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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "But how can we find where this house lies?"
2.  "This was not all. I have a new writing-table with a fine surface ofred leather. I am prepared to swear, and so is Bannister, that itwas smooth and unstained. Now I found a clean cut in it about threeinches long- not a mere scratch, but a positive cut. Not only this,but on the table I found a small ball of black dough or clay, withspecks of something which looks like sawdust in it. I am convincedthat these marks were left by the man who rifled the papers. Therewere no footmarks and no other evidence as to his identity. I was atmy wit's end, when suddenly the happy thought occurred to me thatyou were in the town, and I came straight round to put the matter intoyour hands. Do help me, Mr. Holmes. You see my dilemma. Either Imust find the man or else the examination must be postponed untilfresh papers are prepared, and since this cannot be done withoutexplanation, there will ensue a hideous scandal, which will throw acloud not only on the college, but on the university. Above allthings, I desire to settle the matter quietly and discreetly.""I shall be happy to look into it and to give you such advice as Ican," said Holmes, rising and putting on his overcoat. "The case isnot entirely devoid of interest. Had anyone visited you in your roomafter the papers came to you?"
3.  "Is there a cellar with a good strong lock?"
4.  "How else can we explain her frenzied anxiety that her second oneshould not enter it? The facts, as I read them, are something likethis: This woman was married in America. Her husband developed somehateful qualities, or shall we say he contracted some loathsomedisease and became a leper or an imbecile? She flies from him at last,returns to England, changes her name, and starts her life, as shethinks, afresh. She has been married three years and believes that herposition is quite secure, having shown her husband the deathcertificate of some man whose name she has assumed, when suddenlyher whereabouts is discovered by her first husband, or, we maysuppose, by some unscrupulous woman who has attached herself to theinvalid. They write to the wife and threaten to come and expose her.She asks for a hundred pounds and endeavours to buy them off. Theycome in spite of it, and when the husband mentions casually to thewife that there are newcomers in the cottage, she knows in some waythat they are her pursuers. She waits until her husband is asleep, andthen she rushes down to endeavour to persuade them to leave her inpeace. Having no success, she goes again next morning, and her husbandmeets her, as he has told us, as she comes out. She promises himthen not to go there again, but two days afterwards the hope ofgetting rid of those dreadful neighbours was too strong for her, andshe made another attempt, taking down with her the photograph whichhad probably been demanded from her. In the midst of this interviewthe maid rushed in to say that the master had come home, on whichthe wife, knowing that he would come straight down to the cottage,hurried the inmates out at the back door, into the grove of fir-trees,probably, which was mentioned as standing near. In this way he foundthe place deserted. I shall be very much surprised, however, if itis still so when he reconnoitres it this evening. What do you think ofmy theory?"
5.  "Yes, sir."
6.  "Not more than two miles to the Hall gates. That's the road to theleft." He watched us with sullen eyes until we had left his premises.We did not go very far along the road, for Holmes stopped theinstant that the curve hid us from the landlord's view."We were warm, as the children say, at that inn," said he. "I seemto grow colder every step that I take away from it. No, no, I can'tpossibly leave it."


1.  "To Holdernesse Hall."
2.  "Well, it might be worth trying. But he has told her most of hissins and had pardon from her, and I understand she will not reopen thequestion."
3.  I may have remarked before that Holmes had, when he liked, apeculiarly ingratiating way with women, and that he very readilyestablished terms of confidence with them. In half the time which hehad named, he had captured the housekeeper's goodwill and was chattingwith her as if he had known her for years.
4.  "My dear Mycroft, I should be delighted."
5.  "I insist upon staying with you."
6.  "You can imagine from what I say that my poor sister Julia and I hadno great pleasure in our lives. No servant would stay with us, and fora long time we did all the work of the house. She was but thirty atthe time of her death, and yet her hair had already begun to whiten,even as mine has."


