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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "It is no reflection upon your professional knowledge," said he,"for I believe that, save for one sample in a laboratory at Buda,there is no other specimen in Europe. It has not yet found its wayeither into the pharmacopoeia or into the literature of toxicology.The root is shaped like a foot, half human, half goatlike; hence thefanciful name given by a botanical missionary. It is used as an ordealpoison by the medicine-men in certain districts of West Africa andis kept as a secret among them. This particular specimen I obtainedunder very extraordinary circumstances in the Ubangi country." Heopened the paper as he spoke and disclosed a heap of reddish-brown,snuff-like powder.
2.  "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.
3.  "Can I help you in any way?"
4.  I walked down to the station with them, and then wandered throughthe streets of the little town, finally returning to the hotel,where I lay upon the sofa and tried to interest myself in ayellow-backed novel. The puny plot of the story was so thin,however, when compared to the deep mystery through which we weregroping, and I found my attention wander so continually from thefiction to the fact, that I at last flung it across the room andgave myself up entirely to a consideration of the events of the day.Supposing that this unhappy young man's story were absolutely true,then what hellish thing, what absolutely unforeseen andextraordinary calamity could have occurred between the time when heparted from his father, and the moment when, drawn back by hisscreams, he rushed into the glade? It was something terrible anddeadly. What could it be? Might not the nature of the injuriesreveal something to my medical instincts? I rang the bell and calledfor the weekly county paper, which contained a verbatim account of theinquest. In the surgeon's deposition it was stated that theposterior third of the left parietal bone and the left half of theoccipital bone had been shattered by a heavy blow from a blunt weapon.I marked the spot upon my own head. Clearly such a blow must have beenstruck from behind. That was to some extent in favour of theaccused, as when seen quarrelling he was face to face with his father.Still, it did not go for very much, for the older man might haveturned his back before the blow fell. Still, it might be worth whileto call Holmes's attention to it. Then there was the peculiar dyingreference to a rat. What could that mean? It could not be delirium.A man dying from a sudden blow does not commonly become delirious. No,it was more likely to be an attempt to explain how he met his fate.But what could it indicate? I cudgelled my brains to find somepossible explanation. And then the incident of the gray cloth seenby young McCarthy. If that were true the murderer must have droppedsome part of his dress, presumably his overcoat, in his flight andmust have had the hardihood to return and to carry it away at theinstant when the son was kneeling with his back turned not a dozenpaces off. What a tissue of mysteries and improbabilities the wholething was! I did not wonder at Lestrade's opinion, and yet I had somuch faith in Sherlock Holmes's insight that I could not lose hopeas long as every fresh fact seemed to strengthen his conviction ofyoung McCarthy's innocence.
5.  "Ah, my unfortunate nephew! You can understand that our kinshipmakes it the more impossible for me to screen him in any way. I fearthat the incident must have a very prejudicial effect upon hiscareer."
6.  "And then in an instant the key of the riddle was in my hands, and Isaw that every third word, beginning with the first, would give amessage which might well drive old Trevor to despair.


1.  "Just close the door," said Holmes. "Now, Mr. Gilchrist, we areall quite alone here, and no one need ever know one word of whatpasses between us. We can be perfectly frank with each other. Wewant to know, Mr. Gilchrist, how you, an honourable man, ever cameto commit such an action as that of yesterday?"
2.  "My dear Watson," said he, "I cannot agree with those who rankmodesty among the virtues. To the logician all things should be seenexactly as they are, and to underestimate one's self is as much adeparture from truth as to exaggerate one's own powers. When I say,therefore, that Mycroft has better powers of observation than I, youmay take it that I am speaking the exact and literal truth.""Is he your junior?"
3.  Mr. Holmes smiled amiably.
4.  "That should be helpful, Watson," he remarked as we took our seatsin the Woolwich train. "We certainly owe Brother Mycroft a debt forhaving introduced us to what promises to be a really very remarkablecase."
5.  "I really took no notice."
6.  "Well, I'm sure you would never guess in a hundred years what we didfind. You see that stain on the carpet? Well, a great deal must havesoaked through, must it not?"


1.  "I have done no harm."
2.  Mycroft Holmes and Lestrade had come round by appointment afterbreakfast next day and Sherlock Holmes had recounted to them ourproceedings of the day before. The professional shook his head overour confessed burglary.
3.  "Yes, and I confess that the contents startled me beyond measure.Have you good authority for what you say?"
4.  "And help."
5.   "Of course I was pleased to hear this. I had always been prettysharp in the office, but I had never dreamed that I was talked aboutin the City in this fashion.
6.  "Yes, he came straight back to me. He had been very angry.""Why should he be angry?"


