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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes, the constable here."
2.  "I understand the position," said Holmes.
3.  "You will think, Mr. Holmes, that I returned to my chair in novery happy state of mind. The old man's words seemed to me to bearonly one interpretation. Clearly my poor friend had become involved insome criminal or, at the least, disreputable transaction which touchedthe family honour. That stern old man had sent his son away and hiddenhim from the world lest some scandal should come to light. Godfrey wasa reckless fellow. He was easily influenced by those around him. Nodoubt he had fallen into bad hands and been misled to his ruin. It wasa piteous business, if it was indeed so, but even now it was my dutyto hunt him out and see if I could aid him. I was anxiouslypondering the matter when I looked up, and there was GodfreyEmsworth standing before me."
4.  "Pray be precise as to details," said he.
5.  "That is Leonardo," she said.
6.  "Well, well, we score over you for once, Mr. Holmes. You must giveus best this time." He struck his stick sharply upon the ground, onwhich a cabman, his whip in his band, sauntered over from afour-wheeler which stood on the far side of the street. "May Iintroduce you to Mr. Sherlock Holmes?" he said to the cabman. Thisis Mr. Leverton, of Pinkerton's American Agency."


1.  "'Under the elm.'
2.  "Thank you, Miss Turner. You have been of material assistance tome."
3.  "`That white one with the barred tail, right in the middle ofthe flock.'
4.  "Yes, sir," he answered, with some surprise.
6.  "No, never.


1.  "From your slippers."
2.  "In accordance with the scheme which we had formed in order totest our theories" ["the 'we' is rather fine, Watson, is it not?"]"I went down to the Albert Dock yesterday at 6 P.M., and boarded theS.S. May Day, belonging to the Liverpool, Dublin, and London SteamPacket Company. On inquiry, I found that there was a steward onboard of the name of James Browner and that he had acted during thevoyage in such an extraordinary manner that the captain had beencompelled to relieve him of his duties. On descending to his berth,I found him seated upon a chest with his head sunk upon his hands,rocking himself to and fro. He is a big, powerful chap,clean-shaven, and very swarthy- something like Aldridge, who helped usin the bogus laundry affair. He jumped up when he heard my business,and I had my whistle to my lips to call a couple of river police,who were round the corner, but he seemed to have no heart in him,and he held out his hands quietly enough for the darbies. We broughthim along to the cells, and his box as well for we thought there mightbe something incriminating; but, bar a big sharp knife such as mostsailors have, we got nothing for our trouble. However, we find that weshall want no more evidence, for on being brought before the inspectorat the station he asked leave to make a statement which was, ofcourse, taken down, just as he made it, by our shorthand man. We hadthree copies typewritten, one of which I enclose. The affair proves,as I always thought it would, to be an extremely simple one, but Iam obliged to you for assisting me in my investigation. With kindregards,
3.  Holmes sank back in his chair.
4.  "Yes, he has been here. I understand that you don't know him.... Howlong?... Only two days!... Yes, yes, of course, it is a mostcaptivating prospect. Will you be at home this evening? I suppose yournamesake will not be there?... Very good, we will come then, for Iwould rather have a chat without him.... Dr. Watson will come withme.... I understand from your note that you did not go out often....Well, we shall be round about six. You need not mention it to theAmerican lawyer.... Very good. Good-bye!"
5.   "'I have listened to you with patience, Mr. Holmes,' said she.'The effect upon my mind is exactly as predicted. I am aware thatAdelbert, that my fiance, has had a stormy life in which he hasincurred bitter hatreds and most unjust aspersions. You are only thelast of a series who have brought their slanders before me. Possiblyyou mean well, though I learn that you are a paid agent who would havebeen equally willing to act for the Baron as against him. But in anycase I wish you to understand once for all that I love him and that heloves me, and that the opinion of all the world is no more to methan the twitter of those birds outside the window. If his noblenature has ever for an instant fallen, it may be that I have beenspecially sent to raise it to its true and lofty level. I am notclear'- here she turned eyes upon my companion-' who this young ladymay be.'
6.  "Ha! you find it so?"


