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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "In my imagination, perhaps. Well, leave it there, Watson. Let usescape from this weary workaday world by the side door of music.Carina sings to-night at the Albert Hall, and we still have time todress, dine, and enjoy."
2.  A week passed. The inquest had thrown no light upon the matter andhad been adourned for further evidence. Stackhurst had made discreetinquiry about his subordinate, and there had been a superficial searchof his room, but without result. Personally, I had gone over the wholeground again, both physically and mentally, but with no newconclusions. In all my chronicles the reader will find no case whichbrought me so completely to the limit of my powers. Even myimagination could conceive no solution to the mystery. And thenthere came the incident of the dog.
3.  "I have told you all I know."
4.  "When you have caught them."
5.  "He seemed to me like a man who was literally bowed down by care.His back was curved as though he carried a heavy burden. Yet he wasnot the weakling that I had at first imagined, for his shoulders andchest have the framework of a giant, though his figure tapers awayinto a pair of spindled legs."
6.  "'"I'd a partner," said he, "a rare good man, as true as a stockto a barrel. He's got the dibbs, he has, and where do you think heis at this moment? Why, he's the chaplain of this ship-the chaplain,no less? He came aboard with a black coat, and his papers right, andmoney enough in his box to buy the thing right up from keel tomain-truck. The crew are his, body and soul. He could buy 'em at somuch a gross with a cash discount, and he did it before ever theysigned on. He's got two of the warders and Mereer, the second mate,and he'd get the captain himself, if he thought him worth it.""'"What are we to do, then?" I asked.


1.  1893
2.  "You can take my word that she is innocent."
3.  Once again Holmes made a note. For some time he sat lost in thought."No doubt you and the boy were great comrades before this secondmarriage. You were thrown very close together, were you not?""Very much so."
4.  "No, I cannot."
5.  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
6.  .


1.  "You will remember that I remarked the other day, just beforewe went into the very simple problem presented by Miss MarySutherland, that for strange effects and extraordinary
2.  "Don't break it, Count! Don't break it!"
3.  "SIR [he says]:
4.  "Now and again I drive down to Sotheby's or Christie's. OtherwiseI very seldom leave my room. I am not too strong, and my researchesare very absorbing. But you can imagine, Mr. Holmes, what a terrificshock- pleasant but terrific- it was for me when I heard of thisunparalleled good fortune. It only needs one more Garrideb to completethe matter, and surely we can find one. I had a brother, but hi isdead, and female relatives are disqualified. But there must surelybe others in the world. I had heard that you handled strange cases,and that was why I sent to you. Of course, this American gentlemanis quite right, and I should have taken his advice first, but Iacted for the best."
5.   "It is certainly the last thing you need," said Holmes, staring atour visitor's hideous mouth. "But it was the killing of youngPerkins outside the Holborn Bar- What! you're not going?"The negro had sprung back, and his face was leaden. "I won'tlisten to no such talk," said he. "What have I to do with this 'erePerkins, Masser Holmes? I was trainin' at the Bull Ring inBirmingham when this boy done gone get into trouble."
6.  "What reparation can I make?"


1.  "Perhaps," said Holmes thoughtfully, "perhaps." He relapsed into asilent reverie, which lasted until the slow train drew up at last inWoolwich Station. There he called a cab and drew Mycroft's paperfrom his pocket.
2.  Holmes turned to his desk and, unlocking it, drew out a smallcase-book, which he consulted.
3.  "This was not all. I have a new writing-table with a fine surface ofred leather. I am prepared to swear, and so is Bannister, that itwas smooth and unstained. Now I found a clean cut in it about threeinches long- not a mere scratch, but a positive cut. Not only this,but on the table I found a small ball of black dough or clay, withspecks of something which looks like sawdust in it. I am convincedthat these marks were left by the man who rifled the papers. Therewere no footmarks and no other evidence as to his identity. I was atmy wit's end, when suddenly the happy thought occurred to me thatyou were in the town, and I came straight round to put the matter intoyour hands. Do help me, Mr. Holmes. You see my dilemma. Either Imust find the man or else the examination must be postponed untilfresh papers are prepared, and since this cannot be done withoutexplanation, there will ensue a hideous scandal, which will throw acloud not only on the college, but on the university. Above allthings, I desire to settle the matter quietly and discreetly.""I shall be happy to look into it and to give you such advice as Ican," said Holmes, rising and putting on his overcoat. "The case isnot entirely devoid of interest. Had anyone visited you in your roomafter the papers came to you?"
4、  "The bicycle may have been a blind. It may have been hiddensomewhere, and the pair gone off on foot."
5、  "That is enough." She rose briskly from her chair with the anxietyall swept from her face. "I shall go down to Hampshire quite easy inmy mind now. I shall write to Mr. Rucastle at once, sacrifice mypoor hair to-night, and start for Winchester to-morrow." With a fewgrateful words to Holmes she bade us both good-night and bustled offupon her way.




