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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "You seem to have powers that are hardly human," said he. "So ReubenHayes is taken? I am right glad to hear it, if it will not reactupon the fate of James."
2.  "The first who entered was a little Ribston pippin of a man, withruddy cheeks and fluffy white side-whiskers. Holmes had drawn a letterfrom his pocket.
3.  "'It had seemed to me sometimes that she liked to be alone withme, or to coax me out for a walk with her, but I had never thoughtanything of that. But one evening my eyes were opened. I had come upfrom the ship and found my wife out, but Sarah at home. "Where'sMary?" I asked. "Oh, she has gone to pay some accounts." I wasimpatient and paced up and down the room. "Can't you be happy for fiveminutes without Mary, Jim?" says she. "It's a bad compliment to methat you can't be contented with my society for so short a time.""That's all right, my lass," said I, putting out my hand towards herin a kindly way, but she had it in both hers in an instant, and theyburned as if they were in a fever. I looked into her eyes and I readit all there. There was no need for her to speak, nor for me either. Ifrowned and drew my hand away. Then she stood by my side in silencefor a bit, and then put up her hand and patted me on the shoulder."Steady old Jim!" said she, and with a kind o' mocking laugh, sherun out of the room.
4.  "It was most unfortunate, sir. But I have occasionally done the samething at other times."
5.  "Pray sit down, Doctor," said he. "I was looking over my owntreasures and wondering whether I could really afford to add tothem. This little Tang specimen, which dates from the seventh century,would probably interest you. I am sure you never saw finer workmanshipor a richer glaze. Have you the Ming saucer with you of which youspoke?"
6.  "Not entirely," said Holmes.


1.  "How can I tell you where it is now? It's more than a year since Ileft him. I know where he kept it then. He's a precise, tidy cat ofa man in many of his ways, so maybe it is still in the pigeon-holeof the old bureau in the inner study. Do you know his house?""I've been in the study," said Holmes.
2.  "I will order a four-wheeler. In a quarter of an hour, we shall beat your service. If you are telegraphing home, Mr. Huxtable, itwould be well to allow the people in your neighbourhood to imaginethat the inquiry is still going on in Liverpool, or wherever else thatred herring led your pack. In the meantime I will do a little quietwork at your own doors, and perhaps the scent is not so cold butthat two old hounds like Watson and myself may get a sniff of it."That evening found us in the cold, bracing atmosphere of the Peakcountry, in which Dr. Huxtable's famous school is situated. It wasalready dark when we reached it. A card was lying on the hall table,and the butler whispered something to his master, who turned to uswith agitation in every heavy feature.
3.  Suddenly there was the momentary gleam of a light up in thedirection of the ventilator, which vanished immediately, but wassucceeded by a strong smell of burning oil and heated metal. Someonein the next room had lit a dark-lanten. I heard a gentle sound ofmovement, and then all was silent once more, though the smell grewstronger. For half an hour I sat with straining ears. Then suddenlyanother sound became audible-a very gentle, soothing sound, likethat of a small jet of steam escaping continually from a kettle. Theinstant that we heard it, Holmes sprang from the bed, struck amatch, and lashed furiously with his cane at the bell-pull."You see it, Watson?" he yelled. "You see it?"
4.  "I could see that the end had not been in his mouth. Therefore heused a holder. The tip had been cut off not bitten off, but the cutwas not a clean one, so I deduced a blunt pen-knife."
5.  "You must know that last night was the very first night that Ihave ever slept without a nurse in the room. I was so much better thatI though I could dispense with one. I had a night-light burning,however. Well, about two in the morning I had sunk into a lightsleep when I was suddenly aroused by a slight noise. It was like thesound which a mouse makes when it is gnawing a plank, and I laylistening to it for some time under the impression that it must comefrom that cause. Then it grew louder, and suddenly there came from thewindow a sharp metallic snick. I sat up in amazement. There could beno doubt what the sounds were now. The first ones had been caused bysomeone forcing an instrument through the slit between the sashes, andthe second by the catch being pressed back.
6.  .


1.  "You certainly have the air of something unusual having occurred,"said Holmes.
2.  "My dear Mycroft, the brother's life is more valuable than thesister's story. I think we should call at Scotland Yard forInspector Gregson and go straight out to Beckenham. We know that a manis being done to death, and every hour may be vital."
3.  "There is a well-known agency for governesses in the West End calledWestaway's, and there I used to call about once a week in order to seewhether anything had turned up which might suit me. Westaway was thename of the founder of the business, but it is really managed byMiss Stoper. She sits in her own little office, and the ladies who areseeking employment wait in an anteroom, and are then shown in one byone, when she consults her ledgers and sees whether she has anythingwhich would suit them.
4.  "I saw the men before ever they came into the house," said she."As I sat by my bedroom window I saw three men in the moonlight downby the lodge gate yonder, but I thought nothing of it at the time.It was more than an hour after that I heard my mistress scream, anddown I ran, to find her, poor lamb, just as she says, and him on thefloor, with his blood and brains over the room. It was enough to drivea woman out of her wits, tied there, and her very dress spotted withhim, but she never wanted courage, did Miss Mary Fraser of Adelaideand Lady Brackenstall of Abbey Grange hasn't learned new ways.You've questioned her long enough, you gentlemen, and now she iscoming to her own room, just with her old Theresa, to get the restthat she badly needs."
5.   THE END
6.  "So you might describe me," said Holmes cheerfully. "My companion isalso a dangerous ruffian. And together we are going through yourhouse."


