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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "'Of course we searched the house from cellar to garret, but therewas no trace of him. It is, as I have said, a labyrinth of an oldhouse, especially the original wing, which is now practicallyuninhabited; but we ransacked every room and cellar withoutdiscovering the least sign of the missing man. It was incredible to methat he could have gone away leaving all his property behind him,and yet where could he be? I called in the local police, but withoutsuccess. Rain had fallen on the night before, and we examined the lawnand the paths all round the house, but in vain. Matters were in thisstate, when a new development quite drew our attention away from theoriginal mystery.
3.  "The woman came out, but I had hid myself in a doorway. Hersuspicions had been aroused, I think, for she looked round her. Thenshe called a cab and got in. I was lucky enough to get another andso to follow her. She got down at last at No. 36, Poultney Square,Brixton. I drove past, left my cab at the corner of the square, andwatched the house."
4.  "Ha!" cried I, "if it is anything in the nature of a problem whichyou desire to see solved, I should strongly recommend you to come tomy friend, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, before you go to the official police.""Oh, I have heard of that fellow," answered my visitor, "and Ishould be very glad if he would take the matter up, though of course Imust use the official police as well. Would you give me anintroduction to him?"
5.  "No, no, you would not. You are a gentleman. It is a woman'ssecret."
6.  "Yes, it was waiting."


1.  "No."
2.  "If they are not worth more than the last ones they are not ofmuch use," said Amberley with a malevolent scowl. None the less, hekept me company. I had already warned Holmes by telegram of the hourof our arrival, but we found a message waiting that he was at Lewishamand would expect us there. That was a surprise, but an even greaterone was to find that he was not alone in the sittingroom of ourclient. A stern-looking, impassive man sat beside him, a dark man withgray-tinted glasses and a large Masonic plan projecting from his tie."This is my friend Mr. Barker," said Holmes. "He has beeninteresting himself also in your business, Mr. Josiah Amberley, thoughwe have been working independently. But we both have the same questionto ask you!"
3.  "You have not been here before last night?"
4.  "But the crypt?"
5.  "Looking back at the evening which you spent together, does anythingstand out in your memory as throwing any possible light upon thetragedy? Think carefully, Mr. Tregennis, for any clue which can helpme."
6.  He sat opposite to me, and lit a cigarette in his old, nonchalantmanner. He was dressed in the seedy frockcoat of the book merchant,but the rest of that individual lay in a pile of white hair and oldbooks upon the table. Holmes looked even thinner and keener than ofold, but there was a dead-white tinge in his aquiline face whichtold me that his life recently had not been a healthy one."I am glad to stretch myself, Watson," said he. "It is no jokewhen a tall man has to take a foot off his stature for several hourson end. Now, my dear fellow, in the matter of these explanations, wehave, if I may ask for your cooperation, a hard and dangerousnight's work in front of us. Perhaps it would be better if I gaveyou an account of the whole situation when that work is finished.""I am full of curiosity. I should much prefer to hear now.""You'll come with me to-night?"


1.  "'Well, then, you know now. And if you ever put your foot overthat threshold again'-here in an instant the smile hardened into agrin of rage, and he glared down at me with the face of ademon-'I'll throw you to the mastiff.'
2.  "Well, it might be so. Or- well, there is an alternative. Now tocontinue our review of the situation from the time that the quarrel,if there is a quarrel, began. The lady keeps her room, alters herhabits, is not seen save when she drives out with her maid, refuses tostop at the stables to greet her favourite horse, and apparently takesto drink. That covers the case, does it not?"
3.  "Yes, sir, and returned very late- after we were all in bed. He toldme after he had taken the rooms that he would do so and asked me notto bar the door. I heard him come up the stair after midnight.""But his meals?"
4.  "Well, what do you make of it?"
5.   Hall Pycroft shook his clenched hands in the air. "Good Lord!" hecried "while I have been fooled in this way, what has this otherHall Pycroft been doing at Mawson's? What should we do, Mr. Holmes?Tell me what to do."
6.  But there was a delay in that answering telegram, and two days ofimpatience followed, during which Holmes pricked up his ears atevery ring of the bell. the evening of the second there came aletter from Hilton Cubitt. All was quiet with him, save that a longinscription had appeared that morning upon the pedestal of thesundial. He inclosed a copy of it, which is here reproduced:(See illustration.)


1.  His remarks were suddenly cut short by a loud hubbub whichbroke out from the stall which we had just left. Turning round wesaw a little rat-faced fellow standing in the centre of the circleof yellow light which was thrown by the swinging lamp, whileBreckinridge, the salesman, framed in the door of his stall, wasshaking his fists fiercely at the cringing figure.
2.  "But how came the window to be shut and fastened?"
3.  "Could they have forged a medical certificate?"
4、  The plump young man led us to a spot where the top of one of thewooden rails had been cracked. A small fragment of the wood washanging down. Holmes pulled it off and examined it critically."Do you think that was done last night? It looks rather old, does itnot?"
5、  Someone was walking in the chapel above. It was the firm, rapid stepof one who came with a definite purpose and knew, well the ground uponwhich he walked. A light streamed down the stairs, and an instantlater the man who bore it was framed in the Gothic archway. He was aterrible figure, huge in stature and fierce in manner. A largestable-lantern which he field in front of him shone upward upon astrong, heavily moustached face and angry eyes, which glared round himinto every recess of the vault, finally fixing themselves with adeadly stare upon my companion and myself.




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      "There was such earnestness, such despair, in her manner that herwords arrested me, and I stood irresolute before the door."'I will trust you on one condition, and on one condition only,'said I at last. 'It is that this mystery comes to an end from now. Youare at liberty to preserve your secret, but you must promise me thatthere shall be no more nightly visits, no more doings which are keptfrom my knowledge. I am willing to forget those which are past ifyou will promise that there shall be no more in the future.'"'I was sure that you would trust me,' she cried with a great sighof relief. 'It shall be just as you wish. Come away-oh, come away upto the house.'

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       Lower Burke Street proved to be a line of fine houses lying in thevague borderland between Notting Hill and Kensington. The particularone at which my cabman pulled up had an air of smug and demurerespectability in its old-fashioned iron railings, its massivefolding-door, and its shining brasswork. All was in keeping with, asolemn butler who appeared framed in the pink radiance of a tintedelectric light behind him.

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