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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "There's the village," said the driver, pointing to a cluster ofroofs some distance to the left; "but if you want to get to the house,you'll find it shorter to get over this stile, and so by the foot-pathover the fields. There it is, where the lady is walking.""And the lady, I fancy, is Miss Stoner," observed Holmes, shadinghis eyes. "Yes, I think we had better do as you suggest."We got off, paid our fare, and the trap rattled back on its way toLeatherhead.
2.  .
3.  "Have no fear, Mr. Bennett. Dr. Watson is the very soul ofdiscretion, and I can assure you that this is a matter in which I amvery likely to need an assistant."
4.  "I fear that you'll have a long wait," Holmes whispered. "We maythank our stars that it is not raining. I don't think we can evenventure to smoke to pass the time. However, it's a two to one chancethat we get something to pay us for our trouble."
5.  "Come along!" cried Sherlock Holmes abruptly. "This growsserious," he observed as we drove to Scotland Yard. "These men havegot hold of Melas again. He is a man of no physical courage, as theyare well aware from their experience the other night. This villain wasable to terrorize him the instant that he got into his presence. Nodoubt they want his professional services, but, having used him,they may be inclined to punish him for what they will regard as histreachery."
6.  "Here?"


1.  The little man stood glancing from one to the other of us withhalf-frightened, half-hopeful eyes, as one who is not sure whetherhe is on the verge of a windfall or of a catastrophe. Then hestepped into the cab, and in half an hour we were back in thesitting-room at Baker Street. Nothing had been said during ourdrive, but the high, thin breathing of our new companion, and theclaspings and unclaspings of his hands, spoke of the nervoustension within him.
2.  "Or towards it?"
3.  "Well?"
4.  "Or there may be some very different cause, Mr. Bardle. But yourcase is far too weak for an arrest. Besides, we have those last words-the 'Lion's Mane.'"
5.  Sherlock Holmes listened with closed eyes and fingertips together tothis remarkable account.
6.  "There cannot be the least doubt that he would have made a murderousattack upon me. It is, however, a game at which two may play. Thequestion now is whether we should take a premature lunch here, orrun our chance of starving before we reach the buffet at Newhaven."We made our way to Brussels that night and spent two days there,moving on upon the third day as far as Strasbourg. On the Mondaymorning Holmes had telegraphed to the London police, and in theevening we found a reply waiting for us at our hotel. Holmes tore itopen, and then with a bitter curse hurled it into the grate."I might have known it!" he groaned. "He has escaped!"


1.  Sherlock Holmes laughed. "Here is the foresight," said he,putting his finger upon the little disc and loop of thehat-securer. "They are never sold upon hats. If this man orderedone, it is a sign of a certain amount of foresight, since he wentout of his way to take this precaution against the wind. Butsince we see that he has broken the elastic and has not troubledto replace it, it is obvious that he has less foresight now thanformerly, which is a distinct proof of a weakening nature. On theother hand, he has endeavoured to conceal some of these stainsupon the felt by daubing them with ink, which is a sign that hehas not entirely lost his self-respect."
2.  The interview left Sherlock Holmes very thoughtful, and severaltimes in the next few days I saw him take his slip of paper from hisnotebook and look long and earnestly at the curious figuresinscribed upon it. He made no allusion to the affair, however, untilone afternoon a fortnight or so later. I was going out when hecalled me back.
3.  "But why don't you?"
4.  "Once with a stick and once very savagely with her hands.""Did she give no explanation why she struck him?"
5.   "This discovery, and the evident confusion which the cripple showed,made the inspector realize that the matter was serious. The rooms werecarefully examined, and results all pointed to an abominable crime.The front room was plainly furnished as a sitting-room and led intoa small bedroom, which looked out upon the back of one of the wharves.Between the wharf and the bedroom window is a narrow strip, which isdry at low tide but is covered at high tide with at least four and ahalf feet of water. The bedroom window was a broad one and opened frombelow. On examination traces of blood were to be seen upon thewindow-sill, and several scattered drops were visible upon thewooden floor of the bedroom. Thrust away behind a curtain in the frontroom were all the clothes of Mr. Neville St. Clair, with the exceptionof his coat. His boots, his socks, his hat, and his watch-all werethere. There were no signs of violence upon any of these garments, andthere were no other traces of Mr. Neville St. Clair. Out of the windowhe must apparently have gone, for no other exit could be discovered,and the ominous bloodstains upon the sill gave little promise thathe could save himself by swimming, for the tide was at its veryhighest at the moment of the tragedy.
6.  "I hope that I may have the pleasure of introducing youto-night. I've had one or two little turns also with Mr. JohnClay, and I agree with you that he is at the head of hisprofession. It is past ten, however, and quite time that westarted. If you two will take the first hansom, Watson and I willfollow in the second."


