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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Has Amberley been here yet?"
2.  "This promises to be a most interesting and unusual case," saidhe. "You gave me a few particulars in your letter, Mr. HiltonCubitt, but I should be very much obliged if you would kindly goover it all again for the benefit of my friend, Dr. Watson.""I'm not much of a story-teller," said our visitor, nervouslyclasping and unclasping his great, strong hands. "You'll just ask meanything that I don't make clear. I'll begin at the time of mymarriage last year, but I want to say first of all that, though I'mnot a rich man, my people have been at Riding Thorpe for a matter offive centuries, and there is no better known family in the County ofNorfolk. Last year I came up to London for the Jubilee, and Istopped at a boardinghouse in Russell Square, because Parker, thevicar of our parish, was staying in it. There was an American younglady there- Patrick was the name- Elsie Patrick. In some way we becamefriends, until before my month was up I was as much in love as mancould be. We were quietly married at a registry office, and wereturned to Norfolk a wedded couple. You'll think it very mad, Mr.Holmes, that a man of a good old family should marry a wife in thisfashion, knawing nothing of her past or of her people, but if yousaw her and knew her, it would help you to understand.
3.  "Well, now, you do not mean to seriously suggest that this Germanrode off upon a bicycle in the dead of the night, bearing the boy inhis arms?"
4.  "It is, I think, much more likely that Henry Baker is anabsolutely innocent man, who had no idea that the bird which hewas carrying was of considerably more value than if it were madeof solid gold. That, however, I shall determine by a very simpletest if we have an answer to our advertisement."
5.  "Why," said my wife, pulling up her veil, "it is Kate Whitney. Howyou startled me, Kate! I had not an idea who you were when you camein."
6.  "Which means, I suppose, that you are not quite clear about yourcase?"


1.  "There is one other thing you owe, Mr. Holder," said Sherlock Holmesrather sternly.
2.  "All the time that she was telling me this story she never oncelooked in my direction, and her voice was quite unlike her usualtones. It was evident to me that she was saying what was false. I saidnothing in reply, but turned my face to the wall, sick at heart,with my mind filled with a thousand venomous doubts and suspicions.What was it that my wife was concealing from me? Where had she beenduring that strange expedition? I felt that I should have no peaceuntil I knew, and yet I shrank from asking her again after once shehad told me what was false. All the rest of the night I tossed andtumbled, framing theory after theory, each more unlikely than thelast.
4.  "'Why, what did you think?' I asked.
5.  He led us through the passage and out into a dark hall beyond."This is where young McFarlane must have come out to get his hatafter the crime was done," said he. "Now look at this." Withdramatic suddenness he struck a match, and by its light exposed astain of blood upon the whitewashed wall. As he held the match nearer,I saw that it was more than a stain. It was the well-marked print of athumb.
6.  "No, sir, one theatre party came in late. No one else.""Were you on duty all day yesterday?"


