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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I've been thinking it over, Mr. Holmes, and I feel that I have beenhasty in taking your remarks amiss. You are justified in gettingdown to the facts, whatever they may be, and I think the more of youfor it. I can assure you, however, that the relations between MissDunbar and me don't really touch this case."
2.  "Where, then?"
3.  "It was the man's own pouch, sir. His initials were inside it. Andit was of sealskin,- and he was an old sealer."
4.  "They use none. There is a stove. The bell-rope hangs from thewire just to the right of my desk. Whoever rang it must have comeright up to the desk to do it. But why should any criminal wish toring the bell? It is a most insoluble mystery."
5.  "Hullo!" said Stackhurst. The man nodded, gave us a sidewaysglance from his curious dark eyes, and would have passed us, but hisprincipal pulled him up.
6.  "Even now I was in considerable difficulty, but a happy thoughtput me in possession of several other letters. It occurred to methat if these appeals came, as I expected, from someone who had beenintimate with the lady in her early life, a combination whichcontained two E's with three letters between might very well stand forthe name `ELSIE.' On examination I found that such a combinationformed the termination of the message which was three timesrepeated. It was certainly some appeal to `Elsie.' In this way I hadgot my L, S, and I. But what appeal could it be? There were onlyfour letters in the word which preceded `Elsie,' and it ended in E.Surely the word must be `COME.' I tried all other four lettersending in E, but could find none to fit the case. So now I was inpossession of C, O, and M, and I was in a position to attack the firstmessage once more, dividing it into words and putting dots for eachsymbol which was still unknown. So treated, it worked out in thisfashion:


1.  "Can you ask, my dear Watson? Do you imagine that I have norespect for your medical talents? Could I fancy that your astutejudgment would pass a dying man who, however weak, had no rise ofpulse or temperature? At four yards, I could deceive you. If Ifailed to do so, who would bring my Smith within my grasp? No, Watson,I would not touch that box. You can just see if you look at itsideways where the sharp spring like a viper's tooth emerges as youopen it. I dare say it was by some such device that poor Savage, whostood between this monster and a reversion, was done to death. Mycorrespondence, however, is, as you know, a varied one, and I amsomewhat upon my guard against any packages which reach me. It wasclear to me, however, that my pretending that he had reallysucceeded in his design I might surprise a confession. That pretence Ihave carried out with the thoroughness of the true artist. Thankyou, Watson, you must help me on with my coat. When we have finishedat the police station I can think that something nutritious atSimpson's would not be out of place."
2.  "A coincidence! Here is one of the three men whom we had named aspossible actors in this drama, and he meets a violent death during thevery hours when we know that that drama was being enacted. The oddsare enormous against its being coincidence. No figures could expressthem. No, my dear Watson, the two events are connected- must beconnected. It is for us to find the connection."
3.  "I have been listening to her for the last five minutes, but did notwish to interrupt your most interesting narrative. Just a littlewheezy, Susan, are you not? You breathe too heavily for that kind ofwork."
4.  "'Not reliable ones. Their system is different from ours. Stick atit, and let me have the lists by Monday, at twelve. Good-day, Mr.Pycroft. If you continue to show zeal and intelligence you will findthe company a good master.'
5.  "I have the advantage of knowing your habits, my dear Watson,"said he. "When your round is a short one you walk, and when it is along one you use a hansom. As I perceive that your boots, althoughused, are by no means dirty, I cannot doubt that you are at presentbusy enough to justify the hansom."
6.  The Five Orange Pips


