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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "You must try round and get on a fresh scent, I fancy," said the sonwith a rather malicious smile.
2.  "And brought Miss Hunter down from London in order to get rid of thedisagreeable persistence of Mr. Fowler."
3.  "I insist upon staying with you."
4.  "Yes, it would have been of no use to anyone had we not doneso. But I presume that this other goose upon the sideboard, whichis about the same weight and perfectly fresh, will answer yourpurpose equally well?"
5.  "It is straight enough. I should like to know who sold youthe geese which you supplied to the Alpha."
6.  "'Some little time ago I bought a small place-a very smallplace-within ten miles of Reading. I was fortunate enough todiscover that there was a deposit of fuller's-earth in one of myfields. On examining it, however, I found that this deposit was acomparatively small one, and that it formed a link between two verymuch larger ones upon the right and left-both of them, however, in thegrounds of my neighbours. These good people were absolutely ignorantthat their land contained that which was quite as valuable as agold-mine. Naturally, it was to my interest to buy their land beforethey discovered its true value, but unfortunately I had no capitalby which I could do this. I took a few of my friends into thesecret, however, and they suggested that we should quietly andsecretly work our own little deposit, and that in this way we shouldearn the money which would enable us to buy the neighbouring fields.This we have now been doing for some time, and in order to help usin our operations we erected a hydraulic press. This press, as Ihave already explained, has got out of order, and we wish youradvice upon the subject. We guard our secret very jealously,however, and if it once became known that we had hydraulic engineerscoming to our little house, it would soon rouse inquiry, and then,if the facts came out, it would be good-bye to any chance of gettingthese fields and carrying out our plans. That is why I have made youpromise me that you will not tell a human being that you are goingto Eyford to-night. I hope that I make it all plain?'


1.  "I have carried this because I thought it might be useful," said he."The policeman has recognized it."
2.  "Yesterday morning I was seated in my office at the bank when a cardwas brought in to me by one of the clerks. I started when I saw thename, for it was that of none other than-well, perhaps even to you Ihad better say no more than that it was a name which is a householdword all over the earth-one of the highest, noblest, most exaltednames in England. I was overwhelmed by the honour and attempted,when he entered, to say so, but he plunged at once into businesswith the air of a man who wishes to hurry quickly through adisagreeable task.
3.  Referring to your letter of the 19th, I beg to state that I havelooked into the inquiry of your client, Mr. Robert Ferguson, ofFerguson and Muirhead, tea brokers, of Mincing Lane, and that thematter has been brought to a satisfactory conclusion. With thanksfor your recommendation, I am, sir,
4.  "That is certainly a possible point of view. On the face of it youmust admit, however, that it is very strange that his two servantsshould have been in a conspiracy against him and should haveattacked him on the one night when he had a guest. They had himalone at their mercy every other night in the week."
5.  "That is understood. In the first place, you have no doubt heardof General de Merville?"
6.  "'It is to keep people out who have no business there. Do yousee?' He was still smiling in the most amiable manner.


