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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "'You have been in New Zealand.'
2.  "`Never.'
3.  "I know which is her room. It is accessible from the top of anouthouse. My suggestion is that you and I go to-night and see if wecan strike at the very heart of the mystery."
4.  Colonel Walter died in prison towards the end of the second yearof his sentence. As to Holmes, he returned refreshed to hismonograph upon the Polyphonic Motets of Lassus, which has since beenprinted for private circulation, and is said by experts to be the lastword upon the subject. Some weeks afterwards I learned incidentallythat my friend spent a day at Windsor, whence he returned with aremarkably fine emerald tie-pin. When I asked him if he had bought it,he answered that it was a present from a certain gracious lady inwhose interests he had once been fortunate enough to carry out a smallcommission. He said no more; but I fancy that I could guess at thatlady's august name, and I have little doubt that the emerald pinwill forever recall to my friend's memory the adventure of theBruce-Partington plans.
5.  "No, I have not."
6.  Holmes handed me his brother's telegram.


1.  "I am at my wit's end."
2.  "'He would not give any.'
3.  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.
4.  Count Sylvius laughed contemptuously.
5.  Never certainly have I seen a plainer confession of guilt upon humancountenances. The older man seemed numbed and dazed, with a heavy,sullen expression upon his strongly marked face. The son, on the otherhand, had dropped all that jaunty, dashing style which hadcharacterized him, and the ferocity of a dangerous wild beastgleamed in his dark eyes and distorted his handsome features. Theinspector said nothing, but, stepping to the door, he blew hiswhistle. Two of his constables came at the call.
6.  The young lady resumed her seat with an air of displeasure. Herbrother, however, had joined us and we set off all four together. Wepassed round the lawn to the outside of the young diplomatist'swindow. There were, as he had said, marks upon the bed, but theywere hopelessly blurred and vague. Holmes stooped over them for aninstant, and then rose shrugging his shoulders.


1.  And it did. Their blow fell- or his blow rather, for never could Ibelieve that the lady was privy to it. I think I could show you thevery paving-stone upon which I stood when my eyes fell upon theplacard, and a pang of horror passed through my very soul. It wasbetween the Grand Hotel and Charing Cross Station, where aone-legged news-vender displayed his evening papers. The date was justtwo days after the last conversation. There, black upon yellow, wasthe terrible news-sheet:
2.  'Abbey Grange, Marsham, Kent,
3.  It was a young fellow about seventeen, dressed like an ostler,with leather cords and gaiters. He lay upon his back, his kneesdrawn up, a terrible cut upon his head. He was insensible, butalive. A glance at his wound told me that it had not penetrated thebone.
4.  "Dear me, this becomes more and more difficult for me to understand!You are a connoisseur and collector with a very valuable piece in yourcollection, and yet you have never troubled to consult the one bookwhich would have told you of the real meaning and value of what youheld. How do you explain that?"
5.   "I am dependent upon my sister, Lady Beatrice, for everything. Butit is well known that her interest in the estate is for her own lifeonly. For myself, I am deeply in the hands of the Jews. I havealways known that if my sister were to die my creditors would be on tomy estate like a flock of vultures. Everything would be seized- mystables, my horses- everything. Well, Mr. Holmes, my sister did diejust a week ago."
6.  "Indeed," said Holmes. "Was it your custom always to lock yourselvesin at night?"


