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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Has Amberley been here yet?"
2.  "I will. I swear to you that I will. I did the rest. I confess it.It was just as you say. A Stock Exchange debt had to be paid. I neededthe money badly. Oberstein offered me five thousand. It was to savemyself from ruin. But as to murder, I am as innocent as you.""What happened, then?"
3.  "Dear old chap," said he, patting the flaxen head with a very tenderhand. "I came early because my friends, Mr. Holmes and Dr. Watson,have been persuaded to come down and spend an evening with us.""Is that Mr. Holmes, the detective?"
4.  "Well, sir, when a man does one queer thing, or two queer things,there may be a meaning to it, but when everything he does is queer,then you begin to wonder. I believe Shoscombe Prince and the Derbyhave turned his brain."
5.  "Yes, my correspondence has certainly the charm of variety," heanswered, smiling, "and the humbler are usually the moreinteresting. This looks like one of those unwelcome social summonseswhich call upon a man either to be bored or to lie."
6.  "Oh, yes! he is the green-grocer who brings our vegetables round.His name is Francis Prosper."


1.  But it was not our prisoner to whom Holmes was giving his attention.Squatted on the doorstep, he was engaged in most carefully examiningthat which the man had brought from the house. It was a bust ofNapoleon, like the one which we had seen that morning, and it had beenbroken into similar fragments. Carefully Holmes held each separateshard to the light, but in no way did it differ from any othershattered piece of plaster. He had just completed his examination whenthe hall lights flew up, the door opened, and the owner of thehouse, a jovial, rotund figure in shirt and trousers, presentedhimself.
2.  "He would certainly seem to be a most interesting lad. There isone other point about these assaults. Were the strange attacks uponthe baby and the assaults upon your son at the same period?""In the first case it was so. It was is if some frenzy had seizedher, and she had vented her rage upon both. In the second case itwas only Jack who suffered. Mrs. Mason had no complaint to makeabout the baby."
3.  "Well, if you will be so good, Watson."
4.  Holmes rose from his chair.
5.  Holmes shrugged his shoulders.
6.  "Yes, that is it." It was a widespread, comfortable-lookingbuilding, two-storied, slate-roofed, with great yellow blotches oflichen upon the gray walls. The drawn blinds and the smokelesschimneys, however, gave it a stricken look, as though the weight ofthis horror still lay heavy upon it. We called at the door, when themaid, at Holmes's request, showed us the boots which her master woreat the time of his death, and also a pair of the son's, though not thepair which he had then had. Having measured these very carefullyfrom seven or eight different points, Holmes desired to be led tothe court-yard, from which we all followed the winding track which ledto Boscombe Pool.


1.  "It is singular that on this particular night he should have beenup. Now, I should be very glad if you would have the kindness toshow us over the house, Mr. Cunningham."
3.  "They are here, in my overcoat."
4.  "Perhaps we can clear the point up before we separate," said Holmes."Meanwhile, I am much obliged to you for your courteousacquiescence. You will excuse this informal reception in the open air,but my friend Watson and I have nearly furnished an additional chapterto what the papers call the Cornish Horror, and we prefer a clearatmosphere for the present. Perhaps, since the matters which we haveto discuss will affect you personally in a very intimate fashion, itis as well that we should talk where there can be no eavesdropping."The explorer to his cigar from his lips and gazed sternly at mycompanion.
5.   The Tiger of San Pedro! The whole history of the man came back to mein a flash. He had made his name as the most lewd and bloodthirstytyrant that had ever governed any country with a pretence tocivilization. Strong, fearless, and energetic, he had sufficientvirtue to enable him to impose his odious vices upon a cowering peoplefor ten or twelve years. His name was a terror through all CentralAmerica. At the end of that time there was a universal risingagainst him. But he was as cunning as he was cruel, and at the firstwhisper of coming trouble he had secretly conveyed his treasuresaboard a ship which was manned by devoted adherents. It was an emptypalace which was stormed by the insurgents next day. The dictator, histwo children, his secretary, and his wealth had all escaped them. Fromthat moment he had vanished from the world, and his identity hadbeen a frequent subject for comment in the European press."Yes, sir, Don Murillo, the Tiger of San Pedro," said Baynes. "Ifyou look it up you will find that the San Pedro colours are greenand white, same as in the note, Mr. Holmes. Henderson he calledhimself, but I traced him back, Paris and Rome and Madrid toBarcelona, where his ship came in in '86. They've been looking for himall the time for their revenge, but it is only now that they havebegun to find him out."
6.  "I am sorry to hear this," said he. "I only know Mr. Holmesthrough some business dealings which we have had, but I have everyrespect for his talents and his character. He is an amateur ofcrime, as I am of disease. For him the villain, for me the microbe.There are my prisons," he continued, pointing to a row of bottlesand jars which stood upon a side table. "Among those gelatinecultivations some of the very worst offenders in the world are nowdoing time."


