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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  But Mr. Baynes had kept his most sinister exhibit to the last. Fromunder the sink he drew a zinc pail which contained a quantity ofblood. Then from the table he took a platter heaped with smallpieces of charred bone.
2.  "What was her explanation?"
3.  My house is lonely. I, my old housekeeper, and my bees have theestate all to ourselves. Half a mile off, however, is HaroldStackhurst's well-known coaching establishment, The Gables, quite alarge place, which contains some score of young fellows preparingfor various professions, with a staff of several masters. Stackhursthimself was a well-known rowing Blue in his day, and an excellentall-round scholar. He and I were always friendly from the day I cameto the coast, and he was the one man who was on such terms with methat we could drop in on each other in the evenings without aninvitation.
4.  "No, I expect not," said Holmes. "I think I can promise you that youwill feel even less humorous as the evening advances. Now, lookhere, Count Sylvius. I'm a busy man and I can't waste time. I'mgoing into that bedroom. Pray make yourselves quite at home in myabsence. You can explain to your friend how the matter lies withoutthe restraint of my presence. I shall try over the Hoffman 'Barcarole'upon my violin. In five minutes I shall return for your finalanswer. You quite grasp the alternative, do you not? Shall we takeyou, or shall we have the stone?"
5.  There were the sounds of running feet behind, but it was, to myrelief, not the formidable professor but his assistant who appearedround the curve of the drive. He came panting up to us."I am so sorry, Mr. Holmes. I wished to apologize."
6.  Lestrade laughed. "I am afraid that I am still a sceptic," hesaid. "Theories are all very well, but we have to deal with ahard-headed British jury."


1.  "Why should he be missing?" asked the European Secretary. "Hewould take the letter to an Embassy in London, as likely as not.""I fancy not. These agents work independently, and their relationswith the Embassies are often strained."
2.  "'Almost immediately after you left.'
3.  Someone was walking in the chapel above. It was the firm, rapid stepof one who came with a definite purpose and knew, well the ground uponwhich he walked. A light streamed down the stairs, and an instantlater the man who bore it was framed in the Gothic archway. He was aterrible figure, huge in stature and fierce in manner. A largestable-lantern which he field in front of him shone upward upon astrong, heavily moustached face and angry eyes, which glared round himinto every recess of the vault, finally fixing themselves with adeadly stare upon my companion and myself.
4.  "Such a remark is unworthy of you, Holmes. It shows me veryclearly the state of your own nerves. But if you have no confidence inme I would not intrude my services. Let me bring Sir Jasper Meek orPenrose Fisher, or any of the best men in London. But someone you musthave, and that is final. If you think that I am going to stand hereand see you die without either helping you myself or bringing anyoneelse to help you, then you have mistaken your man."
5.  "'You are not doing her any service. What is your name?'"'Let me hear her say so. Kratides.'
6.  Holmes shook his head sadly.


1.  "I care nothing so long as you clear my wife. Everything on earth isinsignificant compared to that."
2.  The Coroner: What do you mean?
3.  "No? Now, be reasonable, Count. Consider the situation. You aregoing to be locked up for twenty years. So is Sam Merton. What goodare you going to get out of your diamond? None in the world. But ifyou hand it over- well, I'll compound a felony. We don't want you orSam. We want the stone. Give that up, and so far as I am concerned youcan go free so long as you behave yourself in the future. If youmake another slip- well, it will be the last. But this time mycommission is to get the stone, not you."
4.  A spaniel had lain in a basket in the corner. It came slowly forwardtowards its master, walking with difficulty. Its hind legs movedirregularly and its tail was on the ground. It licked Ferguson's hand."What is it, Mr. Holmes?"
5.   "This way! This way! They are in the bowling-alley," cried thestranger, darting through the bushes. "Ah, the cowardly dogs! Followme, gentlemen! Too late! too late! by the living Jingo!"We had broken suddenly into a lovely glade of greenswardsurrounded by ancient trees. On the farther side of it, under theshadow of a mighty oak, there stood a singular group of threepeople. One was a woman, our client, drooping and faint, ahandkerchief round her mouth. Opposite her stood a brutal,heavy-faced, redmoustached young man, his gaitered legs parted wide,one arm akimbo, the other waving a riding crop, his whole attitudesuggestive of triumphant bravado. Between them an elderly,gray-bearded man, wearing a short surplice over a light tweed suit,had evidently just completed the wedding service, for he pocketedhis prayer-book as we appeared, and slapped the sinister bridegroomupon the back in jovial congratulation.
6.  "Watson would tell you that I have only just recovered from a severeillness," he explained. "I am liable to these sudden nervous attacks.""Shall I send you home in my trap?" asked old Cunningham."Well, since I am here, there is one point on which I should like tofeel sure. We can very easily verify it."


1.  "Is that certain?"
2.  The nobleman's reply was interrupted by his secretary, who brokein with some heat.
3.  The station-master had not finished his speech before we were allhastening in the direction of the fire. The road topped a low hill,and there was a great widespread whitewashed building in front ofus, spouting fire at every chink and window, while in the garden infront three fire-engines were vainly striving to keep the flamesunder.
4、  "Oh, Anstruther would do your work for you. You have been lookinga little pale lately. I think that the change would do you good, andyou are always so interested in Mr. Sherlock Holmes's cases.""I should be ungrateful if I were not, seeing what I gainedthrough one of them," I answered. "But if I am to go, I must pack atonce, for I have only half an hour."
5、  Our visitor's face had turned ashen gray as he listened to the wordsof his accuser. Now he sat for some time in thought with his face sunkin his hands. Then with a sudden impulsive gesture he plucked aphotograph from his breast-pocket and threw it on the rustic tablebefore us.




