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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Perhaps you would like me to stay there to-night?"
2.  Holmes was lost in thought. I could see that he was puzzled."Have you any articles of great value in your collection?""No, sir. I am not a rich man. It is a good collection, but not avery valuable one."
3.  I have so deep a respect for the extraordinary qualities of Holmesthat I have always deferred to his wishes, even when I leastunderstood them. But now all my professional instincts were aroused.Let him be my master elsewhere, I at least was his in a sick room."Holmes," said I, "you are not yourself. A sick man is but achild, and so I will treat you. Whether you like it or not, I willexamine your symptoms and treat you for them."
4.  "Possibly not, my good Watson. It may surprise you to know thatthe man upon earth who is best versed in this disease is not a medicalman, but a planter. Mr. Culverton Smith is a well-known resident ofSumatra, now visiting London. An outbreak of the disease upon hisplantation, which was distant from medical aid, caused him to study ithimself, with some rather far-reaching consequences. He is a verymethodical person, and I did not desire you to start before six,because I was well aware that you would not find him in his study.If you could persuade him to come here and give us the benefit ofhis unique experience of this disease, the investigation of whichhas been his dearest hobby, I cannot doubt that he could help me."I give Holmes's remarks as a consecutive whole and will notattempt to indicate how they were interrupted by gaspings for breathand those clutchings of his hands which indicated the pain fromwhich he was suffering. His appearance had changed for the worseduring the few hours that I had been with him. Those hectic spots weremore pronounced, the eyes shone more brightly out of darker hollows,and a cold sweat glimmered upon his brow. He still retained,however, the jaunty gallantry of his speech. To the last gasp he wouldalways be the master.
5.  "The horse and trap were to have come this week, but for some reasonthey were not delivered, and again I had to cycle to the station. Thatwas this morning. You can think that I looked out when I came toCharlington Heath, and there, sure enough, was the man, exactly ashe had been the two weeks before. He always kept so far from me that Icould not clearly see his face, but it was certainly someone whom Idid not know. He was dressed in a dark suit with a cloth cap. The onlything about his face that I could clearly see was his dark beard.To-day I was not alarmed, but I was filled with curiosity, and Idetermined to find out who he was and what he wanted. I slowed down mymachine, but he slowed down his. Then I stopped altogether, but hestopped also. Then I laid a trap for him. There is a sharp turningof the road, and I pedalled very quickly round this, and then Istopped and waited. I expected him to shoot round and pass me beforehe could stop. But he never appeared. Then I went back and lookedround the corner. I could see a mile of road, but he was not on it. Tomake it the more extraordinary, there was no side road at this pointdown which he could have gone."
6.  The Coroner: What was the point upon which you and your father hadthis final quarrel?


1.  "Lady Frances," he continued, "is the sole survivor of the directfamily of the late Earl of Rufton. The estates went, as you mayremember, in the male line. She was left with limited means, butwith some very remarkable old Spanish jewellery of silver andcuriously cut diamonds to which she was fondly attached- too attached,for she refused to leave them with her banker and always carriedthem about with her. A rather pathetic figure, the Lady Frances, abeautiful woman, still in fresh middle age, and yet, by a strangechance, the last derelict of what only twenty years ago was a goodlyfleet."
2.  And Holmes's fears came to be realized, for from that day to this noword has ever been heard either of the beautiful woman, the sinisterGerman, or the morose Englishman. Early that morning a peasant had meta cart containing several people and some very bulky boxes drivingrapidly in the direction of Reading, but there all traces of thefugitives disappeared, and even Holmes's ingenuity failed ever todiscover the least clue as to their whereabouts.
3.  "You wonder," said my companion, "why it is that Mycroft does notuse his powers for detective work. He is incapable of it.""But I thought you said-"
4.  "I am an accountant," said Holmes.
5.  "'This,' said he, taking a gray roll of paper from his bureau, 'isthe original of that secret treaty between England and Italy of which,I regret to say, some rumours have already got into the publicpress. It is of enormous importance that nothing further should leakout. The French or the Russian embassy would pay an immense sum tolearn the contents of these papers. They should not leave my bureauwere it not that it is absolutely necessary to have them copied. Youhave a desk in your office?'
6.  "I fear I cannot help you much. His only correspondent, so far asI know, was his own father."


