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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  I was, of course, familiar with the pictures of the famousstatesman, but the man himself was very different from hisrepresentation. He was a tall and stately person, scrupulouslydressed, with a drawn, thin face, and a nose which was grotesquelycurved and long. His complexion was of a dead pallor, which was morestartling by contrast with a long, dwindling beard of vivid red, whichflowed down over his white waistcoat with his watch-chain gleamingthrough its fringe. Such was the stately presence who looked stonilyat us from the centre of Dr. Huxtable's hearthrug. Beside him stooda very young man, whom I understood to be Wilder, the privatesecretary. He was small, nervous, alert with intelligent light-blueeyes and mobile features. It was he who at once, in an incisive andpositive tone, opened the conversation.
2.  "'Ah, Jack,' she said, 'I have just been in to see if I can be ofany assistance to our new neighbours. Why do you look at me like that,Jack? You are not angry with me?'
3.  "His methods are irregular, no doubt, like my own. The irregularsare useful sometimes, you know. You, for example, with your compulsorywarning about whatever he said being used against him, could neverhave bluffed this rascal into what is virtually a confession.""Perhaps not. But we get there all the same, Mr. Holmes. Don'timagine that we had not formed our own views of this case, and that wewould not have laid our hands on our man. You will excuse us forfeeling sore when you jump in with methods which we cannot use, and sorob us of the credit."
4.  "Delay no longer, Mrs. Maberley," he said at last. "Have thesethings taken upstairs to your bedroom. Examine them as soon aspossible and see what they contain. I will come to-morrow and hearyour report."
5.  We found The Three Gables a very different establishment to theorderly household of the previous day. A small group of idlers hadassembled at the garden gate, while a couple of constables wereexamining the windows and the geranium beds. Within we met a grayold gentleman, who introduced himself as the lawyer, together with abustling, rubicund inspector, who greeted Holmes as an old friend."Well, Mr. Holmes, no chance for you in this case, I'm afraid.Just a common, ordinary burglary, and well within the capacity ofthe poor old police. No experts need apply."
6.  "And yet I gather that they were not friends."


1.  "Let us look at it. Halloa, halloa! What is this?"
2.  "It is possible that he will go to some other pawnbroker in thefuture. In that case, we must begin again. On the other hand, he hashad a fair price and no questions asked, so if he is in need ofready-money he will probably come back to Bovington's. I will give youa note to them, and they will let you wait in the shop. If thefellow comes you will follow him home. But no indiscretion, and, aboveall, no violence. I put you on your honour that you will take nostep without my knowledge and consent."
3.  "Good heavens! have you nothing to add?" cried Soames.
4.  -THE END-
5.  "If he said so, I certainly cannot deny it."
6.  "Yes, that is all." His eyes shifted as he said it.


1.  "You suspect someone?"
2.  "Yes," Holmes answered, "you need not pain yourself by entering intothat part of the story. After seeing you, I am prepared to acceptMr. Gibson's statement both as to the influence which you had over himand as to the innocence of your relations with him. But why was thewhole situation not brought out in court?"
3.  Sterndale mopped his forehead with his handkerchief. "Upon myword, you are getting on," said he. "Do all your successes depend uponthis prodigious power of bluff?"
4.  Not another word did he say of the case until late that night,when he was turning away, with his lighted candle, for his bedroom."Watson," said he, "if it should ever strike you that I am getting alittle overconfident in my powers, or giving less pains to a case thanit deserves, kindly whisper 'Norbury' in my ear, and I shall beinfinitely obliged to you."?
5.   "Holmes, the busybody?"
6.  "It is unfortunately more than possible, it is certain. Neitheryou nor your son knew the true character of this man when you admittedhim into your family circle. He is one of the most dangerous men inEngland-a ruined gambler, an absolutely desperate villain, a manwithout heart or conscience. Your niece knew nothing of such men. Whenhe breathed his vows to her, as he had done to a hundred before her,she flattered herself that she alone had touched his heart. Thedevil knows best what he said, but at least she became his tool andwas in the habit of seeing him nearly every evening."