  • 毛罗-塔索蒂 08-13

      "'This is my secretary and manager,' said the colonel. 'By theway, I was under the impression that I left this door shut just now. Ifear that you have felt the draught.'

  • 储纪风 08-13

      But I saw nothing. At the moment when Holmes struck the light Iheard a low, clear whistle, but the sudden glare flashing into myweary eyes made it impossible for me to tell what it was at which myfriend lashed so savagely. I could, however, see that his face wasdeadly pale and filled with horror and loathing.

  • 杰夫·布里森 08-13

       "I followed you."

  • 赵云霞 08-13

      Holmes sat down and listened.

  • 夏洛克·福尔摩斯 08-12

    {  A quarter of an hour passed, and then a second cyclist appeared.This time it was the young lady coming from the station. I saw herlook about her as she came to the Charlington hedge. An instantlater the man emerged from his hiding-place, sprang upon his cycle,and followed her. In all the broad landscape those were the onlymoving figures, the graceful girl sitting very straight upon hermachine, and the man behind her bending low over his handle-bar with acuriously furtive suggestion in every movement. She looked back at himand slowed her pace. He slowed also. She stopped. He at oncestopped, too, keeping two hundred yards behind her. Her nextmovement was as unexpected as it was spirited. She suddenly whiskedher wheels round and dashed straight at him. He was as quick as she,however, and darted off in desperate flight. Presently she came backup the road again, her head haughtily in the air, not deigning to takeany further notice of her silent attendant. He had turned also, andstill kept his distance until the curve of the road hid them from mysight.

  • 完德吉 08-11

      The hound was secured, and together we carried the professor up tohis room, where Bennett, who had a medical degree, helped me todress his torn throat. The sharp teeth had passed dangerously near thecarotid artery, and the haemorrhage was serious. In half an hour thedanger was past, I had given the patient an injection of morphia,and he had sunk into deep sleep. Then, and only then, were we ableto look at each other and to take stock of the situation."I think a first-class surgeon should see him," said I."For God's sake, no!" cried Bennett. "At present the scandal isconfined to our own household. It is safe with us. If it gets beyondthese walls it will never stop. Consider his position at theuniversity, his European reputation, the feelings of his daughter.""Quite so," said Holmes. "I think it may be quite possible to keepthe matter to ourselves, and also to prevent its recurrence now thatwe have a free hand. The key from the watch-chain, Mr. Bennett.Macphail will guard the patient and let us know if there is anychange. Let us see what we can find in the professor's mysteriousbox."}

  • 吴某明 08-11

      "By Jove!" he cried. "You don't mean that Baynes has got him?""Apparently," said I as I read the following report:

  • 莫竞西 08-11

      "I have no sympathy with these childish games. The young man'sfate interests me deeply, since I know him and like him. Thefootball match does not come within my horizon at all.""I claim your sympathy, then, in my investigation of Mr.Staunton's fate. Do you know where he is?"

  • 苏晓 08-10

       "Well, from that time Sarah hated me with her whole heart andsoul, and she is a woman who can hate, too. I was a fool to let her goon biding with us- a besotted fool- but I never said a word to Mary,for I knew it would grieve her. Things went on much as before, butafter a time I began to find that there was a bit of a change inMary herself. She had always been so trusting and so innocent, but nowshe became queer and suspicious, wanting to know where I had beenand what I had been doing, and whom my letters were from, and what Ihad in my pockets, and a thousand such follies. Day by day she grewqueerer and more irritable, and we had ceaseless rows about nothing. Iwas fairly puzzled by it all. Sarah avoided me now, but she and Marywere just inseparable. I can see now how she was plotting and schemingand poisoning my wife's mind against me, but I was such a blind beetlethat I could not understand it at the time. Then I broke my blueribbon and began to drink again, but I think I should not have done itif Mary had been the same as ever. She had some reason to be disgustedwith me now, and the gap between us began to be wider and wider. Andthen this Alec Fairbairn chipped in, and things became a thousandtimes blacker.

  • 罗绍和 08-08

    {  I may have remarked before that Holmes had, when he liked, apeculiarly ingratiating way with women, and that he very readilyestablished terms of confidence with them. In half the time which hehad named, he had captured the housekeeper's goodwill and was chattingwith her as if he had known her for years.

  • 桑德伯格 08-08

      "We went upstairs together, the colonel first with the lamp, the fatmanager and I behind him. It was a labyrinth of an old house, withcorridors, passages, narrow winding staircases, and little lowdoors, the thresholds of which were hollowed out by the generationswho had crossed them. There were no carpets and no signs of anyfurniture above the ground floor, while the plaster was peeling offthe walls, and the damp was breaking through in green, unhealthyblotches. I tried to put on as unconcerned an air as possible, but Ihad not forgotten the warnings of the lady, even though Idisregarded them, and I kept a keen eye upon my two companions.Ferguson appeared to be a morose and silent man, but I could seefrom the little that he said that he was at least a fellow-countryman."Colonel Lysander Stark stopped at last before a low door, whichhe unlocked. Within was a small, square room, in which the three of uscould hardly get at one time. Ferguson remained outside, and thecolonel ushered me in.