1.  "'He crept away, his face sunk upon his breast, like a broken man,while I put out the light and returned to my room.
2.  "Who keeps Lady Beatrice Falder company?" he asked at last."There is her maid, Carrie Evans. She has been with her this fiveyears."
3.  "Royal Artillery, I fancy," said Sherlock.
4.  I trust that I am not more dense than my neighbours, but I wasalways oppressed with a sense of my own stupidity in my dealingswith Sherlock Holmes. Here I had heard what he had heard, I hadseen what he had seen, and yet from his words it was evident thathe saw clearly not only what had happened but what was about tohappen, while to me the whole business was still confused andgrotesque. As I drove home to my house in Kensington I thoughtover it all, from the extraordinary story of the red-headed copierof the Encyclopaedia down to the visit to Saxe-Coburg Square, andthe ominous words with which he had parted from me. What was thisnocturnal expedition, and why should I go armed? Where were wegoing, and what were we to do? I had the hint from Holmes thatthis smooth-faced pawnbroker's assistant was a formidable man--aman who might play a deep game. I tried to puzzle it out, butgave it up in despair and set the matter aside until night shouldbring an explanation.
5.   "Very interesting- very interesting, indeed!" said Holmes, peeringat this sinister relic. "Anything more?"
6.  "I wish you to understand, in the first place, that I am notemployed by Lord Mount-James, and that my sympathies in this matterare entirely against that nobleman. When a man is lost it is my dutyto ascertain his fate, but having done so the matter ends so far asI am concerned, and so long as there is nothing criminal I am muchmore anxious to hush up private scandals than to give thempublicity. If, as I imagine, there is no breach of the law in thismatter, you can absolutely depend upon my discretion and mycooperation in keeping the facts out of the papers."


1.  "'The governor is dying,' were the first words he said."'Impossible!' I cried. 'What is the matter?'
2.  "Last Monday I had finished for the day and was dressing in myroom above the opium den when I looked out of my window and saw, to myhorror and astonishment that my wife was standing in the street,with her eyes fixed full upon me. I gave a cry of surprise, threw upmy arms to cover my face, and, rushing to my confidant the lascar,entreated him to prevent anyone from coming up to me. I heard hervoice downstairs, but I knew that she could not ascend. Swiftly Ithrew off my clothes, pulled on those of a beggar, and put on mypigments and wig. Even a wife's eyes could not pierce so complete adisguise. But then it occurred to me that there might be a search inthe room, and that the clothes might betray me. I threw open thewindow, reopening by my violence a small cut which I had inflictedupon myself in the bedroom that morning. Then I seized my coat,which was weighted by the coppers which I had just transferred to itfrom the leather bag in which I carried my takings. I hurled it out ofthe window, and it disappeared into the Thames. The other clotheswould have followed, but at that moment there was a rush of constablesup the stair, and a few minutes after I found, rather, I confess, tomy relief, that instead of being identified as Mr. Neville St.Clair, I was arrested as his murderer.
3.  "Hum! I am afraid Joseph's character is a rather deeper and moredangerous one than one might judge from his appearance. From what Ihave heard from him this morning, I gather that he has lost heavily indabbling with stocks, and that he is ready to do anything on earthto better his fortunes. Being an absolutely selfish man, when a chancepresents itself he did not allow either his sister's happiness or yourreputation to hold his hand."
4、  Sterndale mopped his forehead with his handkerchief. "Upon myword, you are getting on," said he. "Do all your successes depend uponthis prodigious power of bluff?"
5、  "It is very essential, Miss Stoner," said he, "that you shouldabsolutely follow my advice in every respect."




  • 瑟斯 08-05

      "What, you're on his track?"

  • 彭筱璐 08-05

      "It is John Hopley Neligan."

  • 何枚繁 08-05

       "I must put it plainly, Mr. Holmes. If only you two know of thisincident, there is no reason why it should go any farther. I thinktwelve thousand pounds is the sum that I owe you, is it not?"But Holmes smiled and shook his head.

  • 陈小虎 08-05

      "To Holdernesse Hall."

  • 刘育生 08-04

    {  "Who was the criminal, then?"

  • 褚英娣 08-03

      "Impossible, I say."}

  • 克里斯托弗·博丁 08-03


  • 陈子强 08-03

      "She said that her husband was very tired and she wished torelieve him."

  • 武盾 08-02

       Holmes sprang from his chair.

  • 艾玛·沃森 07-31

    {  "I am afraid so. I had brought a pack of cards in my pocket,and I thought that, as we were a partie carree, you might haveyour rubber after all. But I see that the enemy's preparationshave gone so far that we cannot risk the presence of a light.And, first of all, we must choose our positions. These are daringmen, and though we shall take them at a disadvantage, they may dous some harm unless we are careful. I shall stand behind thiscrate, and do you conceal yourselves behind those. Then, when Iflash a light upon them, close in swiftly. If they fire, Watson,have no compunction about shooting them down."

  • 胡伟鸣 07-31

      "The other bicycle."