1.  "I am so glad that you have come," said he, shaking our hands witheffusion. "Percy has been inquiring for you all morning. Ah, poorold chap, he clings to any straw! His father and his mother asked meto see you, for the mere mention of the subject is very painful tothem."
2.  "One day--it was in March, 1883--a letter with a foreign stamplay upon the table in front of the colonel's plate. It was not acommon thing for him to receive letters, for his bills were allpaid in ready money, and he had no friends of any sort. `FromIndia!' said he as he took it up, `Pondicherry postmark! What canthis be?' Opening it hurriedly, out there jumped five little driedorange pips, which pattered down upon his plate. I began to laughat this, but the laugh was struck from my lips at the sight of hisface. His lip had fallen, his eyes were protruding, his skin thecolour of putty, and he glared at the envelope which he still heldin his trembling hand, `K. K. K.!' he shrieked, and then, `My God,my God, my sins have overtaken me!'
3.  "'For an instant before the end.'
4、  "You traced him through the telegram, no doubt," said Holmes.Exactly, Mr. Holmes. We picked up the scent at Charing CrossPost-Office and came on here."
5、  "Exactly. There was evidently some mark, some thumbprint,something which might give a clue to the person's identity. Now,Mrs. Warren, you say that the man was of middle size, dark, andbearded. What age would he be?"




  • 陈诚 08-08

      "He remained on guard in the bedroom where the crime wascommitted, so as to see that nothing was touched."

  • 郑艳良 08-08

      The founder of that great emporium proved to be a brisk, crisplittle person, very dapper and quick, with a clear head and a readytongue.

  • 蒋敏 08-08

       "I saw an ill-dressed vagabond in the lane yesterday evening,"said Mr. Holder.

  • 朱华荣 08-08

      "Thank you!"

  • 白阳 08-07

    {  "What wages?"

  • 郑强苏 08-06

      "Let us see whether by this purely mental analysis we can get itto a finer point. You have been in this house a year."}

  • 石修 08-06


  • 迈克尔-舒马赫 08-06

      "Lord Backwater tells me that I may place implicit reliance uponyour judgment and discretion. I have determined, therefore, to canupon you and to consult you in reference to the very painful eventwhich has occurred in connection with my wedding. Mr. Lestrade, ofScotland Yard, is acting already in the matter, but he assures me thathe sees no objection to your cooperation, and that he even thinks thatit might be of some assistance. I will call at four o'clock in theafternoon, and, should you have any other engagement at that time, Ihope that you will postpone it, as this matter is of paramountimportance."

  • 马俊飞 08-05

       "So I should say. It will be our fault if we are not there toreceive him. Meanwhile, let me see the inside of the cabin."The traces of the tragedy had been removed, but the furniture withinthe little room still stood as it had been on the night of thecrime. For two hours, with most intense concentration, Holmes examinedevery object in turn, but his face showed that his quest was not asuccessful one. Once only he paused in his patient investigation."Have you taken anything off this shelf, Hopkins?"

  • 叶萌聂 08-03

    {  "They were on his tray this morning. I brought them because I hadheard that you can read great things out of small ones."Holmes shrugged his shoulders.

  • 罗圣良 08-03

      "Excellent, Watson! You are scintillating this evening. The idea didcross my mind. There is, as you may have observed, a bicycle shop nextto our inn. Into this I rushed, engaged a bicycle, and was able to getstarted before the carriage was quite out of sight. I rapidly overtookit, and then, keeping at a discreet distance of a hundred yards or so,I followed its lights until we were clear of the town. We had got wellout on the country road, when a somewhat mortifying incident occurred.The carriage stopped, the doctor alighted, walked swiftly back towhere I had also halted, and told me in an excellent sardonicfashion that he feared the road was narrow, and that he hoped hiscarriage did not impede the passage of my bicycle. Nothing couldhave been more admirable than his way of putting it. I at once rodepast the carriage, and, keeping to the main road, I went on for afew miles, and then halted in a convenient place to see if thecarriage passed. There was no sign of it, however, and so it becameevident that it had turned down one of several side roads which Ihad observed. I rode back, but again saw nothing of the carriage,and now, as you perceive, it has returned after me. Of course, I hadat the outset no particular reason to connect these journeys withthe disappearance of Godfrey Staunton, and was only inclined toinvestigate them on the general grounds that everything which concernsDr. Armstrong is at present of interest to us, but, now that I find hekeeps so keen a look-out upon anyone who may follow him on theseexcursions, the affair appears more important, and I shall not besatisfied until I have made the matter clear."