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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "No, sir, we could find no pipe. Indeed, he smoked very little,and yet he might have kept some tobacco for his friends.""No doubt. I only mention it because, if I had been handling thecase, I should have been inclined to make that the starting-point ofmy investigation. However, my friend, Dr. Watson, knows nothing ofthis matter, and I should be none the worse for hearing the sequenceof events once more. Just give us some short sketches of theessentials."
2.  "No harm? You have done your best to get an innocent man hanged.If it wasn't this gentleman here, I am not sure that you would nothave succeeded."
3.  "James came into contact with this fellow Hayes, because the man wasa tenant of mine, and James acted as agent. The fellow was a rascalfrom the beginning, but, in some extraordinary way, James becameintimate with him. He had always a taste for low company. When Jamesdetermined to kidnap Lord Saltire, it was of this man's service thathe availed himself. You remember that I wrote to Arthur upon that lastday. Well, James opened the letter and inserted a note asking Arthurto meet him in a little wood called the Ragged Shaw, which is nearto the school. He used the Duchess's name, and in that way got the boyto come. That evening James bicycled over- I am telling you what hehas himself confessed to me- and he told Arthur, whom he met in thewood, that his mother longed to see him, that she was awaiting himon the moor, and that if he would come back into the wood atmidnight he would find a man with a horse, who would take him toher. Poor Arthur fell into the trap. He came to the appointment, andfound this fellow Hayes with a led pony. Arthur mounted, and theyset off together. It appears- though this James only heardyesterday- that they were pursued, that Hayes struck the pursuerwith his stick, and that the man died of his injuries. Hayes broughtArthur to his public-house, the Fighting Cock, where he was confinedin an upper room, under the care of Mrs. Hayes, who is a kindly woman,but entirely under the control of her brutal husband.
4.  Holmes held up the paper so that the sunlight shone full upon it. Itwas a page torn from a notebook. The markings were done in pencil, andran in this way:
5.  "Without a word?"
6.  "Pray allow me! My friend Dr. Watson would assure you that thesechanges of temperature are most insidious."


1.  "Yes, but he is chained on the other side of the house.""When do the servants go to bed?"
2.  "From Hatherley Farmhouse to the Boscombe Pool is a quarter of amile, and two people saw him as he passed over this ground. One was anold woman, whose name is not mentioned, and the other was WilliamCrowder, a game-keeper in the employ of Mr. Turner. Both thesewitnesses depose that Mr. McCarthy was walking alone. Thegame-keeper adds that within a few minutes of his seeing Mr.McCarthy pass he had seen his son, Mr. James McCarthy, going thesame way with a gun under his arm. To the best of his belief, thefather was actually in sight at the time, and the son was followinghim. He thought no more of the matter until he heard in the evening ofthe tragedy that had occurred.
3.  "Then West, if he is the culprit, must have had a duplicate. And yetnone were found upon his body. One other point: if a clerk in thisoffice desired to sell the plans, would it not be simpler to copythe plans for himself than to take the originals, as was actuallydone?"
4.  "That's why I don't court visitors," said he. "I don't mind you,Jimmie, but I could have done without your friend. I suppose thereis some good reason for it, but you have me at a disadvantage.""I wanted to be sure that all was well with you, Godfrey. I sawyou that night when you looked into my window, and I could not let thematter rest till I had cleared things up."
5.  Never shall I forget the Duke's appearance as he sprang up andclawed with his hands, like one who is sinking into an abyss. Then,with an extraordinary effort of aristocratic self-command, he sat downand sank his face in his hands. It some minutes before he spoke."How much do you know?" he asked at last, without raising his head."I saw you together last night."
6.  The puckered eyelids had begun to quiver, and now a pair of vacantgray eyes looked up at us. An instant later the man had scrambled onto his feet, his face crimson with shame.


1.  "At least it cannot be your health," said he, as his keen eyesdarted over her, "so ardent a bicyclist must be full of energy."She glanced down in surprise at her own feet, and I observed theslight roughening of the side of the sole caused by the friction ofthe edge of the pedal.
2.  "Colonel Barclay himself seems to have had some singular traits inhis character. He was a dashing, jovial old soldier in his usual mood,but there were occasions on which he seemed to show himself capable ofconsiderable violence and vindictiveness. This side of his nature,however, appears never to have been turned towards his wife. Anotherfact which had struck Major Murphy and three out of five of theother officers with whom I conversed was the singular sort ofdepression which came upon him at times. As the major expressed it,the smile has often been struck from his mouth, as if by someinvisible hand, when he has been joining in the gaieties and chaffof the mess-table. For days on end, when the mood was on him, he hasbeen sunk in the deepest gloom. This and a certain tinge ofsuperstition were the only unusual traits in his character which hisbrother officers had observed. The latter peculiarity took the form ofa dislike to being left alone, especially after dark. This puerilefeature in a nature which was conspicuously manly had often given riseto comment and conjecture.
3.  "Oh, a trusty comrade is always of use; and a chronicler stillmore so. My room at The Cedars is a double-bedded one.""The Cedars?"
4.  "'The property can never be yours. What ails you?'
5.   .
6.  Lord St. Simon glanced over it. "Yes, it is correct, as far as itgoes."


1.  S. H.
2.  The Count shrugged his shoulders, and it was Holmes who answered."If I may put it in a nutshell, Mr. Merton, I should say it wasall up."
3.  "Well, certainly that would agree with his being found a littlelater asleep in his chair. There is nothing against them then butthe woman's character. Did you ask her why she hurried away thatnight? Her haste attracted the attention of the police constable.""She was later than usual and wanted to get home."
4、  "Why do you say so?"
5、  "Before my time," said Billy. He drew the window curtains apartand looked out into the street. "There are folk who watch us from overyonder. I can see a fellow now at the window. Have a look foryourself."




  • 王天林 08-03

      "I looked through and was conscious of two glowing eyes, and of avague figure huddled up in the darkness.

  • 周董 08-03

      "How long had this maid Dolores been with her?"

  • 杨祖威 08-03

       "'On the contrary,' I answered, 'I think it is fairly evident that Ido. Pray take a chair. I can spare you five minutes if you haveanything to say.'

  • 黄尔梅 08-03

      "You see no possible object he has in view?"

  • 素白 08-02

    {  "But you must look at it with my eyes, Mr. Holmes. You mustrealize it from the point of view of a woman who sees all her life'sambition about to be ruined at the last moment. Is such a woman tobe blamed if she protects herself?"

  • 高晓平 08-01

      "Was that clearly made out?"}

  • 怀巨婴 08-01

      foresee, one of the most remarkable to which I have ever listened.Let me have the date of the reception by your uncle of the letter,and the date of his supposed suicide."

  • 安娜 08-01

      "There was some sign of violence on the stonework of the bridge- aperfectly fresh chip just opposite the body. Could you suggest anypossible explanation of that?"

  • 波多尔斯基 07-31

       "Good-morning, Mr. Holmes," said he; "good-morning. May I ask if youare very busy just now?"

  • 潘祺 07-29

    {  "How can you tell that?"

  • 胡孝慈 07-29

      "Then why should you not now tell the police anything you know?""Because there is another person to be considered. That other personis myself. I could not stand the scandal and publicity which wouldcome from a police examination. I have not long to live, but I wish todie undisturbed. And yet I wanted to find one man of judgment towhom I could tell my terrible story, so that when I am gone allmight be understood."