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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Then that, of course, accounts for my getting no answer," saidHolmes. "Dear me, how very stupid of me, to be sure! Good-morning,miss, and many thanks for having relieved my mind." He chuckled andrubbed his hands when we found ourselves in the street once more."Well?" I asked.
2.  "You have a maid who has a sweetheart? I think that you remarkedto your uncle last night that she had been out to see him?""Yes, and she was the girl who waited in the drawing-room, and whomay have heard uncle's remarks about the coronet."
3.  "Quite so. Now turn that up in the ledger."
4.  I saw Holmes and Hopkins exchange a quick glance.
5.  "Well, everywhere. They were at the morass, and again on the path,and again near where poor Heidegger met his death."
6.  "Yes," she said at last, "I had a feeling that there was somethingon his mind."


1.  "'"I did so and found my other neighbour to be a young fellow inmuch the same position as myself, whose crime had been forgery. Hisname was Evans, but he afterwards changed it, like myself, and he isnow a rich and prosperous man in the south of England. He was readyenough to join the conspiracy, as the only means of savingourselves, and before we had crossed the bay there were only two ofthe prisoners who were not in the secret. One of these was of weakmind, and we did not dare to trust him, and the other was sufferingfrom jaundice and could not be of any use to us.
2.  The Crooked Man.
3.  "I bowed.
4.  "I have a few dates here which will give you the career of thedead man, Captain Peter Carey. He was born in '45- fifty years of age.He was a most daring and successful seal and whale fisher. In 1883he commanded the steam sealer Sea Unicorn, of Dundee. He had thenhad several successful voyages in succession, and in the followingyear, 1884, he retired. After that he travelled for some years, andfinally he bought a small place called Woodman's Lee, near Forest Row,in Sussex. There he has lived for six years, and there he died justa week ago to-day.
5.  "Yes, to-day, if you like."
6.  "What I say is true," Holmes answered. "The money cannot be found.Surely it is better for you to take the substantial sum which Ioffer than to ruin this woman's career, which can profit you in noway?"


1.  'I was foolish enough to go into the empty wing,' I answered. 'Butit is so lonely and eerie in this dim light that I was frightenedand ran out again. Oh, it is so dreadfully still in there!'"'Only that?' said he, looking at me keenly.
2.  "And how could you tell that they would make their attemptto-night?" I asked.
3.  "Then comes our expedition of to-day. By an examination of theground I gained the trifling details which I gave to that imbecileLestrade, as to the personality of the criminal."
4.  "And what is your conclusion?"
5.   "Did you make any local inquiries?"
6.  "Thank God for that. But come in. You must be weary, for you havehad a long day."


1.  "Well, I suppose I may call him so. He has been sent on by the Yard.Just as medical men occasionally send their incurables to a quack.They argue that they can do nothing more, and that whatever happensthe patient can be no worse than he is."
2.  "Dear me! But surely you have inadvertently let out the name of yourclient? It is no doubt General de Merville."
3.  "Well, that's reasonable enough," said Lestrade. "Nothing furtheryou have to say, Mr. Holmes, before we go?"
4、  "Dear me! I must have a look at the matter."
5、  "Elementary," said he. "It is one of those instances where thereasoner can produce an effect which seems remarkable to hisneighbour, because the latter has missed the one little point which isthe basis of the deduction. The same may be said, my dear fellow,for the effect of some of these little sketches of yours, which isentirely meretricious, depending as it does upon your retaining inyour own hands some factors in the problem which are never imparted tothe reader. Now, at present I am in the position of these samereaders, for I hold in this hand several threads of one of thestrangest cases which ever perplexed a man's brain, and yet I lack theone or two which are needful to complete my theory. But I'll havethem, Watson, I'll have them!" His eyes kindled and a slight flushsprang into his thin cheeks. For an instant the veil had lifted uponhis keen, intense nature, but for an instant only. When I glancedagain his face had resumed that red-Indian composure which had made somany regard him as a machine rather than a man.




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