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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  A quarter of an hour later we found ourselves in what I judge,from the lines of polished barrels behind glass covers, to be thegun-room of the old house. It was comfortably furnished, and hereSir Robert left us for a few moments. When he returned he had twocompanions with him; the one, the florid young woman whom we hadseen in the carriage; the other, a small rat-faced man with adisagreeably furtive manner. These two wore an appearance of utterbewilderment, which showed that the baronet had not yet had time toexplain to them the turn events had taken.
2.  "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."
3.  "Maybe the two things go together. Anyhow, I couldn't let her go.Besides, with this crowd about, it was well that she should havesomeone near to look after her. Then, when the cable came, I knew theywere bound to make a move."
4.  "Don't I? Well, perhaps I don't. But I am sure that it will interestMr. Horace Harker and the subscribers of the Central PressSyndicate. Now, Watson, I think that we shall find that we have a longand rather complex day's work before us. I should be glad, Lestrade,if you could make it convenient to meet us at Baker Street at sixo'clock this evening. Until then I should like to keep thisphotograph, found in the dead man's pocket. It is possible that Imay have to ask your company and assistance upon a small expeditionwhich will have be undertaken to-night, if my chain of reasoningshould prove to be correct. Until then good-bye and good luck!"Sherlock Holmes and I walked together to the High Street, where westopped at the shop of Harding Brothers, whence the bust had beenpurchased. A young assistant informed us that Mr. Harding would beabsent until afternoon, and that he was himself a newcomer, whocould give us no information. Holmes's face showed his
5.  "I will not impose any further tax upon Lady Brackenstall's patienceand time," said Holmes. "Before I go into the dining-room, I shouldlike to hear your experience." He looked at the maid.
6.  "Sit down, Captain Crocker. You got my telegram?"


1.  "Certainly, Mr. Pycroft, certainly," the other resumed in a calmertone. "You may wait here a moment and there is no reason why yourfriends should not wait with you. I will be entirely at your servicein three minutes, if I might trespass upon your patience so far." Herose with a very courteous air, and, bowing to us, he passed outthrough a door at the farther end of the room, which he closedbehind him.
2.  "Dear me, this becomes more and more difficult for me to understand!You are a connoisseur and collector with a very valuable piece in yourcollection, and yet you have never troubled to consult the one bookwhich would have told you of the real meaning and value of what youheld. How do you explain that?"
3.  "Send for the police."
4.  "Government employ. Behold the link with Brother Mycroft!""He left Woolwich suddenly on Monday night. Was last seen by hisfiancee, Miss Violet Westbury, whom he left abruptly in the fogabout 7:30 that evening. There was no quarrel between them and she cangive no motive for his action. The next thing heard of him was whenhis dead body was discovered by a plate-layer named Mason, justoutside Aldgate Station on the Underground system in London.""When?"
5.  "He must have been a cool hand."
6.  "That was it, sir."


1.  "Surely, Mr. Barnes! We certainly shall. By the way, that was a mostbeautiful spaniel that was whining in the hall."
2.  We found, however, as we advanced that this portion of the moor isintersected with soft patches, and, though we frequently lost sight ofthe track, we always succeeded in picking it up once more."Do you observe," said Holmes, "that the rider is now undoubtedlyforcing the pace? There can be no doubt of it. Look at thisimpression, where you get both tires clear. The one is as deep asthe other. That can only mean that the rider is throwing his weight onto the handle-bar, as a man does when he is sprinting. By Jove! he hashad a fall."
3.  "Most preposterous!" I exclaimed, and then suddenly realizing how hehad echoed the inmost thought of my soul, I sat up in my chair andstared at him in blank amazement.
4.  "One of his hands."
5.   "There is a central heating furnace in the cellar under LadyBeatrice's room. It's been off for some time, but Sir Robertcomplained of cold and had it on again, Harvey runs it- he's one of mylads. This very morning he came to me with this which he foundraking out the cinders. He didn't like the look of it.""Nor do I," said Holmes. "What do you make of it, Watson?"It was burned to a black cinder, but there could be no question asto its anatomical significance.
6.  "You will see me when all is ready. Come at once.


1.  It was from the Carlton Club and dated the evening before. This iswhat I read:
2.  "No, no, Lady Brackenstall- it is no use. You may have heard ofany little reputation which I possess. I will stake it all on the factthat your story is an absolute fabrication."
3.  It was a singular sight which met our eyes. On the table stood adark-lantern with the shutter half open, throwing a brilliant beamof light upon the iron safe, the door of which was ajar. Beside thistable, on the wooden chair, sat Dr. Grimesby Roylott, clad in a longgray dressing-gown, his bare ankles protruding beneath, and his feetthrust into red heelless Turkish slippers. Across his lap lay theshort stock with the long lash which we had noticed during the day.His chin was cocked upward and his eyes were fixed in a dreadful,rigid stare at the corner of the ceiling. Round his brow he had apeculiar yellow band, with brownish speckles, which seemed to be boundtightly round his head. As we entered he made neither sound normotion.
4、  "It is no use your fingering your revolver, my friend," he said in aquiet voice. You know perfectly well that you dare not use it, even ifI gave you time to draw it. Nasty, noisy things, revolvers, Count.Better stick to air-guns. Ah! I think I hear the fairy footstep ofyour estimable partner. Good day, Mr. Merton. Rather dull in thestreet, is it not?"
5、  "Certainly not."




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