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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Exactly. There was evidently some mark, some thumbprint,something which might give a clue to the person's identity. Now,Mrs. Warren, you say that the man was of middle size, dark, andbearded. What age would he be?"
2.  "It is really two days since you had the letter. We shouldhave acted before this. You have no further evidence, I suppose,than that which you have placed before us--no suggestive detailwhich might help us?"
3.  "'No,' said I. 'It is your ears. They have the peculiar flatteningand thickening which marks the boxing man.'
4.  He had gleaned along the same furrows as I had. There wasMurdoch's character and the mystery which seemed to hang round theman. His furious bursts of temper, as shown in the incident of thedog. The fact that he had quarrelled with McPherson in the past, andthat there was some reason to think that he might have resented hisattentions to Miss Bellamy. He had all my points, but no fresh ones,save that Murdoch seemed to be making every preparation for departure."What would my position be if I let him slip away with all thisevidence against him?" The burly, phlegmatic man was sorely troubledin his mind.
5.  "So you might describe me," said Holmes cheerfully. "My companion isalso a dangerous ruffian. And together we are going through yourhouse."
6.  "Pray be precise as to details," said he.


1.  "It's for your own sake, Watson," he croaked.
2.  His smile broadened.
3.  "Her defence was reserved for the Assizes. She would say nothing.""The problem is certainly a very interesting one. The point of theletter is very obscure, is it not?"
4.  "That is unusual in a young girl."
5.  "By heaven!" said he, "if you squeal on us, Bob Carruthers, I'llserve you as you served Jack Woodley. You can bleat about the girlto your heart's content, for that's your own affair, but if youround on your pals to this plain-clothes copper, it will be theworst day's work that ever you did."
6.  "Did you see anyone?"


1.  "Here is a book," I said, taking up the little volume, "whichfirst brought light into what might have been forever dark. It isOut of Doors, by the famous observer, J. G. Wood. Wood himself verynearly perished from contact with this vile creature, so he wrote witha very full knowledge. Cyanea capillata is the miscreant's fullname, and he can be as dangerous to life as, and far more painfulthan, the bite of the cobra. Let me briefly give this extract."If the bather should see a loose roundish mass of tawny membranesand fibres, something like very large handfuls of lion's mane andsilver paper, let him beware, for this is the fearful stinger,Cyanea capillata.
2.  "My name is Sherlock Holmes. It is my business to know whatother people don't know."
3.  "It is as well to have our plans ready. Now, what would you regardas final evidence against the receiver?"
4.  "My dear sir, it is painful for me to discuss it, but if the moneyis not paid on the 14th, there certainly will be no marriage on the18th." His insufferable smile was more complacent than ever.Holmes thought for a little.
5.   "No, no; he found it. Its owner is unknown. I beg that youwill look upon it not as a battered billycock but as anintellectual problem. And, first, as to how it came here. Itarrived upon Christmas morning, in company with a good fat goose,which is, I have no doubt, roasting at this moment in front ofPeterson's fire. The facts are these: about four o'clock onChristmas morning, Peterson, who, as you know, is a very honestfellow, was returning from some small jollification and was makinghis way homeward down Tottenham Court Road. In front of him hesaw, in the gaslight, a tallish man, walking with a slightstagger, and carrying a white goose slung over his shoulder. Ashe reached the corner of Goodge Street, a row broke out betweenthis stranger and a little knot of roughs. One of the latterknocked off the man's hat, on which he raised his stick to defendhimself and, swinging it over his head, smashed the shop windowbehind him. Peterson had rushed forward to protect the strangerfrom his assailants; but the man, shocked at having broken thewindow, and seeing an official-looking person in uniform rushingtowards him, dropped his goose, took to his heels, and vanishedamid the labyrinth of small sheets which lie at the back ofTottenham Court Road. The roughs had also fled at the appearanceof Peterson, so that he was left in possession of the field ofbattle, and also of the spoils of victory in the shape of thisbattered hat and a most unimpeachable Christmas goose.""Which surely he restored to their owner?"
6.  "I know your methods, sir, and I applied them. Before I permittedanything to be moved, I examined most carefully the ground outside,and also the floor of the room. There were no footmarks.""Meaning that you saw none?"


