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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "If so, much may have happened between."
2.  The outhouse was the simplest of dwellings, wooden-walled,shingle-roofed, one window beside the door and one on the fartherside. Stanley Hopkins drew the key from his pocket and had stoopedto the lock, when he paused with a look of attention and surprise uponhis face.
3.  "Arrest you!" said Holmes. "This is really most grati- mostinteresting. On what charge do you expect to be arrested?""Upon the charge of murdering Mr. Jonas Oldacre, of Lower Norwood."My companion's expressive face showed a sympathy which was not, I amafraid, entirely unmixed with satisfaction.
4.  The fat man cast his eyes round, and then up at the open skylight."It is for me to ask you that," he shrieked, "you thieves! Spies andthieves! I have caught you, have I? You are in my power. I'll serveyou!" He turned and clattered down the stairs as hard as he could go."He's gone for the dog!" cried Miss Hunter.
5.  "So that's that!" said Holmes. "And now, if you can spare thetime, Watson, we will get upon our way."
6.  "I am sorry, Lancaster, but the berth is full. Here is half asovereign for your trouble. Just step into this room and wait therefor a few minutes."


1.  A vague thrill ran through me as I listened to my companion'swords and saw the stern gravity which had hardened his features.This brutal preliminary seemed to shadow forth some strange andinexplicable horror in the background. Lestrade, however, shook hishead like a man who is only half convinced.
2.  "It was my father who was really concerned. Dawson had retired. Iwas only ten years of age at the time, but I was old enough to feelthe shame and horror of it all. It has always been said that my fatherstole all the securities and fled. It is not true. It was his beliefthat if he were given time in which to realize them, all would be welland every creditor paid in full. He started in his little yacht forNorway just before the warrant was issued for his arrest. I canremember that last night when he bade farewell to my mother. He leftus a list of the securities he was taking, and he swore that hewould come back with his honour cleared, and that none who had trustedhim would suffer. Well, no word was ever heard from him again. Boththe yacht and he vanished utterly. We believed, my mother and I,that he and it, with the securities that he had taken with him, wereat the bottom of the sea. We had a faithful friend, however, who isa business man, and it was he who discovered some time ago that someof the securities which my father had with him had reappeared on theLondon market. You can imagine our amazement. I spent months in tryingto trace them, and at last, after many doubtings and difficulties, Idiscovered that the original seller had been Captain Peter Carey,the owner of this hut.
3.  "`Why that?' I asks.
4.  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."
5.  "'Such, in a few words, my dear boy, is the history of this terriblebusiness in which I was involved. Next day we were picked up by thebrig Hotspur, bound for Australia, whose captain found no difficultyin believing that we were the survivors of a passenger ship whichhad foundered. The transport ship Gloria Scott was set down by theAdmiralty as being lost at sea, and no word has ever leaked out asto her true fate. After an excellent voyage the Hotspur landed us atSydney, where Evans and I changed our names and made our way to thediggings, where, among the crowds who were gathered from allnations, we had no difficulty in losing our former identities. Therest I need not relate. We prospered, we travelled, we came back asrich colonials to England, and we bought country estates. For morethan twenty years we have led peaceful and useful lives, and wehoped that our past was forever buried. Imagine, then, my feelingswhen in the seaman who came to us I recognized instantly the man whohad been picked off the wreck. He had tracked us down somehow andhad set himself to live upon our fears. You will understand now how itwas that I strove to keep the peace with him, and you will in somemeasure sympathize with me in the fears which fill me, now that he hasgone from me to his other victim with threats upon his tongue.'"Underneath is written in a hand so shaky as to be hardly legible,'Beddoes writes in cipher to say H. has told all. Sweet Lord, havemercy on our souls!'
6.  "Our material is rapidly accumulating," said he.


1.  "That was the narrative which I read that night to young Trevor, andI think, Watson, that under the circumstances it was a dramatic one.The good fellow was heart-broken at it, and went out to the Teraitea Planting, where I hear that he is doing well. As to the sailor andBeddoes, neither of them was ever heard of again after that day onwhich the letter of warning was written. They both disappeared utterlyand completely. No complaint had been lodged with the police, sothat Beddoes had mistaken a threat for a deed. Hudson had been seenlurking about, and it was believed by the police that he had done awaywith Beddoes and had fled. For myself I believe that the truth wasexactly the opposite. I think that it is most probable that Beddoes,pushed to desperation and believing himself to have been alreadybetrayed, had revenged himself upon Hudson, and had fled from thecountry with as much money as he could lay his hands on. Those are thefacts of the case, Doctor, and if they are of any use to yourcollection, I am sure that they are very heartily at your service."THE END
2.  "That's for a jury to decide," said Lestrade. "Anyhow, we shall haveyou on a charge of conspiracy, if not for attempted murder.""And you'll probably find that your creditors will impound thebanking account of Mr. Cornelius," said Holmes.
3.  He looked at our cards. "Pray sit down, gentlemen. What can I do foryou?"
4.  Apply Grosvenor Buildings, Aston
5.   I returned to the room downstairs, where Ferguson and Holmes stillsat by the fire. Ferguson listened moodily to my account of theinterview.
6.  Holmes stirred for the first time.