1.  "In search of the body of lady St. Simon."
2.  "Not much, Mr. Holmes, among the millions of London."
3.  "Yes," she said at last, "I had a feeling that there was somethingon his mind."
4、  "I don't know whether you think that McFarlane came out of jail inthe dead of the night in order to strengthen the evidence againsthimself," said Lestrade. "I leave it to any expert in the worldwhether that is not the mark of his thumb."
5、  Holmes and I put on our dress-clothes, so that we might appear to betwo theatre-goers homeward bound. In Oxford Street we picked up ahansom and drove to an address in Hampstead. Here we paid off our cab,and with our great coats buttoned up, for it was bitterly cold, andthe wind seemed to blow through us, we walked along the edge of theheath.




  • 拉斯洛·翁多尔 08-03

      Holmes raised his eyebrows.

  • 周崇堂 08-03

      "Only for the last week or so. He was thoughtful and worried. Once Ipressed him about it. He admitted that there was something, and thatit was concerned with his official life. 'It is too serious for meto speak about, even to you,' said he. I could get nothing more."Holmes looked grave.

  • 田正祥 08-03

       "Certainly, Mr. Holmes."

  • 饶瑞南 08-03


  • 胡挹工 08-02

    {  On the evening of our arrival we were sitting in the colonel'sgun-room after dinner, Holmes stretched upon the sofa, while Hayterand I looked over his little armory of Eastern weapons."By the way," said he suddenly, "I think I'll take one of thesepistols upstairs with me in case we have an alarm."

  • 特奥 08-01

      "Not at all. They know all they see at Godolphin Street. Theyknow- and shall know- nothing of Whitehall Terrace. Only we know ofboth events, and can trace the relation between them. There is oneobvious point which would, in any case, have turned my suspicionsagainst Lucas. Godolphin Street, Westminster, is only a few minutes'walk from Whitehall Terrace. The other secret agents whom I have namedlive in the extreme West End. It was easier, therefore, for Lucas thanfor the others to establish a connection or receive a message from theEuropean Secretary's household- a small thing, and yet where eventsare compressed into a few hours it may prove essential. Halloa! whathave we here?"}

  • 牛思源 08-01

      "'I have his letters to me in my pocket.'

  • 唐奕 08-01

      "I never needed it more," said Holmes as he refreshed himself with aglass of claret and some biscuits in the intervals of his toilet."However, as you know, my habits are irregular, and such a featmeans less to me than to most men. It was very essential that I shouldimpress Mrs. Hudson with the reality of my condition, since she was toconvey it to you, and you in turn to him. You won't be offended,Watson? You will realize that among your many talents dissimulationfinds no place, and that if you had shared my secret you would neverhave been able to impress Smith with the urgent necessity of hispresence, which was the vital point of the whole scheme. Knowing hisvindictive nature, I was perfectly certain that he would come tolook upon his handiwork."

  • 方文国 07-31

       "And have they occurred?"

  • 景迈 07-29

    {  On referring to my notes I see that it was upon the fourteenth ofApril that I received a telegram from Lyons which informed me thatHolmes was lying ill in the Hotel Dulong. Within twenty-four hours Iwas in his sick-room and was relieved to find that there was nothingformidable in his symptoms. Even his iron constitution, however, hadbroken down under the strain of an investigation which had extendedover two months, during which period he had never worked less thanfifteen hours a day and had more than once, as he assured me, keptto his task for five days at a stretch. Even the triumphant issue ofhis labours could not save him from reaction after so terrible anexertion, and at a time when Europe was ringing with his name and whenhis room was literally ankle-deep with congratulatory telegrams Ifound him a prey to the blackest depression. Even the knowledge thathe had succeeded where the police of three countries had failed, andthat he had outmaneuvered at every point the most accomplishedswindler in Europe, was insufficient to rouse him from his nervousprostration.

  • 关凯 07-29

      It is my habit to sit with my back to the window and to place myvisitors in the opposite chair, where the light falls full uponthem. Mr. James M. Dodd seemed somewhat at a loss how to begin theinterview. I did not attempt to help him, for his silence gave me moretime for observation. I have found it wise to impress clients with asense of power, and so I gave him some of my conclusions."From South Africa, sir, I perceive."