1.  "If he said so, I certainly cannot deny it."
2.  I heard a click of steel and a bellow like an enraged bull. The nextinstant Holmes and the seaman were rolling on the ground together.He was a man of such gigantic strength that, even with the handcuffswhich Holmes had so deftly fastened upon his wrists, he would havevery quickly overpowered my friend had Hopkins and I not rushed to hisrescue. Only when I pressed the cold muzzle of the revolver to histemple did he at last understand that resistance was vain. We lashedhis ankles with cord, and rose breathless from the struggle."I must really apologize, Hopkins," said Sherlock Holmes. "I fearthat the scrambled eggs are cold. However, you will enjoy the restof your breakfast all the better, will you not, for the thought thatyou have brought your case to a triumphant conclusion."Stanley Hopkins was speechless with amazement.
3.  "Could you not give me the points?"
4、  "It seemed to me incredible that such a charge could be sustained. Ithought that if we waited the whole thing must clear itself up withoutour being compelled to enter into painful details of the inner life ofthe family. But I understand that far from clearing it has become evenmore serious."
5、  "'I am sure if I had known-'




  • 傅楷轩 08-08

      "Heavens, sir, what an idea! I never thought of such villainy!What inhuman rogues there are in the world! But Godfrey is a fine lad-a staunch lad. Nothing would induce him to give his old uncle away.I'll have the plate moved over to the bank this evening. In themeantime spare no pains, Mr. Detective! I beg you to leave no stoneunturned to bring him safely back. As to money, well, so far as afiver or even a tenner goes you can always look to me."Even in his chastened frame of mind, the noble miser could give usno information which could help us, for he knew little of theprivate life of his nephew. Our only clue lay in the truncatedtelegram, and with a copy of this in his hand Holmes set forth to finda second link for his chain. We had shaken off Lord Mount-James, andOverton had gone to consult with the other members of his team overthe misfortune which had befallen them.

  • 马仁山 08-08

      "So would you, if a flock of strangers came in on you when youwere preparing for an examination next day, and every moment was ofvalue. No, I see nothing in that. Pencils, too, and knives- all wassatisfactory. But that fellow does puzzle me."

  • 萨皮 08-08

       "'There have been some very strange happenings. I have been inthis house more than a year now, and as I wished to lead a retiredlife I have seen little of my neighbours. Three days ago I had acall from a man who said that he was a house agent. He said thatthis house would exactly suit a client of his, and that if I wouldpart with it money would be no object. It seemed to me very strange asthere are several empty houses on the market which appear to beequally eligible, but naturally I was interested in what he said. Itherefore named a price which was five hundred pounds more than Igave. He at once closed with the offer, but added that his clientdesired to buy the furniture as well and would I put a price uponit. Some of this furniture is from my old home, and it is, as you see,very good, so that I named a good round sum. To this also he at onceagreed. I had always wanted to travel, and the bargain was so good aone that it really seemed that I should be my own mistress for therest of my life.

  • 储昭霞 08-08

      "Ah, then, we'll step over afterwards," said the colonel, coollysettling down to his breakfast again. "It's a baddish business," headded when the butler had gone; "he's our leading man about here, isold Cunningham, and a very decent fellow too. He'll be cut up overthis, for the man has been in his service for years and was a goodservant. It's evidently the same villains who broke into Acton's.""And stole that very singular collection," said Holmes thoughtfully."Precisely."

  • 易国红 08-07

    {  "We have quite a little round of afternoon calls to make," saidhe. "I think that Sir James Walter claims our first attention."The house of the famous official was a fine villa with green lawnsstretching down to the Thames. As we reached it the fog was lifting,and a thin, watery sunshine was breaking through. A butler answeredour ring.

  • 苗艳丽 08-06

      But I waited for none of the landlord's explanation. In a tingleof fear I was already running down the village street, and makingfor the path which I had so lately descended. It had taken me anhour to come down. For all my efforts two more had passed before Ifound myself at the fall of Reichenbach once more. There wasHolmes's Alpine-stock still leaning against the rock by which I hadleft him. But there was no sign of him, and it was in vain that Ishouted. My only answer was my own voice reverberating in a rollingecho from the cliffs around me.}

  • 惠长龙 08-06

      Briarbrae, Woking.

  • 莎娃 08-06

      "'Pray let me have the details,' I cried.

  • 冼科龙 08-05

       "The butcher's?"

  • 买买提依明·吐尔洪 08-03

    {  "Thank you. I am sorry to have interrupted you. Pray continue yourmost interesting statement."

  • 戴清堂 08-03

      It was not, I must confess, a very alluring prospect. The oldhouse with its atmosphere of murder, the singular and formidableinhabitants, the unknown dangers of the approach, and the fact that wewere putting ourselves legally in a false position all combined todamp my ardour. But there was something in the ice-cold reasoning ofHolmes which made it impossible to shrink from any adventure whichhe might recommend. One knew that thus, and only thus, could asolution be found. I clasped his hand in silence, and the die wascast.