1.  Such was the problem which my visitor laid before me. Itpresented, as the astute reader will have already perceived, fewdifficulties in its solution, for a very limited choice ofalternatives must get to the root of the matter. Still, elementaryas it was, there were points of interest and novelty about it whichmay excuse my placing it upon record. I now proceeded, using myfamiliar method of logical analysis, to narrow down the possiblesolutions.
2.  "There are numerous small fry, but few who would handle so big anaffair. The only men worth considering are Adolph Meyer, of 13 GreatGeorge Street, Westminster; Louis La Rothiere, of Campden Mansions,Notting Hill; and Hugo Oberstein, 13 Caulfield Gardens, Kensington.The latter was known to be in town on Monday and is now reported ashaving left. Glad to hear you have seen some light. The Cabinet awaitsyour final report with the utmost anxiety. Urgent representations havearrived from the very highest quarter. The whole force of the State isat your back if you should need it.
3.  Watson waited until the door was closed, and then he turnedearnestly to his companion.
4、  But my friend's eyes were fixed upon the secretary, who stood by hismaster's chair.
5、  "Yes. Her bed this morning had not been slept in, her room wasempty, and a note for me lay upon the hall table. I had said to herlast night, in sorrow and not in anger, that if she had married my boyall might have been well with him. Perhaps it was thoughtless of me tosay so. It is to that remark that she refers in this note:'MY DEAREST UNCLE:




  • 任泉 08-03

      "It means nothing to the message, but it might mean a good deal tous if we had no other means of discovering the sender. You see that hehas begun by writing "The...game...is," and so on. Afterwards hehad, to fulfil the prearranged cipher, to fill in any two words ineach space. He would naturally use the first words which came to hismind, and if there were so many which referred to sport among them,you may be tolerably sure that he is either an ardent shot orinterested in breeding. Do you know anything of this Beddoes?'"'Why, now that you mention it,' said he, 'I remember that my poorfather used to have an invitation from him to shoot over his preservesevery autumn.'

  • 红河·道 08-03

      "Post-Office, Charing Cross."

  • 弗洛恩德 08-03

       "How do you know that? You can't tell what may happen. Anyway, myresolution is taken. Other people besides you have self-respect, andeven reputations."

  • 秦鸥候 08-03

      "My dear Holmes, what do you mean?"

  • 祁荣祥 08-02

    {  That hour was not long in striking. We crouched closer in the shadowas we heard the outer door open and shut. Then came the sharp,metallic snap of a key, and the American was in the room. He closedthe door softly behind him, took a sharp glance around him to see thatall was safe, threw off his overcoat, and walked up to the centraltable with the brisk manner of one who knows exactly what he has to doand how to do it. He pushed the table to one side, tore up thesquare of carpet on which it rested, rolled it completely back, andthen, drawing a jemmy from his inside pocket, he knelt down and workedvigorously upon the floor. Presently we heard the sound of slidingboards, and an instant later a square had opened in the planks. KillerEvans struck a match, lit a stump of candle, and vanished from ourview.

  • 李溶 08-01


  • 优科豪马 08-01

      "I'll tell you what I did first, and how I came to do itafterwards," said he. "After leaving you at the station I went for acharming walk through some admirable Surrey scenery to a pretty littlevillage called Ripley, where I had my tea at an inn and took theprecaution of filling my flask and of putting a paper of sandwiches inmy pocket. There I remained until evening, when I set off for Wokingagain and found myself in the highroad outside Briarbrae just aftersunset.

  • 姚王 08-01

      "She will not see me," cried Ferguson.

  • 何小竹 07-31

       "Well, I don't think that is very hard to explain. A very deep,malicious, vindictive person is the gentleman who is now waiting usdownstairs. You know that he was once refused by McFarlane's mother?You don't! I told you that you should go to Blackheath first andNorwood afterwards. Well, this injury, as he would consider it, hasrankled in his wicked, scheming brain, and all his life he haslonged for vengeance, but never seen his chance. During the lastyear or two, things have gone against him- secret speculation, Ithink- and he finds himself in a bad way. He determines to swindle hiscreditors, and for this purpose he pays large checks to a certainMr. Cornelius, who is, I imagine, himself under another name. I havenot traced these checks yet, but I have no doubt that they were bankedunder that name at some provincial town where Oldacre from time totime led a double existence. He intended to change his namealtogether, draw this money, and vanish, starting life againelsewhere."

  • 王岩 07-29

    {  "Breckinridge is his name."

  • 沈玉禄 07-29

      The Duke stood in thought for a moment, with a look of intensesurprise on his face. Then he opened a door and showed us into a largeroom furnished as a museum. He led the way to a glass case in acorner, and pointed to the inscription.