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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "It was Catherine Cusack who told me of it," said he in acrackling voice.
2.  "Well, if you can lay your hand upon a Garrideb, there's money init."
3.  "Eh? What was that?"
4.  Sherlock Holmes was as good as his word, for about one o'clock herejoined us in the colonel's smoking-room. He was accompanied by alittle elderly gentleman, who was introduced to me as the Mr. Actonwhose house had been the scene of the original burglary."I wished Mr. Acton to be present while I demonstrated this smallmatter to you," said Holmes, "for it is natural that he should takea keen interest in the details. I am afraid, my dear Colonel, that youmust regret the hour that you took in such a stormy petrel as I am.""On the contrary," answered the colonel warmly, "I consider it thegreatest privilege to have been permitted to study your methods ofworking. I confess that they quite surpass my expectations, and that Iam utterly unable to account for your result. I have not yet seenthe vestige of a clue."
5.  The ejaculation had been drawn from my companion by the fact thatour door had been suddenly dashed open, and that a huge man had framedhimself in the aperture. His costume was a peculiar mixture of theprofessional and of the agricultural, having a black top-hat, a longfrock-coat, and a pair of high gaiters, with a hunting-crop swingingin his hand. So tall was he that his hat actually brushed the crossbar of the doorway, and his breadth seemed to span it across from sideto side. A large face, seared with a thousand wrinkles, burnedyellow with the sun, and marked with every evil passion, was turnedfrom one to the other of us, while his deep-set, bile-shot eyes, andhis high, thin, fleshless nose, gave him somewhat the resemblance to afierce old bird of prey.
6.  "It's as well," said the old man; "it's a question whether I shalllive to the Assizes, so it matters little to me, but I should wishto spare Alice the shock. And now I will make the thing clear toyou; it has been a long time in the acting, but will not take melong to tell."


1.  "Well, if his skull was smashed in you would hardly expect to hearfrom him again. There were at least two witnesses who spoke of thecries of a man being mingled with those of a woman."
2.  "Excellent. We have already a clue. There can be no doubtthat the probability--the strong probability--is that the writerwas on board of a ship. And now let us consider another point.In the case of Pondicherry, seven weeks elapsed between the threatand its fulfillment, in Dundee it was only some three or fourdays. Does that suggest anything?"
3.  "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?"
4.  "What else should it be?"
5.  "Well?"
6.  "Light-houses, my boy! Beacons of the future! Capsules with hundredsof bright little seeds in each, out of which will spring the wiser,better England of the future. I suppose that man Phelps does notdrink?"


1.  Dr. Sterndale drew from his pocket a paper packet and laid it uponthe table. On the outside was written "Radix pedis diaboli" with a redpoison label beneath it. He pushed it towards me. "I understand thatyou are a doctor, sir. Have you ever heard of this preparation?""Devil's-foot root! No, I have never heard of it."
2.  I heard a click of steel and a bellow like an enraged bull. The nextinstant Holmes and the seaman were rolling on the ground together.He was a man of such gigantic strength that, even with the handcuffswhich Holmes had so deftly fastened upon his wrists, he would havevery quickly overpowered my friend had Hopkins and I not rushed to hisrescue. Only when I pressed the cold muzzle of the revolver to histemple did he at last understand that resistance was vain. We lashedhis ankles with cord, and rose breathless from the struggle."I must really apologize, Hopkins," said Sherlock Holmes. "I fearthat the scrambled eggs are cold. However, you will enjoy the restof your breakfast all the better, will you not, for the thought thatyou have brought your case to a triumphant conclusion."Stanley Hopkins was speechless with amazement.
3.  Milverton's smile broadened and his eyes twinkled humorously."I am aware that what you say is true about the lady's resources,"said he. "At the same time you must admit that the occasion of alady's marriage is a very suitable time for her friends andrelatives to make some little effort upon her behalf. They mayhesitate as to an acceptable wedding present. Let me assure themthat this little bundle of letters would give more joy than all thecandelabra and butter-dishes in London."
4.  "Possibly."
5.   "Oh, you are, are you? And who instructed you, eh?"
6.  "And the papers were on your table?"


1.  "My wife had gone to the theatre. I waited up for her. It washalf-past eleven before we went to our room."
2.  "Well, my boy, what do you make of this lot?" he asked, smiling atmy expression.
3.  "I have found out everything!"
4、  "Did he give you no address?"
5、  "Strong language, Mr. Bates."




  • 高金素梅 08-09

      Holmes noted it down and sat, still smiling, with the openmemorandum-book upon his knee.

  • 丘吉尔 08-09

      "And who is this Captain Calhoun?"

  • 焦吾达 08-09

       The interview left Sherlock Holmes very thoughtful, and severaltimes in the next few days I saw him take his slip of paper from hisnotebook and look long and earnestly at the curious figuresinscribed upon it. He made no allusion to the affair, however, untilone afternoon a fortnight or so later. I was going out when hecalled me back.