1.  "Yes, you can, Watson. And you will, for you have never failed toplay the game. I am sure you will play it to the end. This man hascome for his own purpose, but he may stay for mine." Holmes took outhis notebook and scribbled a few lines. "Take a cab to Scotland Yardand give this to Youghal of the C.I.D. Come back with the police.The fellow's arrest will follow."
2.  "It seems to me that I have done you full justice in the matter,"I remarked with some coldness, for I was repelled by the egotism whichI had more than once observed to be a strong factor in my friend'ssingular character.
3.  "And Joseph! Joseph a villain and a thief!"
4.  "Then we come into difficulties. One would imagine that under suchcircumstances the first act of young Cadogan West would be to seizethe villain and raise the alarm. Why did he not do so? Could it havebeen an official superior who took the papers? That would explainWest's conduct. Or could the chief have given West the slip in thefog, and West started at once to London to head him off from his ownrooms, presuming that he knew where the rooms were? The call must havebeen very pressing, since he left his girl standing in the fog andmade no effort to communicate with her. Our scent runs cold here,and there is a vast gap between either hypothesis and the laying ofWest's body, with seven papers in his pocket, on the roof of aMetropolitan train. My instinct now is to work from the other end.If Mycroft has given us the list of addresses we may be able to pickour man and follow two tracks instead of one."
5.   "All would now have been well for them had it not been for myknowledge of what they had done. I have no doubt that there were timeswhen my life hung in the balance. I was confined to my room,terrorized by the most horrible threats, cruelly ill-used to breakmy spirit- see this stab on my shoulder and the bruises from end toend of my arms- and a gag was thrust into my mouth on the one occasionwhen I tried to call from the window. For five days this cruelimprisonment continued, with hardly enough food to hold body andsoul together. This afternoon a good lunch was brought me, but themoment after I took it I knew that I had been drugged. In a sort ofdream I remember being half-led, half-carried to the carriage, inthe same state I was conveyed to the train. Only then, when the wheelswere almost moving, did I suddenly realize that my liberty lay in myown hands. I sprang out, they tried to drag me back, and had it notbeen for the help of this good man, who led me to the cab, I shouldnever have broken away. Now, thank God, I am beyond their powerforever."
6.  "Excellent, Watson! You scintillate to-day. Suggest Christie orSotheby. Your delicacy prevents your putting a price for yourself.""But if he won't see me?"


1.  A minute later, the grim doctor and ourselves were in thesitting-room below.
2.  "Well, well," said he, at last. "It is, of course, possible that acunning man might change the tyres of his bicycle in order to leaveunfamiliar tracks. A criminal who was capable of such a thought is aman whom I should be proud to do business with. We will leave thisquestion undecided and hark back to our morass again, for we have lefta good deal unexplored."
3.  "I could not climb it myself," said Mr. Bennett.
4、  "Good heavens!" cried Holmes. "I had totally forgotten him. Mydear Watson, I owe you a thousand apologies. To think that I shouldhave overlooked you! I need not introduce you to Mr. CulvertonSmith, since I understand that you met somewhat earlier in theevening. Have you the cab below? I will follow you when I amdressed, for I may be of some use at the station.
5、  1904




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      "That is no answer. If a man has a hobby he follows it up,whatever his other pursuits may be. You said in your note that youwere a connoisseur."

  • 文锦石 08-12

      Dear Mr. Sherlock Holmes:

  • 姜宗亮 08-12

       "That is a hard saying, Mr. Holmes."

  • 熊本市 08-12

      "Hardly enough, Mr. Holmes!" the old man cried in a high screamingvoice, with extraordinary malignancy upon his face. He got betweenus and the door as he spoke, and he shook his two hands at us withfurious passion. "You can hardly get out of it so easily as that." Hisface was convulsed, and he grinned and gibbered at us in his senselessrage. I am convinced that we should have had to fight our way out ofthe room if Mr. Bennett had not intervened.

  • 赵启正 08-11

    {  "This, I fancy, is the time for our exit, Watson," said Holmes ina whisper. "If you will take one elbow of the too faithful Dolores,I will take the other. There, now," he added as he closed the doorbehind him, "I think we may leave them to settle the rest amongthemselves."

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  • 王金林 08-10

      "There's only one," answered the inspector. "We thought that if wecould only find-Good heavens, Mr. Holmes! what is the matter?"My poor friend's face had suddenly assumed the most dreadfulexpression. His eyes rolled upward, his features writhed in agony, andwith a suppressed groan he dropped on his face upon the ground.Horrified at the suddenness and severity of the attack, we carried himinto the kitchen, where he lay back in a large chair and breathedheavily for some minutes. Finally, with a shamefaced apology for hisweakness, he rose once more.

  • 何明华 08-10

      "Yes, we had best do so."

  • 罗宾逊 08-09

       "A diamond, sir? A precious stone. It cuts into glass asthough it were putty."

  • 徐静 08-07

    {  "How could he be placed there?"

  • 范正伟 08-07

      "To an end?"