1.  "'Ah!' said he carelessly, 'we have our own process. We compress theearth into bricks, so as to remove them without revealing what theyare. But that is a mere detail. I have taken you fully into myconfidence now, Mr. Hatherley, and I have shown you how I trustyou.' He rose as he spoke. 'I shall expect you, then, at Eyford at11:15.'
2.  (See illustration.)
3.  "Well, that is part of the risk. There is no other possible way ofregaining these letters. The unfortunate lady has not the money, andthere are none of her people in whom she could confide. To-morrow isthe last day of grace, and unless we can get the letters to-night,this villain will be as good as his word and will bring about herruin. I must, therefore, abandon my client to her fate or I mustplay this last card. Between ourselves, Watson, it's a sporting duelbetween this fellow Milverton and me. He had, as you saw, the bestof the first exchanges, but my self-respect and my reputation areconcerned to fight it to a finish."
4、  He took a revolver from the drawer and handed it to me."I have my old favourite with me. If our Wild West friend tries tolive up to his nickname, we must be ready for him. I'll give you anhour for a siesta, Watson, and then I think it will be time for ourRyder Street adventure."
5、  "Boscombe Valley is a country district not very far from Ross, inHerefordshire. The largest landed proprietor in that part is a Mr.John Turner, who made his money in Australia and returned some yearsago to the old country. One of the farms which he held, that ofHatherley, was let to Mr. Charles McCarthy, who was also anex-Australian. The men had known each other in the colonies, so thatit was not unnatural that when they came to settle down they should doso as near each other as possible. Turner was apparently the richerman, so McCarthy became his tenant but still remained, it seems,upon terms of perfect equality, as they were frequently together.McCarthy had one son, a lad of eighteen, and Turner had an onlydaughter of the same age, but neither of them had wives living. Theyappear to have avoided the society of the neighbouring Englishfamilies and to have led retired lives, though both the McCarthys werefond of sport and were frequently seen at the race-meetings of theneighbourhood. McCarthy kept two servants-a man and a girl. Turner hada considerable household, some half-dozen at the least. That is asmuch as I have been able to gather about the families. Now for thefacts.




  • 张娣 08-03

      by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

  • 何易 08-03

      He sat opposite to me, and lit a cigarette in his old, nonchalantmanner. He was dressed in the seedy frockcoat of the book merchant,but the rest of that individual lay in a pile of white hair and oldbooks upon the table. Holmes looked even thinner and keener than ofold, but there was a dead-white tinge in his aquiline face whichtold me that his life recently had not been a healthy one."I am glad to stretch myself, Watson," said he. "It is no jokewhen a tall man has to take a foot off his stature for several hourson end. Now, my dear fellow, in the matter of these explanations, wehave, if I may ask for your cooperation, a hard and dangerousnight's work in front of us. Perhaps it would be better if I gaveyou an account of the whole situation when that work is finished.""I am full of curiosity. I should much prefer to hear now.""You'll come with me to-night?"

  • 保利刚 08-03

       "Why not? There was wine in each glass."

  • 朴灿烈 08-03

      -THE END-

  • 滕脉仓 08-02

    {  "None, except what he states."

  • 麦芸 08-01

      by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle}

  • 林筱雨 08-01

      A shower of rain fell while we were in the train, and the heat wasfar less oppressive in Croydon than in town. Holmes had sent on awire, so that Lestrade, as wiry, as dapper, and as ferret-like asever, was waiting for us at the station. A walk of five minutes tookus to Cross Street, where Miss Cushing resided.

  • 王文涛 08-01

      "She said that her husband was very tired and she wished torelieve him."

  • 李某新 07-31

       "It might have been tragedy."

  • 梁飞 07-29

    {  It was in the year '95 that a combination of events, into which Ineed not enter, caused Mr. Sherlock Holmes and myself to spend someweeks in one of our great university towns, and it was during thistime that the small but instructive adventure which I am about torelate befell us. It will be obvious that any details which would helpthe reader exactly to identify the college or the criminal would beinjudicious and offensive. So painful a scandal may well be allowed todie out. With due discretion the incident itself may, however, bedescribed, since it serves to illustrate some of those qualities forwhich my friend was remarkable. I will endeavour, in my statement,to avoid such terms as would serve to limit the events to anyparticular place, or give a clue as to the people concerned.We were residing at the time in furnished lodgings close to alibrary where Sherlock Holmes was pursuing some laborious researchesin early English charters- researches which led to results so strikingthat they may be the subject of one of my future narratives. Here itwas that one evening we received a visit from an acquaintance, Mr.Hilton Soames, tutor and lecturer at the College of St. Luke's. Mr.Soames was a tall, spare man, of a nervous and excitabletemperament. I had always known him to be restless in his manner,but on this particular occasion he was in such a state ofuncontrollable agitation that it was clear something very unusualhad occurred.

  • 孟梢龄 07-29

      "It is a mercy that you are on the side of the force, and notagainst it, Mr. Holmes," remarked the inspector as he noted the cleverway in which my friend had forced back the catch. "Well, I thinkthat under the circumstances we may enter without an invitation."One after the other we made our way into a large apartment, whichwas evidently that in which Mr. Melas had found himself. The inspectorhad lit his lantern, and by its light we could see the two doors,the curtain, the lamp, and the suit of Japanese mail as he haddescribed them. On the table lay two glasses, an empty