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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "No," Holmes answered, in his gentlest voice, "I will not causeyou any unnecessary trouble, Lady Brackenstall, and my whole desire isto make things easy for you, for I am convinced that you are amuch-tried woman. If you will treat me as a friend and trust me, youmay find that I will justify your trust."
2.  "No, no. The place belonged to her late husband, Sir James Norbertonhas no claim on it at all. It is only a life interest and reverts toher husband's brother. Meantime, she draws the rents every year.""And brother Robert, I suppose, spends the said rents?""That is about the size of it. He is a devil of a fellow and mustlead her a most uneasy life. Yet I have heard that she is devoted tohim. But what is amiss at Shoscombe?"
3.  That is clear and concise."
4.  "You have an answer to everything. But how on earth do youdeduce that the gas is not laid on in his house?"
5.  "I shall be honoured."
6.  "I have only a little time here," she said, "but I would have you toknow the whole truth. I am this man's wife. He is not an Englishman.He is a Russian. His name I will not tell."


1.  1910
2.  "We also have our diplomatic secrets," said he and, picking up hishat, he turned to the door.
3.  "'Where have you put it?' asked Arthur.
4.  I crept forward and looked across at the familiar window. As my eyesfell upon it, I gave a gasp and a cry of amazement. The blind wasdown, and a strong light was burning in the room. The shadow of aman who was seated in a chair within was thrown in hard, black outlineupon the luminous screen of the window. There was no mistaking thepoise of the head, the squareness of the shoulders, the sharpness ofthe features. The face was turned half-round, and the effect wasthat of one of those black silhouettes which our grandparents loved toframe. It was a perfect reproduction of Holmes. So amazed was I that Ithrew out my hand to make sure that the man himself was standingbeside me. He was quivering with silent laughter.
5.  "'You will eventually manage the great depot in Paris, which willpour a flood of English crockery into the shops of a hundred andthirty-four agents in France. The purchase will be completed in aweek, and meanwhile you will remain in B and make yourself useful.'"'How?'
6.  "He must guard himself, for he may find that there is someone morecunning than himself upon his track. You must lock yourself up fromhim to-night. If he is violent, we shall take you away to youraunt's at Harrow. Now, we must make the best use of our time, sokindly take us at once to the rooms which we are to examine."The building was of gray, lichen-blotched stone, with a high centralportion and two curving wings, like the claws of a crab, thrown out oneach side. In one of these wings the windows were broken and blockedwith wooden boards, while the roof was partly caved in, a picture ofruin. The central portion was in little better repair, but theright-hand block was comparatively modern, and the blinds in thewindows, with the blue smoke curling up from the chimneys, showed thatthis was where the family resided. Some scaffolding had been erectedagainst the end wall, and the stone-work had been broken into, butthere were no signs of any workmen at the moment of our visit.Holmes walked slowly up and down the ill-trimmed lawn and examinedwith deep attention the outsides of the windows.


1.  "I have heard your name, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, and I am aware of yourprofession- one of which I by no means approve."
2.  "'"Ah, my boy," said he, "it is all very well to talk, but you don'tknow how I am placed. But you shall know, Victor. I'll see that youshall know, come what may. You wouldn't believe harm of your poorold father, would you, lad?" He was very much moved and shut himselfup in the study all day, where I could see through the window thathe was writing busily.
3.  I had just reached the top of the path when it came to me. Like aflash, I remembered the thing for which I had so eagerly and vainlygrasped. You will know, or Watson has written in vain, that I hold avast store of out-of-the-way knowledge without scientific system,but very available for the needs of my work. My mind is like a crowdedbox-room with packets of all sorts stowed away therein- so many that Imay well have but a vague perception of what was there. I had knownthat there was something which might bear upon this matter. It wasstill vague, but at least I knew how I could make it clear. It wasmonstrous, incredible, and yet it was always a possibility. I wouldtest it to the full.
4.  "No, thank you, sir. I breakfasted before I came round. I spentthe night in town, for I came up yesterday to report."
5.   "Quite so, of course," said Holmes. "I should like to have a look atthe gentleman and see if I can make anything of his little game.What qualities have you, my friend, which would make your servicesso valuable? Or is it possible that-" He began biting his nails andstaring blankly out of the window, and we hardly drew another wordfrom him until we were in New Street.
6.  "Then you will soon get the clearest fact of all. The bodiescannot be far away.


1.  "'You must bear in mind,' said I, 'that the royal party made head inEngland even after the death of the king, and that when they at lastfled they probably left many of their most precious sessions buriedbehind them, with the intention of returning for them in more peacefultimes.'
2.  It was nearly six o'clock before we found ourselves in the prettySurrey village of Esher, with Inspector Baynes as our companion.Holmes and I had taken things for the night, and found comfortablequarters at the Bull. Finally we set out in the company of thedetective on our visit to Wisteria Lodge. It was a cold, dark Marchevening, with a sharp wind and a fine rain beating upon our faces, afit setting for the wild common over which our road passed and thetragic goal to which it led us.
3.  "By this time the whole house was astir, for I had raised my voicein my anger. Mary was the first to rush into my room, and, at thesight of the coronet and of and of Arthur's face, she read the wholestory and, with a scream, fell down senseless on the ground. I sentthe house-maid for the police and put the investigation into theirhands at once. When the inspector and a constable entered the house,Arthur, who had stood sullenly with his arms folded, asked mewhether it was my intention to charge him with theft. I answeredthat it had ceased to be a private matter, but had become a publicone, since the ruined coronet was national property. I wasdetermined that the law should have its way in everything."'At least,' said he, 'you will not have me arrested at once. Itwould be to your advantage as well as mine if I might leave thehouse for five minutes.'
4、  "Well, what did you do?"
5、  "Well, there is at least a curious coincidence of dates. Aventilator is made, a cord is hung, and a lady who sleeps in the beddies. Does not that strike you?"




  • 阿伦·雷乃 08-02

      -THE END-

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      Our opponent opened the door.

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      "Yes, and I confess that the contents startled me beyond measure.Have you good authority for what you say?"

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      "There is one thing," said John Openshaw. He rummaged in hiscoat pocket, and, drawing out a piece of discoloured, blue-tintedpaper, he laid it out upon the table. "I have some remembrance,"said he, "that on the day when my uncle burned the papers Iobserved that the small, unburned margins which lay amid the asheswere of this particular colour. I found this single sheet uponthe floor of his room, and I am inclined to think that it may beone of the papers which has, perhaps, fluttered out from among theothers, and in that way has escaped destruction. Beyond themention of pips, I do not see that it helps us much. I thinkmyself that it is a page from some private diary. The writing isundoubtedly my uncle's."}

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       "Dear me! I must have a look at the matter."

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      The detective mounted the stairs, and our lamp gleamed upon hisshining waterproof. I helped him out of it, while Holmes knocked ablaze out of the logs in the grate.