1.  It was a long ten minutes before Grant Munro broke the silence,and when his answer came it was one of which I love to think. Helifted the little child, kissed her, and then, still carrying her,he held his other hand out to his wife and turned towards the door."We can talk it over more comfortably at home," said he. "I am not avery good man, Effie, but I think that I am a better one than you havegiven me credit for being."
2.  "But I can't walk."
3.  "'Ah, that is what I would give so much to know. The kindly,charitable good old governor-how could he have fallen into theclutches of such a ruffian! But I am so glad that you have come,Holmes. I trust very much to your judgment and discretion, and Iknow that you will advise me for the best.'
4.  "'But to me it seems immensely practical, and I fancy that Bruntontook the same view. He had probably seen it before that night on whichyou caught him.'
5.   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.
6.  "But what is the good of all these vague theories," cried the bankerimpatiently, "When I have told you that I saw Arthur with thecoronet in his hands?"


1.  "Will you come with me?" asked Holmes, glancing up.
2.  "Damn you, Holmes!" cried the Count with blazing eyes. "There arelimits to my patience!"
3.  The Coroner: How was it, then, that he uttered it before he saw you,and before he even knew that you had returned from Bristol?Witness (with considerable confusion): I do not know.
4、  "Oh, remarkably superficial," said Holmes, smiling. "Come, Watson, Idon't think we shall be wanted in Aldershot any more."
5、  "You are here for a rest, my dear fellow. For heaven's sake don'tget started on a new problem when your nerves are all in shreds."Holmes shrugged his shoulders with a glance of comic resignationtowards the colonel, and the talk drifted away into less dangerouschannels.




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      "Well, they ought to be, but they've had a lawsuit for some yearswhich has sucked the blood out of both of them, I fancy. Old Acton hassome claim on half Cunningham's estate, and the lawyers have been atit with both hands."

  • 周乙陶 08-10

       Sir Robert gave him a glance of contempt. "I will take allresponsibility," said he. "Now, Mr. Holmes, listen to a plainstatement of the facts.

  • 王鸿举 08-10

      "To fly would be a confession of guilt."

  • 王霍 08-09

    {  "Well, now, Watson, let us judge the situation by this newinformation. We may take it that the letter came out of this strangehousehold and was an invitation to Garcia to carry out some attemptwhich had already been planned. Who wrote the note? It was someonewithin the citadel, and it was a woman. Who then but Miss Burnet,the governess? All our reasoning seems to point that way. At any rate,we may take it as a hypothesis and see what consequences it wouldentail. I may add that Miss Burnet's age and character make it certainthat my first idea that there might be a love interest in our story isout of the question.

  • 刘羊旸 08-08

      It was seven in the evening of a lovely summer's day, but Dr. Watsonwas sufficiently familiar with the irregularity of his old friend'shours to feel no surprise at the idea.}

  • 吴锦用 08-08

      "Your advice is very excellent, Miss Harrison," said Holmes, rising."I think, Watson, we cannot do better. Do not allow yourself toindulge in false hopes, Mr. Phelps. The affair is a very tangled one.""I shall be in a fever until I see you again," cried thediplomatist.

  • 刘学明 08-08

      "How do you know, then?"

  • 杜思颖 08-07

       "No, he never exchanged a word with him, so far as I know.""That is certainly very singular. Had the boy a bicycle?""No."

  • 臧佑初 08-05

    {  Sherlock Holmes was too irritable for conversation and toorestless for sleep. I left him smoking hard, with his heavy, darkbrows knotted together, and his long, nervous fingers tapping upon thearms of his chair, as he turned over in his mind every possiblesolution of the mystery. Several times in the course of the night Iheard him prowling about the house. Finally, just after I had beencalled in the morning, he rushed into my room. He was in hisdressing-gown, but his pale, hollow-eyed face told me that his nighthad been a sleepless one.

  • 陈开甲 08-05

      "Not so, Watson. It had struck me even at my first perfunctoryreading as very strange, and now that I am in closer touch with thecase it is my only firm ground for hope. We must look for consistency.Where there is a want of it we must suspect deception.""I hardly follow you."