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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "'This is very extraordinary conduct, Mr. Latimer,' I stammered.'You must be aware that what you are doing is quite illegal.'"'It is somewhat of a liberty, no doubt,' said he, 'but we'll makeit up to you. I must warn you, however, Mr. Melas, that if at any timeto-night you attempt to raise an alarm or do anything which is againstmy interest, you will find it a very serious thing. I beg you toremember that no one knows where you are, and that, whether you are inthis carriage or in my house, you are equally in my power.'"His words were quiet but he had a rasping way of saying them, whichwas very menacing. I sat in silence wondering what on earth could behis reason for kidnapping me in this extraordinary fashion. Whateverit might be, it was perfectly clear that there was no possible usein my resisting, and that I could only wait to see what might befall."For nearly two hours we drove without my having the least clue asto where we were going. Sometimes the rattle of the stones told of apaved causeway, and at others our smooth, silent course suggestedasphalt; but, save by this variation in sound, there was nothing atall which could in the remotest way help me to form a guess as towhere we were. The paper over each window was impenetrable to light,and a blue curtain was drawn across the glasswork in front. It was aquarter past seven when we left Pall Mall, and my watch showed me thatit was ten minutes to nine when we at last came to a standstill. Mycompanion let down the window, and I caught a glimpse of a low, archeddoorway with a lamp burning above it. As I was hurried from thecarriage it swung open, and I found myself inside the house, with avague impression of a lawn and trees on each side of me as Ientered. Whether these were private grounds, however, or bona-fidecountry was more than I could possibly venture to say.
2.  "What the devil do you mean by this, Mr. Holmes? Do you dismiss mycase?"
3.  "I remember."
4.  "'Be in Birmingham at one,' said he. 'I have a note in my pockethere which you will take to my brother. You will find him at 126BCorporation Street, where the temporary offices of the company aresituated. Of course he must confirm your engagement, but betweenourselves it will be all right.'
5.  "Could you not give me the points?"
6.  I have wondered whether Ian-"


1.  "Oh, yes, you can. This is my point." He placed his finger in thecentre of the circle. "This is where we shall find them.""But the twelve-mile drive?" gasped Hatherley.
2.  "Every precaution is still necessary," he whispered. "I havereason to think that they are hot upon our trail. Ah, there isMoriarty himself."
3.  "I told you yesterday, and I repeat to-day, that it was not.""You are sure of it! Then let us hurry to him at once to let himknow that the truth is known."
4.  The young inspector winced at my companion's ironical comments."I was a fool not to call you in at the time Mr. Holmes. However,that's past praying for now. Yes, there were several objects in theroom which called for special attention. One was the harpoon withwhich the deed was committed. It had been snatched down from a rack onthe wall. Two others remained there, and there was a vacant placefor the third. On the stock was engraved 'SS. Sea Unicorn, Dundee.'This seemed to establish that the crime had been done in a moment offury, and that the murderer had seized the first weapon which camein his way. The fact that the crime was committed at two in themorning, and yet Peter Carey was fully dressed, suggested that hehad an appointment with the murderer, which is home out by the factthat a bottle of rum and two dirty glasses stood upon the table.""Yes," said Holmes; "I think that both inferences are permissible.Was there any other spirit but rum in the room?"
5.  "Who are you, and how do you get my name so pat?" the countrymananswered, with a suspicious flash of a pair of cunning eyes."Well, it's printed on the board above your head. It's easy to see aman who is master of his own house. I suppose you haven't such a thingas a carriage in your stables?"
6.  "Yes, he is waiting inside." He turned and led us into a large,plainly furnished front room. A man was standing with his back tothe fire, and at the sight of him my client sprang forward withoutstretched hand.


1.  "But if he is never found, eh? Answer me that!"
2.  "Good-day, Lord St. Simon," said Holmes, rising and bowing. "Praytake the basket-chair. This is my friend and colleague, Dr. Watson.Draw up a little to the fire, and we will talk this matter over.""A most painful matter to me, as you can most readily imagine, Mr.Holmes. I have been cut to the quick. I understand that you havealready managed several delicate cases of this sort, sir, though Ipresume that they were hardly from the same class of society.""No, I am descending."
3.  "I have said, gentlemen, that I am this man's wife. He was fifty andI a foolish girl of twenty when we married. It was in a city ofRussia, a university- I will not name the place."
4.  "The gas was half up, as I had left it, and my unhappy boy,dressed only in his shirt and trousers, was standing beside the light,holding the coronet in his hands. He appeared to be wrenching at it,or bending it with all his strength. At my cry he dropped it fromhis grasp and turned as pale as death. I snatched it up and examinedit. One of the gold corners, with three of the beryls in it, wasmissing.
5.   "Whatever your reasons may be, you are perfectly correct," said she."I started from home before six reached Leatherhead at twenty past,and came in by the first train to Waterloo. Sir, I can stand thisstrain no longer; I shall go mad if it continues. I have no one toturn to-none, save only one, who cares for me, and he, poor fellow,can be of little aid. I have heard of you, Mr. Holmes; I have heard ofyou from Mrs. Farintosh, whom you helped in the hour of her sore need.It was from her that I had your address. Oh, sir, do you not thinkthat you could help me, too, and at least throw a little light throughthe dense darkness which surrounds me? At present it is out of mypower to reward you for your services, but in a month or six weeks Ishall be married, with the control of my own income, and then at leastyou shall not find me ungrateful."
6.  Our visitor stretched forward a quivering hand and picked up theDaily Telegraph, which still lay upon Holmes's knee.