  • 胡真 08-05

      "This went on day after day, Mr. Holmes, and on Saturday themanager came in and planked down four golden sovereigns for myweek's work. It was the same next week, and the same the weekafter. Every morning I was there at ten, and every afternoon Ileft at two. By degrees Mr. Duncan Ross took to coming in onlyonce of a morning, and then, after a time, he did not come in atall. Still, of course, I never dared to leave the room for aninstant, for I was not sure when he might come, and the billet wassuch a good one, and suited me so well, that I would not risk theloss of it.

  • 麦奎因 08-05

      "To remember it- to docket it. We may come on something laterwhich will bear upon it. What steps do you propose to take now,Lestrade?"

  • 周龙 08-05

       "I heard some rumour of it," said he.

  • 文波 08-05

      "He said, 'I'll pay you five pounds a week if I can have it on myown terms.' I'm a poor woman, sir, and Mr. Warren earns little, andthe money meant much to me. He took out a ten-pound note, and heheld it out to me then and there. 'You can have the same everyfortnight for a long time to come if you keep the terms,' he said. 'Ifnot, I'll have no more to do with you.'"

  • 埃文斯 08-04

    {  "You did, Doctor, but none the less you must come round to myview, for otherwise I shall keep on piling fact upon fact on youuntil your reason breaks down under them and acknowledges me to beright. Now, Mr. Jabez Wilson here has been good enough to callupon me this morning, and to begin a narrative which promises tobe one of the most singular which I have listened to for sometime. You have heard me remark that the strangest and most uniquethings are very often connected not with the larger but with thesmaller crimes, and occasionally, indeed, where there is room fordoubt whether any positive crime has been committed. As far as Ihave heard it is impossible for me to say whether the present caseis an instance of crime or not, but the course of events iscertainly among the most singular that I have ever listened to.Perhaps, Mr. Wilson, you would have the great kindness torecommence your narrative. I ask you not merely because my friendDr. Watson has not heard the opening part but also because thepeculiar nature of the story makes me anxious to have everypossible detail from your lips. As a rule, when I have heard someslight indication of the course of events, I am able to guidemyself by the thousands of other similar cases which occur to mymemory. In the present instance I am forced to admit that thefacts are, to the best of my belief, unique."

  • 田晓波 08-03

      "'You probably heard of my poor father's death,' said he; 'he wascarried off about two years ago. Since then I have of course had theHurlstone estate to manage, and as I am member for my district aswell, my life has been a busy one. But I understand, Holmes, thatyou are turning to practical ends those powers with which you usedto amaze us?'}

  • 徐平东 08-03

      "'But this paragon has one fault. He is a bit of a Don Juan, and youcan imagine that for a man like him it is not a very difficult part toplay in a quiet country district. When he was married it was allright, but since he has been a widower we have had no end of troublewith him. A few months ago we were in hopes that he was about tosettle down again, for he became engaged to Rachel Howells, our secondhousemaid; but he has thrown her over since then and taken up withJanet Tregellis, the daughter of the head game-keeper. Rachel-who is avery good girl, but of an excitable Welsh temperament-had a sharptouch of brain-fever and goes about the house now-or did untilyesterday-like a black-eyed shadow of her former self. That was ourfirst drama at Hurlstone; but a second one came to drive it from ourminds, and it was prefaced by the disgrace and dismissal of butlerBrunton.

  • 林建山 08-03

      "The main fact is that he had the pearl, and at that moment, when itwas his person, he was pursued by the police. He made for thefactory in which worked, and he knew that he had only a few minutes inwhich to conceal this enormously valuable prize, which would otherwisebe found on him when he was searched. Six plaster casts of Napoleonwere drying in the passage. One of them was still soft. In aninstant Beppo, a skilful workman, made a small hole in the wetplaster, dropped in the pearl, and with a few touches covered over theaperture once more. It was an admirable hiding-place. No one couldpossibly find it. But Beppo was condemned to a year's imprisonment,and in the meanwhile his six busts were scattered over London. Hecould not tell which contained his treasure. Only by breaking themcould he see. Even shaking would tell him nothing, for as theplaster was wet it was probable that the pearl would adhere toit-as, in fact, it has done. Beppo did not despair, and he conductedhis search with considerable ingenuity and perseverance. Through acousin who works with Gelder, he found out the retail firms who hadbought the busts. He managed to find employment with Morse Hudson, andin that way tracked down three of them. The pearl was not there, Then,with the help of some Italian employee, he succeeded in finding outwhere the other three busts had gone. The first was at Harker's. Therehe was dogged by his confederate, who held Beppo responsible for theloss of the pearl, and he stabbed him in the scuffle which followed.""If he was his confederate, why should he carry his photograph?" Iasked.

  • 龚正 08-02

       "An accident, I presume?"

  • 艾利森 07-31

    {  "What do you want with the coffin? It is in use. There is a bodyin it."

  • 戴维·约翰逊 07-31

      "'North by ten and by ten, east by five and by five, south by twoand by two, west by one and by one, and so under.'