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日期:2020-08-07 03:04:41

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "If you will find the facts, perhaps others may find theexplanation."
2.  Lord St. Simon sank into a chair and passed his hand over hisforehead authority
3.  "Then how could you know?"
4.  "That is final. Then someone came into your room and placed thepistol there in order to inculpate you."
5.  "You have come to me to tell your story, have you not?" said he."You are fatigued with your haste. Pray wait until you haverecovered yourself, and then I shall be most happy to look into anylittle problem which you may submit to me."
6.  "I make nothing of it," I answered frankly. "It is a mostmysterious business."


1.  "No, I think that I'll take it."
2.  "There is nothing at all, sir."
3.  -THE END-
4.  "Well, first of all, you have only to look at him. I don't believehe sleeps at night. He is down at the stables at all hours. His eyesare wild. It has all been too much for his nerves. Then there is hisconduct to Lady Beatrice!"
5.  "These two men, close and confidential friends, are the centre ofthe household; but there is one other person who for our immediatepurpose may be even more important. Henderson has two children-girls of eleven and thirteen. Their governess is a Miss Burnet, anEnglishwoman of forty or thereabouts. There is also one confidentialmanservant. This little group forms the real family, for they travelabout together, and Henderson is a great traveller, always on themove. It is only within the last few weeks that he has returned, aftera year's absence, to High Gable. I may add that he is enormously rich,and whatever his whims may be he can very easily satisfy them. For therest, his house is full of butlers, footmen, maidservants, and theusual overfed, underworked staff of a large English country-house."So much I learned partly from village gossip and partly from my ownobservation. There are no better instruments than dischargedservants with a grievance, and I was lucky enough to find one. Icall it luck, but it would not have come my way had I not been lookingout for it. As Baynes remarks, we all have our systems. It was mysystem which enabled me to find John Warner, late gardener of HighGable, sacked in a moment of temper by his imperious employer. He inturn had friends among the indoor servants who unite in their fear anddislike of their master. So I had my key to the secrets of theestablishment.
6.  "Yes."


1.  "These theories take no account of the telegram."
2.  "Yes, sir."
3.  "There is but one thing to do. It must be done at once. Youmust put this piece of paper which you have shown us into thebrass box which you have described. You must also put in a noteto say that all the other papers were burned by your uncle, andthat this is the only one which remains. You must assert that insuch words as will carry conviction with them. Having done this,you must at once put the box out upon the sundial, as directed.Do you understand?"
4.  "No, your secret lies in London. It is there that I shallseek it."
5.   "I was aware that you had written a book upon the subject.""Have you read the book?"
6.  "It is everything," Holmes answered. "You may remember myseemingly irrelevant question as to this clerical gentleman's leftear. You did not answer it."


1.  In the cab was a woman, half-collapsed from nervous exhaustion.She bore upon her aquiline and emaciated face the traces of somerecent tragedy. Her head hung listlessly upon her breast but as sheraised it and turned her dun eyes upon us I saw that her pupils weredark dots in the centre of the broad gray iris. She was drugged withopium.
2.  "What, then, did Peterson do?"
3.  "Yes, sir."
4、  "It was last night, sir, somewhere about twelve."
5、  "I was furious. My first idea was that I had been the victim of someabsurd practical joke. I packed my things, banged the hall door behindme, and set off for Esher, with my bag in my hand. I called at AllanBrothers', the chief land agents in the village, and found that it wasfrom this firm that the villa had been rented. It struck me that thewhole proceeding could hardly be for the purpose of making a fool ofme, and that the main object must be to get out of the rent. It islate in March, so quarter-day is at hand. But this theory would notwork. The agent was obliged to me for my warning, but told me that therent had been paid in advance. Then I made my way to town and calledat the Spanish embassy. The man was unknown there. After this I wentto see Melville, at whose house I had first met Garcia, but I foundthat he really knew rather less about him than I did. Finally when Igot your reply to my wire I came out to you, since I gather that youare a person who gives advice in difficult cases. But now, Mr.Inspector, I understand, from what you said when you entered the room,that you can carry the story on, and that some tragedy has occurred. Ican assure you that every word I have said is the truth, and thatoutside of what I have told you, I know absolutely nothing about thefate of this man. My only desire is to help the law in everypossible way."




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      "I suppose that you have no objection to my collaborating withyou, Mr. Baynes?"

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       I felt Holmes's hand steal into mine and give me a reassuring shake,as if to say that the situation was within his powers, and that he waseasy in his mind. I was not sure whether he had seen what was only tooobvious from my position, that the door of the safe was imperfectlyclosed, and that Milverton might at any moment observe it. In my ownmind I had determined that if I were sure, from the rigidity of hisgaze, that it had caught his eye, I would at once spring out, throw mygreat coat over his head, pinion him, and leave the rest to Holmes.But Milverton never looked up. He was languidly interested by thepapers in his hand, and page after page was turned as he followedthe argument of the lawyer. At least, I thought, when he hasfinished the document and the cigar he will go to his room, but beforehe had reached the end of either, there came a remarkable development,which turned our thoughts into quite another channel.

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      "And yet the writing is of interest."

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    {  "I thought I might surprise you. Mycroft draws four hundred andfifty pounds a year, remains a subordinate, has no ambitions of anykind, will receive neither honour nor title, but remains the mostindispensable man in the country."

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      "Not much, Mr. Holmes, among the millions of London."}

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      I took a step forward. In an instant his strange headgear began tomove, and there reared itself from among his hair the squatdiamond-shaped head and puffed neck of a loathsome serpent."It is a swamp adder!" cried Holmes; "the deadliest snake inIndia. He has died within ten seconds of being bitten. Violencedoes, in truth, recoil upon the violent and the schemer falls into thepit which he digs for another. Let us thrust this creature back intoits den, and we can then remove Miss Stoner to some place of shelterand let the county police know what has happened."

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      "And now I have to consider the motive of this singular crime. Toget at this, I endeavoured first of all to solve the reason of theoriginal burglary at Mr. Acton's. I understood, from something whichthe colonel told us, that a lawsuit had been going on between you, Mr.Acton, and the Cunninghams. Of course, it instantly occurred to methat they had broken into your library with the intention of gettingat some document which might be of importance in the case.""Precisely so," said Mr. Acton. "There can be no possible doubt asto their intentions. I have the clearest claim upon half of theirpresent estate, and if they could have found a single paper-which,fortunately, was in the strong-box of my solicitors-they wouldundoubtedly have crippled our case."

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       The man was so dazed that he could not be made to understand that wewere anything but doctors who had been sent to his assistance.Holmes was endeavouring to utter a few words of consolation and toexplain the alarm which had been caused to his friends by his suddendisappearance when there was a step upon the stairs, and there was theheavy, stern, questioning face of Dr. Armstrong at the door."So, gentlemen," said he, "you have attained your end and havecertainly chosen a particularly delicate moment for your intrusion.I would not brawl in the presence of death, but I can assure youthat if I were a younger man your monstrous conduct would not passwith impunity."

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    {  "Done about the same time as the bell-rope?" remarked Holmes."Yes, there were several little changes carried out about thattime."

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      He sprang through a gate into a field, dragging the reluctant Pompeyafter him. We had hardly got under the shelter of the hedge when thecarriage rattled past. I caught a glimpse of Dr. Armstrong within, hisshoulders bowed, his head sunk on his hands, the very image ofdistress. I could tell by my companion's graver face that he alsohad seen.