1.  "Away we went then, and we drove for at least an hour. ColonelLysander Stark had said that it was only seven miles, but I shouldthink, from the rate that we seemed to go, and from the time that wetook, that it must have been nearer twelve. He sat at my side insilence all the time, and I was aware, more than once when I glancedin his direction, that he was looking at me with great intensity.The country roads seem to be not very good in that part of theworld, for we lurched and jolted terribly. I tried to look out ofthe windows to see something of where we were, but they were made offrosted glass, and I could make out nothing save the occasional brightblur of a passing light. Now and then I hazarded some remark tobreak the monotony of the journey, but the colonel answered only inmonosyllables, and the conversation soon flagged. At last, however,the bumping of the road was exchanged for the crisp smoothness of agravel-drive, and the carriage came to a stand. Colonel Lysander Starksprang out, and, as I followed after him, pushed me swiftly into aporch which gaped in front of us. We stepped, as it were, right out ofthe carriage and into the hall, so that I failed to catch the mostfleeting glance of the front of the house. The instant that I hadcrossed the threshold the door slammed heavily behind us, and Iheard faintly the rattle of the wheels as the carriage drove away."It was pitch dark inside the house, and the colonel fumbled aboutlooking for matches and muttering under his breath. Suddenly a dooropened at the other end of the passage, and a long, golden bar oflight shot out in our direction. It grew broader, and a woman appearedwith a lamp in her hand, which she held above her head, pushing herface forward and peering at us. I could see that she was pretty, andfrom the gloss with which the light shone upon her dark dress I knewthat it was a rich material. She spoke a few words in a foreign tonguein a tone as though asking a question, and when my companionanswered in a gruff monosyllable she gave such a start that the lampnearly fell from her hand. Colonel Stark went up to her, whisperedsomething in her ear, and then, pushing her back into the room fromwhence she had come, he walked towards me again with the lamp in hishand.
2.  "Did she ever talk of revisiting the place?"
3.  We had ascertained from the lady that she went down upon theMonday by the train which leaves Waterloo at 9:50, so I startedearly and caught the 9:13. At Farnham Station I had no difficulty inbeing directed to Charlington Heath. It was impossible to mistakescene of the young lady's adventure, for the road runs between theopen heath on one side and an old yew hedge upon the other,surrounding a park which is studded with magnificent trees. Therewas a main gateway of lichen-studded stone, each side pillarsurmounted by mouldering heraldic emblems, but besides this centralcarriage drive I observed several points where there were gaps inthe hedge and paths leading through them. The house was invisible fromthe road, but the surroundings all spoke of gloom and decay.The heath was covered with golden patches of flowering gorse,gleaming magnificently in the light of the bright spring sunshine.Behind of these clumps I took up my position, so as to command boththe gateway of the Hall and a long stretch of the road upon eitherside. It had been deserted when I left it, but now I saw a cyclistriding down it from the opposite direction to that in which I hadcome. He was clad in a dark suit, and I saw that he had a black beard.On reaching the end of the Charlington grounds, he sprang from hismachine and led it through a gap in the hedge, disappearing from myview.
4、  The wretched man collapsed. He sank his face in his hands, andtrembled all over.
5、  brandy-bottle, and the remains of a meal.




  • 梅竹 08-04

      "Hum! It was a very remarkable performance- very remarkable. Well, Ithink we have exhausted the path. Let us go farther. This gardendoor is usually kept open, I suppose? Then this visitor had nothing todo but to walk in. The idea of murder was not in her mind, or shewould have provided herself with some sort of weapon, instead ofhaving to pick this knife off the writing-table. She advanced alongthis corridor, leaving no traces upon the cocoanut matting. Then shefound herself in this study. How long was she there? We have nomeans of judging."

  • 方葛恩 08-04

      "Might I ask from whom?"

  • 李志农 08-04

       "Then we shall breakfast early and take the very first in themorning," said Holmes. "Our presence is most urgently needed. Ah! hereis our expected cablegram. One moment, Mrs. Hudson, there may be ananswer. No, that is quite as I expected. This message makes it evenmore essential that we should not lose an hour in letting HiltonCubitt know how matters stand, for it is a singular and a dangerousweb in which our simple Norfolk squire is entangled."

  • 吕程平 08-04

      The Coroner: I am afraid that I must press it.

  • 崔宁宁 08-03

    {  P. S. I believe your friend Watson played Rugby for Blackheathwhen I was three-quarter for Richmond. It is the only personalintroduction which I can give.

  • 李建华 08-02

      "Let me introduce you," he shouted, "to Mr. Neville St. Clair, ofLee, in the county of Kent."}

  • 古丽米 08-02

      "I have forged and tested every link of my chain, Professor Coram,and I am sure that it is sound. What your motives are, or what exactpart you play in this strange business, I am not yet able to say. In afew minutes I shall probably hear it from your own lips. Meanwhile Iwill reconstruct what is past for your benefit, so that you may knowthe information which I still require.

  • 杨昊 08-02

      I turned it over in my mind.

  • 郜林 08-01

       "Hullo, Watson," said he, and his voice was still deep and hearty."You don't look quite the man you did when I threw you over theropes into the crowd at the Old Deer Park. I expect I have changed abit also. But it's this last day or two that has aged me. I see byyour telegram, Mr. Holmes, that it is no use my pretending to beanyone's deputy."

  • 王一梅 07-30

    {  The telegram was a list of names and addresses:

  • 徐增厚 07-30

      "Nothing of the sort," I said, putting my back to the door. "Anypolice interference would bring about the very catastrophe which youdread." I took out my notebook and scribbled one word upon a loosesheet. "That," said I as I handed it to Colonel Emsworth, "is what hasbrought us here."