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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Has Amberley been here yet?"
2.  "I can assure you," said Holmes, "that every essential is alreadyknown. We know that you were pressed for money; that you took animpress of the keys which your brother held; and that you entered intoa correspondence with Oberstein, who answered your letters through theadvertisement columns of the Daily Telegraph. We are aware that youwent down to the office in the fog on Monday night, but that youwere seen and followed by young Cadogan West, who had probably someprevious reason to suspect you. He saw your theft, but could notgive the alarm, as it was just possible that you were taking thepapers to your brother in London. Leaving all his private concerns,like the good citizen that he was, he followed you closely in thefog and kept at your heels until you reached this very house. There heintervened, and then it was, Colonel Walter, that to treason you addedthe more terrible crime of murder."
3.  "Very possibly! very possibly!" cried Mr. Pinner with a ghastlysmile. "Yes, I have no doubt that we shall be able to do something foryou. What is your particular line, Mr. Harris?"
4.  "None the less, with your permission, I should be much interested tohear his account."
5.  "'I say a night's work, but an hour's would be nearer the mark. Isimply want your opinion about a hydraulic stamping machine whichhas got out of gear. If you show us what is wrong we shall soon set itright ourselves. What do you think of such a commission as that?'"'The work appears to be light and the pay munificent.'"'Precisely so. We shall want you to come to-night by the lasttrain.'
6.  The inspector drew a folded sheet of foolscap from his pocketbook."I never pass anything, however trifling," said he with somepomposity. "That is my advice to you, Mr. Holmes. In twenty-fiveyears' experience I have learned my lesson. There is always the chanceof finger-marks or something."


1.  .
2.  "As I grew richer I grew more ambitious, took a house in thecountry, and eventually married, without anyone having a suspicionas to my real occupation. My dear wife knew that I had business in theCity. She little knew what.
3.  "Well, he is variable. I'll say that for him."
4.  "No, sir."
5.  "Certainly, madam."
6.  "It is John Hopley Neligan."


1.  "By all means."
2.  "That's his bedroom," Holmes whispered. "This door opens straightinto the study. It would suit us best, but it is bolted as well aslocked, and we should make too much noise getting in. Come round here.There's a greenhouse which opens into the drawing-room."The place was locked, but Holmes removed a circle of glass andturned the key from the inside. An instant afterwards he had closedthe door behind us, and we had become felons in the eyes of the law.The thick, warm air of the conservatory and the rich, chokingfragrance of exotic plants took us by the throat. He seized my hand inthe darkness and led me swiftly past banks of shrubs which brushedagainst our faces. Holmes had remarkable powers, carefully cultivated,of seeing in the dark. Still holding my hand in one of his, heopened a door, and I was vaguely conscious that we had entered a largeroom in which a cigar had been smoked not long before. He felt his wayamong the furniture, opened another door, and closed it behind us.Putting out my hand I felt several coats hanging from the wall, andI understood that I was in a passage. We passed along it and Holmesvery gently opened a door upon the right-hand side. Something rushedout at us and my heart sprang into my mouth, but I could havelaughed when I realized that it was the cat. A fire was burning inthis new room, and again the air was heavy with tobacco smoke.Holmes entered on tiptoe, waited for me to follow, and then verygently closed the door. We were in Milverton's study, and a portiereat the farther side showed the entrance to his bedroom.It was a good fire, and the room was illuminated by it. Near thedoor I saw the gleam of an electric switch, but it was unnecessary,even if it had been safe, to turn it on. At one side of thefireplace was a heavy curtain which covered the bay window we had seenfrom outside. On the other side was the door which communicated withthe veranda. A desk stood in the centre, with a turning-chair ofshining red leather. Opposite was a large bookcase, with a marble bustof Athene on the top. In the corner, between the bookcase and thewall, there stood a tall, green safe, the firelight flashing back fromthe polished brass knobs upon its face. Holmes stole across and lookedat it. Then he crept to the door of the bedroom, and stood withslanting head listening intently. No sound came from within. Meanwhileit had struck me that it would be wise to secure our retreat throughthe outer door, so I examined it. To my amazement, it was neitherlocked nor bolted. I touched Holmes on the arm, and he turned hismasked face in that direction. I saw him start, and he was evidentlyas surprised as I.
3.  PERICOLO- pericolo- eh, what's that, Watson? 'Danger,' isn't it?Yes, by Jove, it's a danger signal. There he goes again! PERI. Halloa,what on earth-"
4.  "I went as far as the Crystal Palace, spent an hour in thegrounds, and was back in Norbury by one o'clock. It happened that myway took me past the cottage, and I stopped for an instant to lookat the windows and to see if I could catch a glimpse of the strangeface which had looked out at me on the day before. As I stood there,imagine my surprise, Mr. Holmes, when the door suddenly opened andmy wife walked out.
5.   "I have some papers here," said my friend Sherlock Holmes as wesat one winter's night on either side of the fire, "which I reallythink, Watson, that it would be worth your while to glance over. Theseare the documents in the extraordinary case of the Gloria Scott, andthis is the message which struck Justice of the Peace Trevor dead withhorror when he read it."
6.  "Meaning that I lie."


1.  "It's all here, Count. The real facts as to the death of old Mrs.Harold, who left you the Blymer estate, which you so rapidly gambledaway."
2.  "D'you think you know more about fowls than I, who havehandled them ever since I was a nipper? I tell you, all thosebirds that went to the Alpha were town bred."
3.  "One of a pair? Where is the other?"
4、  The hound was secured, and together we carried the professor up tohis room, where Bennett, who had a medical degree, helped me todress his torn throat. The sharp teeth had passed dangerously near thecarotid artery, and the haemorrhage was serious. In half an hour thedanger was past, I had given the patient an injection of morphia,and he had sunk into deep sleep. Then, and only then, were we ableto look at each other and to take stock of the situation."I think a first-class surgeon should see him," said I."For God's sake, no!" cried Bennett. "At present the scandal isconfined to our own household. It is safe with us. If it gets beyondthese walls it will never stop. Consider his position at theuniversity, his European reputation, the feelings of his daughter.""Quite so," said Holmes. "I think it may be quite possible to keepthe matter to ourselves, and also to prevent its recurrence now thatwe have a free hand. The key from the watch-chain, Mr. Bennett.Macphail will guard the patient and let us know if there is anychange. Let us see what we can find in the professor's mysteriousbox."
5、  The fellow gave a bellow of anger and sprang upon me like a tiger. Ihave held my own in many a struggle, but the man had a grip of ironand the fury of a fiend. His hand was on my throat and my senseswere nearly gone before an unshaven French ouvrier in a blue blousedarted out from a cabaret opposite, with a cudgel in his hand, andstruck my assailant a sharp crack over the forearm, which made himleave go his hold. He stood for an instant fuming with rage anduncertain whether he should not renew his attack. Then, with a snarlof anger, he left me and entered the cottage from which I had justcome. I turned to thank my preserver, who stood beside me in theroadway.




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