  • 潘盛 08-09

      by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

  • 史蒂夫·基立 08-08

    {  I saw nothing of my friend for the next few days, but on thefollowing Monday evening I had a short note asking me to meet him nextday at the train. From what he told me as we travelled up to Camfordall was well, the peace of the professor's house had been unruffled,and his own conduct perfectly normal. This also was the report whichwas given us by Mr. Bennett himself when he called upon us thatevening at our old quarters in the Chequers. "He heard from his Londoncorrespondent to-day. There was a letter and there was a small packet,each with the cross under the stamp which warned me not to touch them.There has been nothing else."

  • 饶商 08-07

      "'Well, that's true enough,' said he. 'You know, Victor,' turning tohis son, 'when we broke up that poaching gang they swore to knifeus, and Sir Edward Holly has actually been attacked. I've alwaysbeen on my guard since then, though I have no idea how you know it.'"'You have a very handsome stick,' I answered. 'By the inscription Iobserved that you had not had it more than a year. But you havetaken some pains to bore the head of it and pour melted lead intothe hole so as to make it a formidable weapon. I argued that you wouldnot take such precautions unless you had some danger to fear.'"'Anything else?' he asked, smiling.}

  • 贾拉克·莱姆·阿迪卡里 08-07

      "There! there!" said Holmes soothingly, patting him upon theshoulder. "It was too bad to spring it on you like this, but Watsonhere will tell you that I never can resist a touch of the dramatic."Phelps seized his hand and kissed it. "God bless you!" he cried."You have saved my honour."

  • 魏葳 08-07

      "'"Just walk on a little way, dear," said Mrs. Barclay, "I want tohave a word with this man. There is nothing to be afraid of." Shetried to speak boldly, but she was still deadly pale and couldhardly get her words out for the trembling of her lips."'I did as she asked me, and they talked together for a few minutes.Then she came down the street with her eyes blazing, and I saw thecrippled wretch standing by the lamp-post and shaking his clenchedfists in the air as if he were mad with rage. She never said a worduntil we were at the door here, when she took me by the hand andbegged me to tell no one what had happened.

  • 米格尔·安赫尔·莫拉蒂诺斯 08-06

       I bathed his face in oil, put cotton wadding on the raw surfaces,and administered a hypodermic of morphia. All suspicion of me hadpassed from his mind in the presence of this shock, and he clung to myhands as if I might have the power even yet to clear those dead-fisheyes which gazed up at me. I could have wept over the ruin had I notremembered very clearly the vile life which had led up to so hideous achange. It was loathsome to feel the pawing of his burning hands,and I was relieved when his family surgeon, closely followed by aspecialist, came to relieve me of my charge. An inspector of policehad also arrived, and to him I handed my real card. It would have beenuseless as well as foolish to do otherwise, for I was nearly as wellknown by sight at the Yard as Holmes himself. Then I left that houseof gloom and terror. Within an hour I was at Baker Street.Holmes was seated in his familiar chair, looking very pale andexhausted. Apart from his injuries, even his iron nerves had beenshocked by the events of the evening, and he listened with horror tomy account of the Baron's transformation.

  • 杨贡江 08-04

    {  "Ah! there lies our problem. There is one rather obvious line ofinvestigation." He took down the great book in which, day by day, hefiled the agony columns of the various London journals. "Dear me!"said he, turning over the pages, "what a chorus of groans, cries,and bleatings! What a rag-bag of singular happenings! But surely themost valuable hunting-ground that ever was given to a student of theunusual! This person is alone and cannot be approached by letterwithout a breach of that absolute secrecy which is desired. How is anynews or any message to reach him from without? Obviously byadvertisement through a news paper. There seems no other way, andfortunately we need concern ourselves with the one paper only. Hereare the Daily Gazette extracts of the last fortnight. 'Lady with ablack boa at Prince's Skating Club'- that we may pass. 'Surely Jimmywill not break his mother's heart'- that appears to be irrelevant. 'Ifthe lady who fainted in the Brixton bus'- she does not interest me.'Every day my heart longs-' Bleat, Watson- unmitigated bleat! Ah, thisis a little more possible. Listen to this: 'Be patient. Will find somesure means of communication. Meanwhile, this column. G.' That is twodays after Mrs. Warren's lodger arrived. It sounds plausible, doesit not? The mysterious one could understand English, even if hecould not print it. Let us see if we can pick up the trace again. Yes,here we are- three days later. 'Am making successful arrangements.Patience and prudence. The clouds will pass. G.' Nothing for a weekafter that. Then comes something much more definite: 'The path isclearing. If I find chance signal message remember code agreed- one A,two B, and so on. You will hear soon. G.' That was in yesterday'spaper, and there is nothing in to-day's. It's all very appropriateto Mrs. Warren's lodger. If we wait a little, Watson, I don't doubtthat the affair will grow more intelligible."

  • 刘洪 08-04

      "Exactly, Sergeant, you could not do otherwise."