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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "'Yes, our little place is quite out in the country. It is a goodseven miles from Eyford Station.'
2.  "I fished about with a rake. I thought there might be some weapon orother trace. But how on earth-"
3.  Her courage was admirable. Even now she would not own defeat."I tell you again, Mr. Holmes, that you are under some absurdillusion."
4.  At this moment we saw the man himself. His head showed above theedge of the cliff where the path ends. Then his whole figureappeared at the top, staggering like a drunken man. The next instanthe threw up his hands and, with a terrible cry, fell upon his face.Stackhurst and I rushed forward- it may have been fifty yards- andturned him on his back. He was obviously dying. Those glazed sunkeneyes and dreadful livid cheeks could mean nothing else. One glimmer oflife came into his face: for an instant, and he uttered two or threewords with an eager air of warning. They were slurred andindistinct, but to my ear the list of them, which burst in a shriekfrom his lips, were "the Lion's Mane." It was utterly irrelevant andunintelligible, and yet I could twist the sound into no other sense.Then he half raised himself from the ground, threw his arms into theair, and fell forward on his side. He was dead.
5.  His smile broadened.
6.  "This is not danger,' said he. 'It is inevitable destruction. Youstand in the way not merely of an individual but of a mightyorganization, the full extent of which you, with all yourcleverness, have been unable to realize. You must stand clear, Mr.Holmes, or be trodden under foot.'


1.  There was a sudden rush and a scuffle, followed by the clash of ironand a cry of pain.
2.  "Good heavens!" cried Holmes in amazement. "How did he die?""Perhaps you would care to step in, sir, and see his brother,Colonel Valentine?"
3.  "I cannot imagine."
4.  "All this occurred during the first month of the long vacation. Iwent up to my London rooms, where I spent seven weeks working out afew experiments in organic chemistry. One day, however, when theautumn was far advanced and the vacation drawing to a close, Ireceived a telegram from my friend imploring me to return toDonnithorpe, and saying that he was in great need of my advice andassistance. Of course I dropped everything and set out for the Northonce more.
5.  "I did not! I did not! Before God I swear that I did not!" cried ourwretched prisoner.
6.  "Half dazed, I went into the station and asked about the morningtrain. There would be one to Reading in less than an hour. The sameporter was on duty, I found, as had been there when I arrived. Iinquired of him whether he had ever heard of Colonel Lysander Stark.The name was strange to him. Had he observed a carriage the nightbefore waiting for me? No, he had not. Was there a police stationanywhere near? There was one about three miles off.


1.  "To tell the truth"--he sank his face into his thin, whitehands--"I have felt helpless. I have felt like one of those poorrabbits when the snake is writhing towards it. I seem to be inthe grasp of some resistless, inexorable evil, which no foresightand no precautions can guard against."
2.  "My dear Holmes!"
3.  I may have commented upon my friend's power of mental detachment,but never have I wondered at it more than upon that spring morningin Cornwall when for two hours he discoursed upon celts, arrowheads,and shards, as lightly as if no sinister mystery were waiting forhis solution. It was not until we had returned in the afternoon to ourcottage that we found a visitor awaiting us, who soon brought ourminds back to the matter in hand. Neither of us needed to be toldwho that visitor was. The huge body, the craggy and deeply seamed facewith the fierce eyes and hawk-like nose, the grizzled hair whichnearly brushed our cottage ceiling, the beard- golden at the fringesand white near the lips, save for the nicotine stain from hisperpetual cigar- all these were as well known in London as inAfrica, and could only be associated with the tremendous personalityof Dr. Leon Sterndale, the great lion-hunter and explorer.We had heard of his presence in the district and had once or twicecaught sight of his tall figure upon the moorland paths. He made noadvances to us, however, nor would we have dreamed of doing so to him,as it was well known that it was his love of seclusion which causedhim to spend the greater part of the intervals between his journeys ina small bungalow buried in the lonely wood of Beauchamp Arriance.Here, amid his books and his maps, he lived an absolutely lonely life,attending to his own simple wants and paying little apparent heed tothe affairs of his neighbours. It was a surprise to me, therefore,to hear him asking Holmes in an eager voice whether he had made anyadvance in his reconstruction of this mysterious episode. "Thecounty police are utterly at fault," said he, "but perhaps yourwider experience has suggested some conceivable explanation. My onlyclaim to being taken into your confidence is that during my manyresidences here I have come to know this family of Tregennis verywell- indeed, upon my Cornish mother's side I could call them cousins-and their strange fate has naturally been a great shock to me. I maytell you that I had got as far as Plymouth upon my way to Africa,but the news reached me this morning, and I came straight back againto help in the inquiry."
5.   "Hum! The investigation really was a very simple one," remarkedHolmes, "but I don't think it struck him in that light when he firstcalled us in. However, let us see what Jim Browner has to say forhimself. This is his statement as made before Inspector Montgomeryat the Shadwell Police Station, and it has the advantage of beingverbatim."
6.  "I beg that you will not touch me with your filthy hands,"remarked our prisoner as the handcuffs clattered upon his wrists."You may not be aware that I have royal blood in my veins. Havethe goodness, also, when you address me always to say `sir' and`please.'"


1.  And my words were true, for shortly after eight a hansom dashed upto the door and our friend got out of it. Standing in the window wesaw that his left hand was swathed in a bandage and that his facewas very grim and pale. He entered the house, but it was some littletime before he came upstairs.
2.  "I hope," said the lady, "that you have not come to cross-examine meagain?"
3.  1904
4、  "We were reformers- revolutionists- Nihilists, you understand. Heand I and many more. Then there came a time of trouble, a policeofficer was killed, many were arrested, evidence was wanted, and inorder to save his own life and to earn a great reward, my husbandbetrayed his own wife and his companions. Yes, we were all arrestedupon his confession. Some of us found our way to the gallows, and someto Siberia. I was among these last, but my term was not for life. Myhusband came to England with his ill-gotten gains and has lived inquiet ever since, knowing well that if the Brotherhood knew where hewas not a week would pass before justice would be done."The old man reached out a trembling hand and helped himself to acigarette. "I am in your hands, Anna," said he. "You were alwaysgood to me."
5、  "Well, he must take it as it is and chance it. There's not amoment to lose." Again, with the sense of danger which becomes aninstinct with the sportsman, he paused and looked hard at thewindow. Yes, it was surely from the street that the faint sound hadcome.




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