1.  "Vernon Lodge, near Kingston. It is a large house. He has beenfortunate in some rather shady speculations and is a rich man, whichnaturally makes him a more dangerous antagonist."
2.  "Where was it found?"
3.  It was our visitor's turn to look surprised.
4、  "The Carlton Club will find me. But in case of emergency, there is aprivate telephone call, 'XX.31.'"
5、  "Very good. Mrs. Marker, you can go. Now we are making a littleprogress. Our lady enters the room, advances to the bureau, and eitheropens it or tries to do so. While she is thus engaged, youngWilloughby Smith enters the room. In her hurry to withdraw the key,she makes this scratch upon the door. He seizes her, and she,snatching up the nearest object, which happens to be this knife,strikes at him in order to make him let go his hold. The blow is afatal one. He falls and she escapes, either with or without the objectfor which she has come. Is Susan, the maid, there? Could anyone havegot away through that door after the time that you heard the cry,Susan?"




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      "Ah! that is suggestive. Now, on the other side of this narrowwing runs the corridor from which these three rooms open. There arewindows in it, of course?"

  • 彭坤炎 08-09

      "Its importance can hardly be exaggerated. It has been the mostjealously guarded of all government secrets. You may take it from methat naval warfare becomes impossible within the radius of aBruce-Partington's operation. Two years ago a very large sum wassmuggled through the Estimates and was expended in acquiring amonopoly of the invention. Every effort has been made to keep thesecret. The plans, which are exceedingly intricate, comprising somethirty separate patents, each essential to the working of the whole,are kept in an elaborate safe in a confidential office adjoining thearsenal, with burglar-proof doors and windows. Under no conceivablecircumstances were the plans to be taken from the office. If the chiefconstructor of the Navy desired to consult them, even he was forced togo to the Woolwich office for the purpose. And yet here we find themin the pocket of a dead junior clerk in the heart of London. From anofficial point of view it's simply awful."

  • 付定金 08-09

       "No. I had not been back to Woking between getting the order andexecuting the commission."

  • 吕友明 08-09

      "I think I should like to sit quietly for a few minutes and think itout." He seated himself upon the stone ledge of the bridge, and Icould see his quick gray eyes darting their questioning glances inevery direction. Suddenly he sprang up again and ran across to theopposite parapet, whipped his lens from his pocket, and began toexamine the stonework.

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    {  I am very anxious to consult you as to whether I should or shouldnot accept a situation which has been offered to me as governess. Ishall call at half-past ten to-morrow if I do not inconvenience you.Yours faithfully,

  • 林劭彦 08-07

      "Ah, I forgot I had not told you. I am getting into your involvedhabit, Watson, of telling the story backward. You had best read thisfirst."}

  • 孙闻 08-07

      "Well, it is certainly singular that he should run the risk oftaking originals if he could safely have taken copies, which wouldhave equally served his turn."

  • 陆晴 08-07

      "Well, maybe not. I understand that I have your word, Mr. Holmes,that you step right out of the case now and that you turn all yourresults over to us."

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       "Thank God!" he muttered. "It's someone else."

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    {  "As soon as I get my kit."

  • 董园园 08-04

      "It strikes me, Williamson, there isn't very much that we can tellthis gentleman," cried Carruthers, with a bitter laugh. "Yes, wequarreled, and he knocked me down. I am level with him on that,anyhow. Then I lost sight of him. That was when he picked up with thisoutcast padre here. I found that they had set up housekeeping togetherat this place on the line that she had to pass for the station. I keptmy eye on her after that, for I knew there was some devilry in thewind. I saw them from time to time, for I was anxious to know whatthey were after. Two days ago Woodley came up to my house with thiscable, which showed that Ralph Smith was dead. He asked me if Iwould stand by the bargain. I said I would not. He asked me if I wouldmarry the girl myself and give him a share. I said I would willinglydo so, but that she would not have me. He said, `Let us get hermarried first and after a week or two she may see things a bitdifferent.' I said I would have nothing to do with violence. So hewent off cursing, like the foul-mouthed blackguard that he was, andswearing that he would have her yet. She was leaving me this week-end,and I had got a trap to take her to the station, but I was so uneasyin my mind that I followed her on my bicycle. She had got a start,however, and before I could catch her, the mischief was done. Thefirst thing I knew about it was when I saw you two gentlemen drivingback in her dog-cart"