1.  When I look at the three massive manuscript volumes which containour work for the year 1894, I confess that it is very difficult forme, out of such a wealth of material, to select the cases which aremost interesting in themselves, and at the same time most conducive toa display of those peculiar powers for which my friend was famous.As I turn over the pages, I see my notes upon the repulsive story ofthe red leech and the terrible death of Crosby, the banker. Herealso I find an account of the Addleton tragedy, and the singularcontents of the ancient British barrow. The famous Smith-Mortimersuccession case comes also within this period, and so does thetracking and arrest of Huret, the Boulevard assassin- an exploit whichwon for Holmes an autograph letter of thanks from the French Presidentand the Order of the Legion of Honour. Each of these would furnish anarrative, but on the whole I am of opinion that none of them unitesso many singular points of interest as the episode of Yoxley OldPlace, which includes not only the lamentable death of youngWilloughby Smith, but also those subsequent developments which threwso curious a light upon the causes of the crime.
2.  "Nothing, as things turned out, but everything had they gone anotherway. That is how I read the matter."
3.  Lestrade shot an angry glance at my companion. "I suppose you knowall about it" he snarled.
4.  "I have the advantage of knowing your habits, my dear Watson,"said he. "When your round is a short one you walk, and when it is along one you use a hansom. As I perceive that your boots, althoughused, are by no means dirty, I cannot doubt that you are at presentbusy enough to justify the hansom."
5.   "Yes, sir!" said the station-master.
6.  "You must let me speak," said the woman, in an imperative voice, andher face contracted as if in pain. "When he had fallen I rushed fromthe room, chose the wrong door, and found myself in my husband's room.He spoke of giving me up. I showed him that if he did so, his life wasin my hands. If he gave me to the law, I could give him to theBrotherhood. It was not that I wished to live for my own sake, butit was that I desired to accomplish my purpose. He knew that I woulddo what I said- that his own fate was involved in mine. For thatreason, and for no other, he shielded me. He thrust me into thatdark hiding-place- a relic of old days, known only to himself. He tookhis meals in his own room, and so was able to give me part of hisfood. It was agreed that when the police left the house I shouldslip away by night and come back no more. But in some way you haveread our plans." She tore from the bosom of her dress a smallpacket. "These are my last words," said she; "here is the packet whichwill save Alexis. I confide it to your honour and to your love ofjustice. Take it! You will deliver it at the Russian Embassy. Now, Ihave done my duty, and-"


1.  "Well, can you help us do so?"
2.  Mycroft Holmes was a much larger and stouter man than Sherlock.His body was absolutely corpulent, but his face, though massive, hadpreserved something of the sharpness of expression which was soremarkable in that of his brother. His eyes, which were of apeculiarly light, watery gray, seemed to always retain thatfar-away, introspective look which I had only observed in Sherlock'swhen he was exerting his full powers.
3.  "There is the man who set me in the right path," said he."Come now, Bannister," said Holmes. "It will be clear to you, fromwhat I have said, that only you could have let this young man out,since you were left in the room, and must have locked the door whenyou went out. As to his escaping by that window, it was incredible.Can you not clear up the last point in this mystery, and tell us thereasons for your action?"
4、  "'Well,' said he, 'the fact is that I have heard some reallyextraordinary stories about your financial ability. You rememberParker, who used to be Coxon's manager. He can never say enoughabout it.'
5、  "Ha!" Holmes looked grave. "What does he do for a living?""He is a rich man."




  • 张豪杰 08-03

      I saw the faithful little creature, an Airedale terrier, laid outupon the mat in the ball. The body was stiff and rigid, the eyesprojecting, and the limbs contorted. There was agony in every lineof it.

  • 祖春玲 08-03

      "Why do you say that, Mr. Holmes?" I seemed to read sudden suspicionin those expressive eyes.

  • 吕笑 08-03

       "Quite so. And yet the whole transaction strikes me as ratherunusual."

  • 孙占稳 08-03

      "Well, I suggested a blind."

  • 林艺静 08-02

    {  "Not at home means not at home to you," said the footman."Good," Holmes answered. "That means that we shall not have to wait.Kindly give this note to your mistress."

  • 姚永忠 08-01

      McFarlane turned to us with a gesture of despair, and sank intohis chair once more like one who is crushed.}

  • 亚历山德拉·罗伯森 08-01

      "My dear Professor," he cried, "consider your position! Consider thescandal at the university! Mr. Holmes is a well-known man. Youcannot possibly treat him with such discourtesy."

  • 詹姆斯-哈登 08-01

      "I took it up and examined it. It was of the same peculiar tint, andthe same thickness. But then the impossibility of the thing obtrudeditself upon me. How could my hair have been locked in the drawer? Withtrembling hands I undid my trunk, turned out the contents, and drewfrom the bottom my own hair. I laid the two tresses together, and Iassure you that they were identical. Was it not extraordinary?Puzzle as I would, I could make nothing at all of what it meant. Ireturned the strange hair to the drawer, and I said nothing of thematter to the Rucastles as I felt that I had put myself in the wrongby opening a drawer which they had locked.

  • 陈柏乔 07-31


  • 孙晶璋 07-29

    {  "'"Mr. Musgrave, sir," he cried in a voice which was hoarse withemotion, "I can't bear disgrace, sir. I've always been proud abovemy station in life, and disgrace would kill me. My blood will be onyour head, sir-it will, indeed-if you drive me to despair. If youcannot keep me after what has passed, then for God's sake let megive you notice and leave in a month, as if of my own free will. Icould stand that, Mr. Musgrave, but not to be cast out before allthe folk that I know so well."

  • 王汉超 07-29

      "Unfortunately, the path was tiled at that point."