1.  A Juryman: Did you see nothing which aroused your suspicions whenyou returned on hearing the cry and found your father fatally injured?Witness: Nothing definite.
2.  "No one."
3.  Lestrade laughed indulgently. "You have, no doubt, already formedyour conclusions from the newspapers," he said. "The case is asplain as a pikestaff, and the more one goes into it the plainer itbecomes. Still, of course, one can't refuse a lady, and such a verypositive one, too. She had heard of you, and would have youropinion, though I repeatedly told her that there was nothing which youcould do which I had not already done. Why, bless my soul! here is hercarriage at the door."
4、  "`December 22d. Twenty-four geese at 7s. 6d.'"
5、  "I come to a part of my story now in which I should wish to beparticularly so. I am not a very heavy sleeper, and the anxiety inmy mind tended, no doubt, to make me even less so than usual. Abouttwo in the morning, then, I was awakened by some sound in the house.It had ceased ere I was wide awake, but it had left an impressionbehind it as though a window had gently closed somewhere. I laylistening with all my ears. Suddenly, to my horror, there was adistinct sound of footsteps moving softly in the next room. Islipped out of bed, an palpitating with fear, and peeped round thecorner of my dressing-room door.




  • 董卓 08-04

      "Oh, in the Globe, Star, Pall Mall, St. James's, Evening NewsStandard, Echo, and any others that occur to you."

  • 于江艳 08-04

      "Only attempted murder, so far as I can see," said Holmes. "Butthat's not our job. They take that at the next stage. What we wantedat present was just your sweet self. Please give the Yard a call,Watson. It won't be entirely unexpected."

  • 任天佑 08-04

       "You know him?"

  • 毕沅 08-04

      It was about ten minutes before we regained our cab and drove backinto Ross, Holmes still carving with him the stone which he had pickedup in the wood.

  • 杜若溪 08-03

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  • 黄文煜 08-02

      "His coachman-"}

  • 白佩茹 08-02

      "The bar is on the other side."

  • 罗国华 08-02

      "Because you have just as good a chance of finding this lady inthe one as in the other."

  • 潘兆娟 08-01

       "Why, Mr. Holmes, the crime was only committed at three thismorning. How could you hear of it in London and get to the spot assoon as I?"

  • 韩永文 07-30

    {  "'I remembered hearing of his case, for it was one which had made animmense sensation throughout the country some time before my ownarrest. He was a man of good family and of great ability, but ofincurably vicious habits, who had by an ingenious system of fraudobtained huge sums of money from the leading London merchants."'"Ha, ha! You remember my case!" said he proudly.

  • 许丛军 07-30

      "I used to have a billet at Coxon & Woodhouse's, of DraperGardens, but they were let in early in the spring through theVenezuelan loan, as no doubt you remember, and came a nasty cropper. Ihave been with them five years, and old Coxon gave me a ripping goodtestimonial when the smash came, but of course we clerks were allturned adrift, the twenty-seven of us. I tried here and tried there,but there were lots of other chaps on the same lay as myself, and itwas a perfect frost for a long time. I had been taking three poundsa week at Coxon's, and I had saved about seventy of them, but I soonworked my way through that and out at the other end. I was fairly atthe end of my tether at last and could hardly find the stamps toanswer the advertisements or the envelopes to stick them to. I hadworn out my boots paddling up office stairs, and I seemed just asfar from getting a billet as ever.