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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Well, though I had her heart, her father was set upon hermarrying Barclay. I was a harum-scarum, reckless lad, and he had hadan education and was already marked for the sword-belt. But the girlheld true to me, and it seemed that I would have had her when theMutiny broke out, and all hell was loose in the country."We were shut up in Bhurtee, the regiment of us with half abattery of artillery, a company of Sikhs, and a lot of civilians andwomen-folk. There were ten thousand rebels round us, and they wereas keen as a set of terriers round a rat-cage. About the second weekof it our water gave out, and it was a question whether we couldcommunicate with General Neill's column, which was movingup-country. It was our only chance, for we could not hope to fight ourway out with all the women and children, so I volunteered to go outand to warn General Neill of our danger. My offer was accepted, andI talked it over with Sergeant Barclay, who was supposed to know theground better than any other man, and who drew up a route by which Imight get through the rebel lines. At ten o'clock the same night Istarted off upon my journey. There were a thousand lives to save,but it was of only one that I was thinking when I dropped over thewall that night.
2.  "It was no joke, as you will find to your cost. You fool, youwould have it and you have got it. Who asked you to cross my path?If you had left me alone I would not have hurt you."
3.  1893
4.  "A client, then?"
5.  "Good heavens! I thought it was Wednesday. It is Wednesday. Whatd'you want to frighten the chap for?" He sank his face onto his armsand began to sob in a high treble key.
6.  He held out his hand, and I saw in the light of the lamp that two ofhis knuckles were burst and bleeding.


1.  "Your whole outfit is English."
2.  "I had just taken the paper; and was locking the cupboard, whenthe young man seized me. I had seen him already that morning. He hadmet me on the road, and I had asked him to tell me where ProfessorCoram lived, not knowing that he was in his employ."
3.  The wretched creature began to whimper.
4.  "Perhaps he is waiting for a better price."
5.  "Then that, of course, accounts for my getting no answer," saidHolmes. "Dear me, how very stupid of me, to be sure! Good-morning,miss, and many thanks for having relieved my mind." He chuckled andrubbed his hands when we found ourselves in the street once more."Well?" I asked.
6.  When I glance over my notes and records of the Sherlock Holmescases between the years '82 and '90, I am faced by so many whichpresent strange and interesting features that it is no easy matterto know which to choose and which to leave. Some, however, havealready gained publicity through the papers, and others have notoffered a field for those peculiar qualities which my friendpossessed in so high a degree, and which it is the object of thesepapers to illustrate. Some, too, have baffled his analyticalskill, and would be, as narratives, beginnings without an ending,while others have been but partially cleared up, and have theirexplanations founded rather upon conjecture and surmise than onthat absolute logical proof which was so dear to him. There is,however, one of these last which was so remarkable in its detailsand so startling in its results that I am tempted to give someaccount of it in spite of the fact that there are points inconnection with it which never have been, and probably never willbe, entirely cleared up.


1.  "Oh, yes. It is impossible to exclude them when the church is open.""This gentleman was not one of your wife's friends?"
2.  "Indeed, I have nothing more to tell. Once or twice it seemed tome that he was on the point of telling me something. He spoke oneevening of the importance of the secret, and I have somerecollection that he said that no doubt foreign spies would pay agreat deal to have it."
3.  "Is he delirious?"
4.  "Yes, sir. It was one of a pair that he had."
5.   "It has been in some points a singular case," said Holmes,flicking the horse on into a gallop. "I confess that I have been asblind as a mole, but it is better to learn wisdom late than never tolearn it at all."
6.  "Did you dust this bureau yesterday morning?"


1.  "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."
2.  "But not more so than I to find you."
3.  "'You will eventually manage the great depot in Paris, which willpour a flood of English crockery into the shops of a hundred andthirty-four agents in France. The purchase will be completed in aweek, and meanwhile you will remain in B and make yourself useful.'"'How?'
4、  I had so many letters now that I could proceed with considerableconfidence to the second message, which worked out in this fashion:A . ELRI . ES.
5、  "Have they thought of looking outside the house?"




  • 马蒂亚斯·穆勒 08-05


  • 赵利民 08-05

      "You look surprised, and no wonder! Relieved, too, I fancy! Hum! Youstill smoke the Arcadia mixture of your bachelor days, then! There'sno mistaking that fluffy ash upon your coat. It's easy to tell thatyou have been accustomed to wear a uniform, Watson. You'll neverpass as a pure-bred civilian as long as you keep that habit ofcarrying your handkerchief in your sleeve. Could you put me upto-night?"

  • 达芙妮·阿克赫斯特 08-05

       "Yes, I am all that, Mr. Holmes; and, in addition, I am the mostunfortunate man at this moment in London. For heaven's sake, don'tabandon me, Mr. Holmes! If they come to arrest me before I havefinished my story, make them give me time, so that I may tell youthe whole truth. I could go to jail happy if I knew that you wereworking for me outside."

  • 胡传道 08-05

      "What of Mr. McPherson's dog?"

  • 周长升 08-04

    {  "I see. You have no explanation yourself of the tragedy?""Possibly an accident, possibly- I only breathe it amongourselves- a suicide. Young men have their hidden troubles- someaffair of the heart, perhaps, which we have never known. It is amore probable supposition than murder."

  • 李大松 08-03

      "Not more than two miles to the Hall gates. That's the road to theleft." He watched us with sullen eyes until we had left his premises.We did not go very far along the road, for Holmes stopped theinstant that the curve hid us from the landlord's view."We were warm, as the children say, at that inn," said he. "I seemto grow colder every step that I take away from it. No, no, I can'tpossibly leave it."}

  • 阿米娜 08-03

      "I am all attention," said Sherlock Holmes.

  • 马雷贡 08-03

      "Pending the alterations, as I understand. By the way, there doesnot seem to be any very pressing need for repairs at that end wall.""There were none. I believe that it was an excuse to move me from myroom."

  • 张勇 08-02

       "I presume they were of value?"

  • 韦夏怡 07-31

    {  "Where she was afterwards found?"

  • 瓦尔特 07-31

      "No, no; he found it. Its owner is unknown. I beg that youwill look upon it not as a battered billycock but as anintellectual problem. And, first, as to how it came here. Itarrived upon Christmas morning, in company with a good fat goose,which is, I have no doubt, roasting at this moment in front ofPeterson's fire. The facts are these: about four o'clock onChristmas morning, Peterson, who, as you know, is a very honestfellow, was returning from some small jollification and was makinghis way homeward down Tottenham Court Road. In front of him hesaw, in the gaslight, a tallish man, walking with a slightstagger, and carrying a white goose slung over his shoulder. Ashe reached the corner of Goodge Street, a row broke out betweenthis stranger and a little knot of roughs. One of the latterknocked off the man's hat, on which he raised his stick to defendhimself and, swinging it over his head, smashed the shop windowbehind him. Peterson had rushed forward to protect the strangerfrom his assailants; but the man, shocked at having broken thewindow, and seeing an official-looking person in uniform rushingtowards him, dropped his goose, took to his heels, and vanishedamid the labyrinth of small sheets which lie at the back ofTottenham Court Road. The roughs had also fled at the appearanceof Peterson, so that he was left in possession of the field ofbattle, and also of the spoils of victory in the shape of thisbattered hat and a most unimpeachable Christmas goose.""Which surely he restored to their owner?"