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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Quite so. We know pretty well who the men are and where to findthat gang of Barney Stockdale, with the big nigger in it- they've beenseen about here."
2.  "'Well, I took to my heels, and I ran after the cab. I had a heavyoak stick in my hand, and I tell you I saw red from the first, butas I ran I got cunning, too, and hung back a little to see themwithout being seen. They pulled up soon at the railway station.There was a good crowd round the booking-office, so I got quiteclose to them without being seen. They took tickets for NewBrighton. So did I, but I got in three carriages behind them. Whenwe reached it they walked along the Parade, and I was never morethan a hundred yards from them. At last I saw them hire a boat andstart for a row, for it was a very hot day, and they thought, nodoubt, that it would be cooler on the water.
3.  "Impossible, I say."
4.  "What have you done with her? Why have you pursued her? I insistupon an answer!" said I.
5.  "No, his friend. He wished us to leave him alone. He is round in thestable lane now."
6.  "Yes, but with my back towards it."


1.  "Yes, sir, you! You are all here- every action of your vile anddangerous life."
2.  "You get a trifle beyond me there," said the inspector, shrugginghis shoulders. "It will not be an easy door to force, but we willtry if we cannot make someone hear us."
3.  "What name?" he asked.
4.  "Did you hear from Mr. Staunton in London?"
6.  "Well, well," said Holmes, "well talk about it when we've hadsomething to eat."


1.  "I fear there is no alternative, Watson. The room does not lenditself to concealment, which is as well, as it is the less likely toarouse suspicion. But just there, Watson, I fancy that it could bedone." Suddenly he sat up with a rigid intentness upon his haggardface. "There are the wheels, Watson. Quick, man, if you love me! Anddon't budge, whatever happens- whatever happens, do you hear? Don'tspeak! Don't move! Just listen with all your ears." Then in an instanthis sudden access of strength departed, and his masterful,purposeful talk droned away into the low, vague murmurings of asemi-delirious man.
2.  "To Mr. Cunningham's?"
3.  "Ah!" said Holmes, "but it kills the appetite."
4.  "Was there anything in your letter which might have unbalanced himor induced him to take such a step?"
5.   "Quite."
6.  "Dear me! Are you the mother of Douglas Maberley? I knew himslightly. But of course all London knew him. What a magnificentcreature he was! Where is he now?"


1.  "Had he ever showed any signs of having taken opium?"
2.  "Now, Mr. Sherlock Holmes," said the lady as we entered a well litdining-room, upon the table of which a cold supper had been laidout, "I should very much like to ask you one or two plain questions,to which I beg that you will give a plain answer."
3.  "ELMAN.
4、  "As he spoke we came round the curve of the avenue and saw in thefading light that every blind in the house had been drawn down. Aswe dashed up to the door, my friend's face convulsed with grief, agentleman in black emerged from it.
5、  "The grass was growing under it. It had only lain there a fewdays. There was no sign of a place whence it had been taken. Itcorresponds with the injuries. There is no sign of any other weapon.""And the murderer?"




  • 萧红 08-03

      I could see from Holmes's rigid face that he was vibrating withinward excitement.

  • 温彻斯特 08-03

      "I am an omnivorous reader with a strangely retentive memory fortrifles. That phrase 'the Lion's Mane' haunted my mind. I knew thatI had seen it somewhere in an unexpected context. You have seen thatit does describe the creature. I have no doubt that it was floating onthe water when McPherson saw it, and that this phrase was the only oneby which he could convey to us a warning as to the creature whichhad been his death."

  • 孔明忠 08-03

       "'This,' said he, taking a gray roll of paper from his bureau, 'isthe original of that secret treaty between England and Italy of which,I regret to say, some rumours have already got into the publicpress. It is of enormous importance that nothing further should leakout. The French or the Russian embassy would pay an immense sum tolearn the contents of these papers. They should not leave my bureauwere it not that it is absolutely necessary to have them copied. Youhave a desk in your office?'

  • 贾锡鑫 08-03

      "What you say is perfectly logical, Mr. Holmes. I feel that thematter is indeed out of our hands."

  • 黄雄称 08-02

    {  In the third week of November, in the year 1895, a dense yellow fogsettled down upon London. From the Monday to the Thursday I doubtwhether it was ever possible from our windows in Baker Street to seethe loom of the opposite houses. The first day Holmes had spent incross-indexing his huge book of references. The second and third hadbeen patiently occupied upon a subject which he had recently madehis hobby- the music of the Middle Ages. But when, for the fourthtime, after pushing back our chairs from breakfast we saw thegreasy, heavy brown swirl still drifting past us and condensing inoily drops upon the window-panes, my comrade's impatient and activenature could endure this drab existence no longer. He paced restlesslyabout our sitting-room in a fever of suppressed energy, biting hisnails, tapping the furniture, and chafing against inaction."Nothing of interest in the paper, Watson?" he said.

  • 贾富 08-01

      "You can be perfectly easy in your mind. We shall certainly findsome way out of your difficulties. I will take the black clay with me,also the pencil cuttings. Good-bye."}

  • 费内巴切 08-01

      "It must stop here, however," said Bradstreet. "If the police are tohush this thing up, there must be no more of Hugh Boone.""I have sworn it by the most solemn oaths which a man can take.""In that case I think that it is probable that no further stepsmay be taken. But if you are found again, then all must come out. I amsure, Mr. Holmes, that we are very much indebted to you for havingcleared the matter up. I wish I knew how you reach your results.""I reached this one," said my friend, "by sitting upon fivepillows and consuming an ounce of shag. I think, Watson, that if wedrive to Baker Street we shall just be in time for breakfast."-THE END-

  • 格雷格·哈维 08-01

      It was early in April in the year '83 that I woke one morning tofind Sherlock Holmes standing, fully dressed, by the side of my bed.He was a late riser, as a rule, and as the clock on the mantelpieceshowed me that it was only a quarter-past seven, I blinked up at himin some surprise, and perhaps just a little resentment, for I wasmyself regular in my habits.

  • 刘博夫 07-31

       A week passed. The inquest had thrown no light upon the matter andhad been adourned for further evidence. Stackhurst had made discreetinquiry about his subordinate, and there had been a superficial searchof his room, but without result. Personally, I had gone over the wholeground again, both physically and mentally, but with no newconclusions. In all my chronicles the reader will find no case whichbrought me so completely to the limit of my powers. Even myimagination could conceive no solution to the mystery. And thenthere came the incident of the dog.

  • 劳伦斯 07-29

    {  "'Where was the shadow?'

  • 何裕华 07-29