1.  "The board-schools."
2.  "'Hampshire. Charming rural place. The Copper Beeches, five miles onthe far side of Winchester. It is the most lovely country, my dearyoung lady, and the dearest old country-house.'
3.  "My dear sir," cried Holmes, "there cannot be the least doubt in theworld that it has been written by two persons doing alternate words.When I draw your attention to the strong t's of 'at' and 'to,' and askyou to compare them with the weak ones of 'quarter' and 'twelve,'you will instantly recognize the fact. A very brief analysis ofthese four words would enable you to say with the utmost confidencethat the 'learn' and the 'maybe' are written in the stronger hand, andthe 'what' in the weaker."
4.  "The line of investigation which I have myself been pursuing. It maygive us nothing. I cannot tell. But at least I shall follow it tothe end."
5.   "No, I assure you. It was quite a different line of thought.Possibly you can leave your notebook with me, and I will check thedates. Now I think, Watson, that our line of action is perfectlyclear. This young lady has informed us- and I have the greatestconfidence in her intuition- that her father remembers little ornothing which occurs upon certain dates. We will therefore call uponhim as if he had given us an appointment upon such a date. He will putit down to his own lack of memory. Thus we will open our campaign byhaving a good close view of him."
6.  "And you think you have evidence that he murdered his late master?""I didn't say so, Mr. Holmes; I didn't say so. We all have ourlittle ways. You try yours and I will try mine. That's the agreement."Holmes shrugged his shoulders as we walked away together. "I can'tmake the man out. He seems to be riding for a fall. Well, as hesays, we must each try our own way and see what comes of it. Butthere's something in Inspector Baynes which I can't quite understand.""Just sit down in that chair, Watson," said Sherlock Holmes whenwe had returned to our apartment at the Bull. "I want to put you intouch with the situation, as I may need your help to-night. Let meshow you the evolution of this case so far as I have been able tofollow it. Simple as it has been in its leading features, it hasnone the less presented surprising difficulties in the way of anarrest. There are gaps in that direction which we have still to fill."We will go back to the note which was handed in to Garcia uponthe evening of his death. We may put aside this idea of Baynes'sthat Garcia's servants were concerned in the matter. The proof of thislies in the fact that it was he who had arranged for the presence ofScott Eccles, which could only have been done for the purpose of analibi. It was Garcia, then, who had an enterprise, and apparently acriminal enterprise, in hand that night in the course of which hemet his death. I say 'criminal' because only a man with a criminalenterprise desires to establish an alibi. Who, then, is most likely tohave taken his life? Surely the person against whom the criminalenterprise was directed. So far it seems to me that we are on safeground.


1.  "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.
2.  "Dangerous, Watson, very dangerous. No, I hardly see them doingthat. Pull up, cabby! This is evidently the undertaker's, for wehave just passed the pawnbroker's. Would you go in, Watson? Yourappearance inspires confidence. Ask what hour the Poultney Squarefuneral takes place to-morrow."
3.  I had never seen my friend's face so grim or his brow so dark asit was when we turned from the scene of this investigation. We hadwalked several times up and down the lawn, neither Miss Stoner normyself liking to break in upon his thoughts before he roused himselffrom his reverie.
4、  "I see no marks."
5、  "Well, Watson, we seem to have fallen upon evil days," said he ina feeble voice, but with something of his old carelessness of manner."My dear fellow!" I cried, approaching him.




  • 陈埭 08-10

      "Pray do so."

  • 李军辉 08-10

      "Of course! Very right! very right! I'm sure I beg pardon. As tomy own case, I am ready to give you any information which may assistyou in forming an opinion."

  • 北-华山 08-10

       "Well, we don't seem to have much material to help us. Do you saynothing has come out of that room- absolutely nothing?"The landlady drew an envelope from her bag, from it she shook outtwo burnt matches and a cigarette-end upon the table.

  • 王鑫华 08-10

      "He was bare-headed, but he had a black cloak thrown over hisshoulder, so that he could conceal his face in an instant if therewere any alarm. He walked on tiptoe under the shadow of the wall,and when he reached the window he worked a long-bladed knife throughthe sash and pushed back the catch. Then he flung open the window, andputting his knife through the crack in the shutters, he thrust the barup and swung them open.

  • 于海洋 08-09

    {  "You say he was painting. What was he painting?"

  • 桂德柱 08-08

      "It's devilish, Mr. Holmes, devilish!" cried Mortimer Tregennis. "Itis not of this world. Something has come into that room which hasdashed the light of reason from their minds. What human contrivancecould do that?"}

  • 吴前进 08-08

      "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?"

  • 丁其刚 08-08

      "This is the envelope," he continued. "The postmark isLondon--eastern division. Within are the very words which wereupon my father's last message: `K. K. K.'; and then `Put thepapers on the sundial.'"

  • 陈蕊 08-07

       "There is a train at half-past nine," said I, glancing over myBradshaw. "It is due at Winchester at 11:3O."

  • 阎旭东 08-05

    {  Merton scratched his short-cropped pate.

  • 黄潭河 08-05

      "And over here is what appears to be the fragment of a hotel bill,which interests me deeply."