1.  "The problem presents features of interest," said he. "I may evensay exceptional features of interest. I have already looked into thematter, and have come, as I think, within sight of my solution. If youcould accompany me in that last step you might be of considerableservice to me."
2.  With a united effort we tore off the coffin-lid. As we did sothere came from the inside a stupefying and overpowering smell ofchloroform. A body lay within, its head ill wreathed in cotton-wool,which had been soaked in the narcotic. Holmes plucked it off anddisclosed the statuesque face of a handsome and spiritual woman ofmiddle age. In an instant he had passed his arm round the figure andraised her to a sitting position.
3.  cross-purposes," said my friend, with dignity. "If you could stepdownstairs with us, we may each be able to give some light to theother upon this miserable affair."
4、  "Old Ralph told me you were there, and I couldn't help taking a peepat you. I hoped you would not have seen me, and I had to run to myburrow when I heard the window go up."
5、  He took up a second letter which had lain unnoticed upon the tablewhile he had been absorbed with the first. This he began to readwith a smile of amusement upon his face which gradually faded awayinto an expression of intense interest and concentration. When hehad finished he sat for some little time lost in thought with theletter dangling from his fingers. Finally, with a start, he arousedhimself from his reverie.




  • 霍利尔 08-07

      "Well, we may have to apply to you again if Mrs. Barclay shouldprove to be in serious trouble."

  • 胡孝慈 08-07

      "'I hope that I have said nothing to pain you?' said I."'Well, you certainly touched upon rather a tender point. Might Iask how you know, and how much you know?' He spoke now in ahalf-jesting fashion, but a look of terror still lurked at the back ofhis eyes.

  • 许锋柏 08-07

       "Surely it is easily, decided, Hope," said the Premier. "Let us havethe despatch-box brought in."

  • 王有泉 08-07

      "It may turn out to be of more interest than you think. You rememberthat the affair of the blue carbuncle, which appeared to be a merewhim at first, developed into a serious investigation. It may be so inthis case, also."

  • 黄向良 08-06

    {  "I hope I didn't harm you. When you accused me of hurting her I lostmy grip of myself. Indeed, I'm not responsible in these days. Mynerves are like live wires. But this situation is beyond me. What Iwant to know, in the first place, Mr. Holmes, is, how in the world youcame to hear of my existence at all."

  • 奥塔罗拉 08-05

      "I saw an ill-dressed vagabond in the lane yesterday evening,"said Mr. Holder.}

  • 海空 08-05

      No, no, Watson, that side of the matter is, of course, obvious.But there is another which is far more subtle. You may recollectthat in the case which you, in your sensational way, coupled withthe Copper Beeches, I was able, by watching the mind of the child,to form a deduction as to the criminal habits of the very smug andrespectable father."

  • 杨有明 08-05

      "No, I cannot say that. But I have heard words which were nearlyas bad- words of cold, cutting contempt, even before the servants.""Our millionaire does not seem to shine in private life," remarkedHolmes as we made our way to the station. "Well, Watson, we havecome on a good many facts, some of them new ones, and yet I seemsome way from my conclusion. In spite of the evident dislike which Mr.Bates has to his employer, I gather from him that when the alarmcame he was undoubtedly in his library. Dinner was over at 8:30 andall was normal up to then. It is true that the alarm was somewhat latein the evening, but the tragedy certainly occurred about the hournamed in the note. There is no evidence at all that Mr. Gibson hadbeen out of doors since his return from town at five o'clock. On theother hand, Miss Dunbar, as I understand it, admits that she hadmade an appointment to meet Mrs. Gibson at the bridge. Beyond this shewould say nothing, as her lawyer, had advised her to reserve herdefence. We have several very vital questions to ask that younglady, and my mind will not be easy until we have seen her. I mustconfess that the case would seem to me to be very black against her ifit were not for one thing."

  • 多尔西 08-04

       "Well, I think that you are in the right. Any truth is better thanindefinite doubt. We had better go up at once. Of course, legally,we are putting ourselves hopelessly in the wrong; but I think thatit is worth it."

  • 瑞·第 08-02

    {  "Pray allow me! My friend Dr. Watson would assure you that thesechanges of temperature are most insidious."

  • 杨钫涵 08-02

      Holmes shook his head. "He did not turn pale. He was pale when weentered the room," said he. "It is just possible that-"His words were interrupted by a sharp rat-tat from the directionof the inner door.