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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "No, sir, it is a Chubb's key."
2.  "'You have done a good deal of digging by your callosities.'"'Made all my money at the gold fields.'
3.  "You will tell me if you have any news to-morrow. No doubt youwill go to the prison to see James. Oh, if you do, Mr. Holmes, do tellhim that I know him to be innocent."
4.  "Not so, Watson. It had struck me even at my first perfunctoryreading as very strange, and now that I am in closer touch with thecase it is my only firm ground for hope. We must look for consistency.Where there is a want of it we must suspect deception.""I hardly follow you."
6.  "I have spent the whole day," said he, "over Lloyd's registersand files of the old papers, following the future career of everyvessel which touched at Pondicherry in January and February in'83. There were thirty-six ships of fair tonnage which werereported there during those months. Of these, one, the Lone Star,instantly attracted my attention, since, although it was reportedas having cleared from London, the name is that which is given toone of the states of the Union."


1.  "But the girl, Holmes?"
2.  "We have had no details yet," observed Holmes. "I perceive thatyou are not yourself a member of the family."
3.  "Did you post that letter yourself?"
4.  "It appears that his arrest did not take place at once, but afterthe return to Hatherley Farm. On the inspector of constabularyinforming him that he was a prisoner, he remarked that he was notsurprised to hear it, and that it was no more than his deserts. Hisobservation of his had the natural effect of removing any traces ofdoubt which might have remained in the minds of the coroner's jury.""It was a confession," I ejaculated.
5.  "What would you do then?"
6.  "I have your letter here. You said, 'I desire to possess a copy ofDevine's Napoleon, and am prepared to pay you ten pounds for the onewhich is in your possession.' Is that right?"


1.  "Yes."
2.  "Would he not have hidden a couple, had he desired to give theidea that they had gone off upon them?"
3.  "Oh, no, sir. He was a little gentleman, with glasses, thin in theface, but very pleasant in his ways, for he was laughing all thetime that he was talking."
4.  "Contagious by touch, Watson- that's it, by touch. Keep yourdistance and all is well."
5.   "The butcher's?"
6.  But there was no great difficulty in the first stage of myadventure. Upper Swandam Lane is a vile alley lurking behind thehigh wharves which line the north side of the river to the east ofLondon Bridge. Between a slop-shop and a gin-shop, approached by asteep flight of steps leading down to a black gap like the mouth ofa cave, I found the den of which I was in search. Ordering my cab towait, I passed down the steps, worn hollow in the centre by theceaseless tread of drunken feet and by the light of a flickeringoillamp above the door I found the latch and made my way into along, low room, thick and heavy with the brown opium smoke, andterraced with wooden berths, like the forecastle of an emigrant ship.Through the gloom one could dimly catch a glimpse of bodies lying instrange fantastic poses, bowed shoulders, bent knees, heads thrownback, and chins pointing upward, with here and there a dark,lack-lustre eye turned upon the newcomer. Out of the black shadowsthere glimmered little red circles of light, now bright, now faint, asthe burning poison waxed or waned in the bowls of the metal pipes. Themost lay silent, but some muttered to themselves, and others talkedtogether in a strange, low, monotonous voice, their conversationcoming in gushes, and then suddenly tailing off into silence, eachmumbling out his own thoughts and paying little heed to the words ofhis neighbour. At the farther end was a small brazier of burningcharcoal, beside which on a three-legged wooden stool there sat atall, thin old man, with his jaw resting upon his two fists, and hiselbows upon his knees, staring into the fire.


1.  "Why," said I, glancing up at my companion, "that was surelythe bell. Who could come to-night? Some friend of yours,perhaps?"
2.  "Yes."
3.  "Well, well!" said Holmes, shrugging his shoulders. "Come, Watson!And you, Lestrade, could you favour us with your company for an houror two? We will begin our investigation by a visit to Aldgate Station.Good-bye, Mycroft. I shall let you have a report before evening, but Iwarn you in advance that you have little to expect."
4、  "Nothing."
5、  "Now, if you will have the great goodness to open that door veryquietly, we will soon make him cut a much more respectable figure""Well, I don't know why not," said the inspector. "He doesn't look acredit to the Bow Street cells, does he?" He slipped his key intothe lock, and we all very quietly entered the cell. The sleeper halfturned, and then settled down once more into a deep slumber. Holmesstooped to the water-jug, moistened his sponge, and then rubbed ittwice vigorously across and down the prisoner's face.




  • 汪兴华 08-10

      "Why do you say that, Mr. Holmes?" I seemed to read sudden suspicionin those expressive eyes.

  • 宗光启 08-10

      "Just as you wish, Mr. Holmes, so long as we get our man.""I have no desire to make mysteries, but it is impossible at themoment of action to enter into long and complex explanations. I havethe threads of this affair all in my hand. Even if this lady shouldnever recover consciousness, we can still reconstruct the events oflast night and insure that justice be done. First of all, I wish toknow whether there is any inn in this neighbourhood known as`Elrige's'?"

  • 沈觉钰 08-10

       "I don't know, sir, it didn't matter to me where I sat."'I really don't think he knew much about it, Mr. Holmes. He waslooking very bad- quite ghastly."

  • 张辽亭 08-10

      Again we saw the dim silhouette of a crouching man and the whiskof the small flame across the window as the signals were renewed. Theycame more rapidly than before- so rapid that it was hard to followthem.

  • 邱大宗 08-09

    {  "I'll tell you what," said he, "I should like to have a quiet littleglance into the details of this case. There is something in it whichfascinates me extremely. If you will permit me, Colonel, I willleave my friend Watson and you, and I will step round with theinspector to test the truth of one or two little fancies of mine. Iwill be with you again in half an hour."

  • 李相花 08-08

      "Because I tidied out the wardrobe."}

  • 郭美 08-08


  • 李井泉 08-08

      The machine broke down.

  • 顾雅 08-07

       "Why should you think so?"

  • 汪旻 08-05

    {  "Of course the calculation now was a simple one. If a rod of sixfeet threw a shadow of nine, a tree of sixty-four feet would throw oneof ninety-six, and the line of the one would of course be the lineof the other. I measured out the distance, which brought me almostto the wall of the house, and I thrust a peg into the spot. You canimagine my exultation, Watson, when within two inches of my peg Isaw a conical depression in the ground. I knew that it was the markmade by Brunton in his measurements, and that I was still upon histrail.

  • 莫里纳瑞 08-05

      "Yes, sir, it is true that he threw the decanter at me. I heardhim call my mistress a name, and I told him that he would not dareto speak so if her brother had been there. Then it was that he threwit at me. He might have thrown a dozen if he had but left my bonnybird alone. He was forever ill-treating her, and she too proud tocomplain. She will not even tell me all that he has done to her. Shenever told me of those marks on her arm that you saw this morning, butI know very well that they come from a stab with a hatpin. The slydevil- God forgive me that I should speak of him so, now that he isdead! But a devil he was, if ever one walked the earth. He was allhoney when first we met him- only eighteen months ago, and we bothfeel as if it were eighteen years. She had only just arrived inLondon. Yes, it was her first voyage- she had never been from homebefore. He won her with his title and his money and his false Londonways. If she made a mistake she has paid for it, if ever a womandid. What month did we meet him? Well, I tell you it was just after wearrived. We arrived in June, and it was July. They were married inJanuary of last year. Yes, she is down in the morning-room again,and I have no doubt she will see you, but you must not ask too much ofher, for she has gone through all that flesh and blood will stand."Lady Brackenstall was reclining on the same couch, but lookedbrighter than before. The maid had entered with us, and began oncemore to foment the bruise upon her mistress's brow.