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2.  "Tut, it is only a scratch through my own clumsiness," heanswered, nodding his good-morning to us. "This case of yours, Mr.Phelps, is certainly one of the darkest which I have everinvestigated."
3.  "Ah, if I could give it a name it might go a long way towardssolving the case. On the whole, it was probably some creature of theweasel and stoat tribe-and yet it is larger than any of these that Ihave seen."
4.  Holmes did not answer. His pale, eager face had suddenly assumedthat tense, far-away expression which I had learned to associatewith the supreme manifestations of his genius. So evident was thecrisis in his mind that none of us dared to speak, and we sat,barrister, prisoner, and myself, watching him in a concentrated andabsorbed silence. Suddenly he sprang from his chair, vibrating withnervous energy and the pressing need for action.
5.  "It is a curious collection."
6.  "'Where have you been?' I asked, more sternly.


1.  "It's the Napoleon bust business again," said Lestrade. "Youseemed interested last night, Mr. Holmes, so I thought perhaps youwould be glad to be present now that the affair has taken a verymuch graver turn."
2.  I had often admired my friend's courage, but never more than now, ashe sat quietly checking off a series of incidents which must havecombined to make up a day of horror.
3.  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
4.  "Why, Mr. Holmes, the crime was only committed at three thismorning. How could you hear of it in London and get to the spot assoon as I?"
5.  "She was found badly wounded, by the side of her dead husband."He sank with a deep groan on the settee and buried his face in hismanacled hands. For five minutes he was silent. Then he raised hisface once more, and spoke with the cold composure of despair."I have nothing to hide from you, gentlemen," said he. "If I shotthe man he had his shot at me, and there's no murder in that. But ifyou think I could have hurt that woman, then you don't know eitherme or her. I tell you, there was never a man in this world loved awoman more than I loved her. I had a right to her. She was pledgedto me years ago. Who was this Englishman that he should come betweenus? I tell you that I had the first right to her, and that I wasonly claiming my own.
6.  "Let me tell you, then, the train of reasoning which passedthrough my mind in Baker Street. The idea of a vampire was to meabsurd. Such things do not happen in criminal practice in England. Andyet your observation was precise. You had seen the lady rise frombeside the child's cot with the blood upon her lips."


1.  The strong, masterful personality of Holmes dominated the tragicscene, and all were equally puppets in his hands. Williamson andCarruthers found themselves carrying the wounded Woodley into thehouse, and I gave my arm to the frightened girl. The injured man waslaid on his bed, and at Holmes's request I examined him. I carriedmy report to where he sat in the old tapestry-hung dining-room withhis two prisoners before him.
2.  Holmes looked at me thoughtfully and shook his head.
3.  "Well, she saw something to alarm her. That is certain. Thegeneral sequence of events is pretty clear, is it not? A couple seekrefuge in London from a very terrible and instant danger. Themeasure of that danger is the rigour of their precautions. The man,who has some work which he must do, desires to leave the woman inabsolute safety while he does it. It is not an easy problem, but hesolved it in an original fashion, and so effectively that her presencewas not even known to tile landlady who supplies her with food. Theprinted messages, as is now evident, were to prevent her sex beingdiscovered by her writing. The man cannot come near the woman, or hewill guide their enemies to her. Since he cannot communicate withher direct, he has recourse to the agony column of a paper. So far allis clear."
4.  "By the select prices. Eight shillings for a bed and eightpencefor a glass of sherry pointed to one of the most expensive hotels.There are not many in London which charge at that rate. In thesecond one which I visited in Northumberland Avenue, I learned by aninspection of the book that Francis H. Moulton, an American gentleman,had left only the day before, and on looking over the entriesagainst him, I came upon the very items which I had seen in theduplicate bill. His letters were to be forwarded to 226 Gordon Square;so thither I travelled, and being fortunate enough to find theloving couple at home, I ventured to give them some paternal adviceand to point out to them that it would be better in every way thatthey should make their position a little clearer both to the generalpublic and to Lord St. Simon in particular. I invited them to meet himhere, and, as you see, I made him keep the appointment.""But with no very good result," I remarked. "His conduct wascertainly not very gracious."
5.   Watson had taken a step forward when the bedroom door opened, andthe long, thin form of Holmes emerged, his face pale and drawn but hisstep and bearing as active as ever. With a single spring he was at thewindow, and had drawn the blind once more.
6.  "He might."


1.  "'But my clothes? My jewels?'
2.  "In mining. He had nothing a few years ago. Then he struck gold,invested it, and came up by leaps and bounds."
3.  "I do my neighbour's when he goes. He is always ready to work offthe debt."
4、  "They've gone, Mr. Holmes. They went by the last train. The ladybroke away, and I've got her in a cab downstairs."
5、  I took the tattered object in my hands and turned it overrather ruefully. It was a very ordinary black hat of the usualround shape, hard and much the worse for wear. The lining hadbeen of red silk, but was a good deal discoloured. There was nomaker's name; but, as Holmes had remarkcd, the initials "H. B."were scrawled upon one side. It was pierced in the brim for ahat-securer, but the elastic was missing. For the rest, it wascracked, exceedingly dusty, and spotted in several places,although there seemed to have been some attempt to hide thediscoloured patches by smearing them with ink.




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