1.  "Wait a bit, Mrs. Warren. Do nothing rash. I begin to think thatthis affair may be very much more important than appeared at firstsight. It is clear now that some danger is threatening your lodger. Itis equally clear that his enemies, lying in wait for him near yourdoor, mistook your husband for him in the foggy morning light. Ondiscovering their mistake they released him. What they would have donehad it not been a mistake, we can only conjecture."
2.  "'I think that she has gone out for a walk,' she answered."My mind was instantly filled with suspicion. I rushed upstairs tomake sure that she was not in the house. As I did so I happened toglance out of one of the upper windows and saw the maid with whom Ihad just been speaking running across the field in the direction ofthe cottage. Then of course I saw exactly what it all meant. My wifehad gone over there and had asked the servant to call her if Ishould return. Tingling with anger, I rushed down and hurriedacross, determined to end the matter once and forever. I saw my wifeand the maid hurrying back along the lane, but I did not stop to speakwith them. In the cottage lay the secret which was casting a shadowover my life. I vowed that, come what might, it should be a secretno longer. I did not even knock when I reached it, but turned thehandle and rushed into the passage.
3.  The assassin staggered back, amazement in his convulsed face. For aninstant he half raised his loaded cane once more, as if he wouldturn his violence from the effigy to the original; but there wassomething in that steady gray eye and mocking smile which caused hishand to sink to his side.
4、  "But I have heard all that you have heard."
5、  The old reprobate with the surplice burst into a volley of badlanguage.




  • 董岗 08-09

      "Ha! nothing could be better," said Holmes, leaning back in hischair and looking keenly at me from under his half-closed lids. "Iperceive that you have been unwell lately. Summer colds are always alittle trying."

  • 朱鼎兆 08-09

      "Of course, with her weak heart and dropsy one couldn't expectthat she could get about with him, but he spent two hours everyevening in her room. He might well do what he could, for she hasbeen a rare good friend to him. But that's all over, too. He nevergoes near her. And she takes it to heart. She is brooding and sulkyand drinking, Mr. Holmes- drinking like a fish."

  • 蔡克英 08-09

       "Now," said Holmes, when the rejoicing lackey had disappeared,"having secured the future, we can afford to be more lenient withthe past. I am not in an official position, and there is no reason, solong as the ends of justice are served, why I should disclose all thatI know. As to Hayes, I say nothing. The gallows awaits him, and Iwould do nothing to save him from it. What he will divulge I cannottell, but I have no doubt that your Grace could make him understandthat it is to his interest to be silent. From the police point of viewhe will have kidnapped the boy for the purpose of ransom. If they donot themselves find it out, I see no reason why I should prompt themto take a broader point of view. I would warn your Grace, however,that the continued presence of Mr. James Wilder in your householdcan only lead to misfortune."

  • 景胜 08-09

      "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.

  • 黄小蕾 08-08

    {  Sherlock Holmes left the house alone, and only returned aftereleven. He had obtained a large ordnance map of the neighbourhood, andthis he brought into my room, where he laid it out on the bed, and,having balanced the lamp in the middle of it, he began to smoke overit, and occasionally to point out objects of interest with the reekingamber of his pipe.

  • 姜黎黎 08-07

      "I believe that he is coming here," said Holmes, rubbing his hands."Here?"}

  • 侯正刚 08-07

      "You mean the Austrian murderer?"

  • 尹龙华 08-07

      "Then you won't forgive me? You won't shake hands before I go?""Oh, certainly, if it would give you any pleasure." He put out hishand and coldly grasped that which she attended to him."I had hoped," suggested Holmes, "that you would have joined us in afriendly supper."

  • 董柳生 08-06

       "Exactly. Our first effort must be to find who are the tenants ofCharlington Hall. Then, again, how about the connection betweenCarruthers and Woodley, since they appear to be men of such adifferent type? How came they both to be so keen upon looking up RalphSmith's relations? One more point. What sort of a menage is it whichpays double the market price for a governess but does not keep ahorse, although six miles from the station? Odd, Watson- very odd!""You will go down?"

  • 陈灵 08-04

    {  "'Where was the sun?'

  • 康雄 08-04

      "When I joined up in January, 1901- just two years ago- youngGodfrey Emsworth had joined the same squadron. He was ColonelEmsworth's only son- Emsworth, the Crimean V.C.- and he had thefighting blood in him, so it is no wonder he volunteered. There wasnot a finer lad in the regiment. We formed a friendship- the sort offriendship which can only be made when one lives the same life andshares the same joys and sorrows. He was my mate- and that means agood deal in the Army. We took the rough and the smooth together for ayear of hard fighting. Then he was hit with a bullet from anelephant gun in the action near Diamond Hill outside Pretoria. I gotone letter from the hospital at Cape Town and one from SouthHampton. Since then not a word- not one word, Mr. Holmes, for sixmonths and more, and he my closest pal.