have told that the papers were in your room, thecase began to take a definite shape in my mind. The printer one could,of course, dismiss. He could examine the papers in his own office. TheIndian I also thought nothing of. If the proofs were in a roll, hecould not possibly know what they were. On the other hand, it seemedan unthinkable coincidence that a man should dare to enter the room,and that by chance on that very day the papers were on the table. Idismissed that. The man who entered knew that the papers were there.How did he know?


1.  Holmes did not answer. His pale, eager face had suddenly assumedthat tense, far-away expression which I had learned to associatewith the supreme manifestations of his genius. So evident was thecrisis in his mind that none of us dared to speak, and we sat,barrister, prisoner, and myself, watching him in a concentrated andabsorbed silence. Suddenly he sprang from his chair, vibrating withnervous energy and the pressing need for action.
2.  Holmes had disappeared.
3.  Our visitor's angry face gradually cleared.
4、  "No."
5、  "'Be in Birmingham at one,' said he. 'I have a note in my pockethere which you will take to my brother. You will find him at 126BCorporation Street, where the temporary offices of the company aresituated. Of course he must confirm your engagement, but betweenourselves it will be all right.'




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