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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "There was no ticket in his pockets."
2.  "For twenty minutes I had sat motionless, thinking the matter out.Musgrave still stood with a very pale face, swinging his lantern andpeering down into the hole.
3.  The firemen had been much perturbed at the strange arrangementswhich they had found within, and still more so by discovering anewly severed human thumb upon a window-sill of the second floor.About sunset, however, their efforts were at last successful, and theysubdued the flames, but not before the roof had fallen in, and thewhole place been reduced to such absolute ruin that, save some twistedcylinders and iron piping, not a trace remained of the machinery whichhad cost our unfortunate acquaintance so dearly. Large masses ofnickel and of tin were discovered stored in an out-house, but no coinswere to be found, which may have explained the presence of those bulkyboxes which have been already referred to.
4.  This was news to me indeed. If there were another man with suchsingular powers in England, how was it that neither police norpublic had heard of him? I put the question, with a hint that it wasmy companion's modesty which made him acknowledge his brother as hissuperior. Holmes laughed at my suggestion.
5.  "That is excellent," said Mr. Bennett. "I warn you, however, thatthe professor is irascible and violent at times."
6.  "I was sure of it from the first." The two sat down together inthe bow-window of the club. To anyone who wishes to study mankind thisis the spot," said Mycroft. "Look at the magnificent types! Look atthese two men who are coming towards us, for example."


1.  "Come at once without fail. Can give you information as to yourrecent loss.
2.  "Sorry, Mr. Holmes, but that's the law."
3.  "Not until I have been to Blackheath."
4.  "Exactly! You will help best by doing what you are told.""Certainly, Holmes."
5.  It was, then, in a year, and even in a decade, that shall benameless, that upon one Tuesday morning in autumn we found twovisitors of European fame within the walls of our humble room in BakerStreet. The one, austere, high-nosed, eagle-eyed, and dominant, wasnone other than the illustrious Lord Bellinger, twice Premier ofBritain. The other, dark, clear-cut, and elegant, hardly yet of middleage, and endowed with every beauty of body and of mind, was theRight Honourable Trelawney Hope, Secretary for European Affairs, andthe most rising statesman in the country. They sat side by side uponour paper-littered settee, and it was easy to see from their wornand anxious faces that it was business of the most pressing importancewhich had brought them. The Premier's thin, blue-veined hands wereclasped tightly over the ivory head of his umbrella, and his gaunt,ascetic face looked gloomily from Holmes to me. The European Secretarypulled nervously at his moustache and fidgeted with the seals of hiswatch-chain.
6.  We had reached our house in Baker Street while we had beentalking. Holmes ascended the stair first, and as he opened the door ofour room he gave a start of surprise. Looking over his shoulder, I wasequally astonished. His brother Mycroft was sitting smoking in thearmchair.


1.  How shall I ever forget that dreadful vigil? I could not hear asound, not even the drawing of a breath, and yet I knew that mycompanion sat open-eyed, within a few feet of me, in the same state ofnervous tension in which I was myself. The shutters cut off theleast ray of light and we waited in absolute darkness. From outsidecame the occasional cry of a night-bird, and once at our very window along drawn catlike whine, which told us that the cheetah was indeed atliberty. Far away we could hear the deep tones of the parish clock,which boomed out every quarter of an hour. How long they seemed, thosequarters! Twelve struck, and one and two and three, and still we satwaiting silently for whatever might befall.
2.  "I'm very glad you have come, Mr. Holmes. And you, too, Dr.Watson. But, indeed, if I had my time over again, I should not havetroubled you, for since the lady has come to herself, she has given soclear an account of the affair that there is not much left for us todo. You remember that Lewisham gang of burglars?"
3.  But there was no great difficulty in the first stage of myadventure. Upper Swandam Lane is a vile alley lurking behind thehigh wharves which line the north side of the river to the east ofLondon Bridge. Between a slop-shop and a gin-shop, approached by asteep flight of steps leading down to a black gap like the mouth ofa cave, I found the den of which I was in search. Ordering my cab towait, I passed down the steps, worn hollow in the centre by theceaseless tread of drunken feet and by the light of a flickeringoillamp above the door I found the latch and made my way into along, low room, thick and heavy with the brown opium smoke, andterraced with wooden berths, like the forecastle of an emigrant ship.Through the gloom one could dimly catch a glimpse of bodies lying instrange fantastic poses, bowed shoulders, bent knees, heads thrownback, and chins pointing upward, with here and there a dark,lack-lustre eye turned upon the newcomer. Out of the black shadowsthere glimmered little red circles of light, now bright, now faint, asthe burning poison waxed or waned in the bowls of the metal pipes. Themost lay silent, but some muttered to themselves, and others talkedtogether in a strange, low, monotonous voice, their conversationcoming in gushes, and then suddenly tailing off into silence, eachmumbling out his own thoughts and paying little heed to the words ofhis neighbour. At the farther end was a small brazier of burningcharcoal, beside which on a three-legged wooden stool there sat atall, thin old man, with his jaw resting upon his two fists, and hiselbows upon his knees, staring into the fire.
4.  "He began by drawing a most formidable-looking bludgeon loadedwith lead from his pocket, and switching it backward and forwardseveral times, as if to test its weight and strength. Then he placedit without a word upon the seat beside him. Having done this, hedrew up the windows on each side, and I found to my astonishmentthat they were covered with paper so as to prevent my seeing throughthem.
5.   "But for what possible end?"
6.  "I was shaken but not hurt by the fall; so I picked myself up andrushed off among the bushes as hard as I could run, for I understoodthat I was far from being out of danger yet. Suddenly, however, as Iran, a deadly dizziness and sickness came over me. I glanced down atmy hand, which was throbbing painfully, and then, for the firsttime, saw that my thumb had been cut off and that the blood waspouring from my wound. I endeavoured to tie my handkerchief roundit, but there came a sudden buzzing in my ears, and next moment I fellin a dead faint among the rose-bushes.


1.  "Because then, again, she would have left me, and I couldn't bear toface that. Even if she couldn't love me, it was a great deal to mejust to see her dainty form about the house, and to hear the soundof her voice."
2.  "When Mr. Soames returned and called for you, you were very muchdisturbed?"
3.  "You certainly do things thoroughly, Mr. Holmes."
4、  "Oh, yes! In a hundred other ways he has helped him. Everybody abouthere speaks of his kindness to him."
5、  "Why, Mr. Holmes, I thought you knew things," said he. "I suppose,then, if you have never heard of Godfrey Staunton, you don't knowCyril Overton either?"




  • 杨志今 08-04

      Holmes sat down and listened.

  • 柯志成 08-04

      "What! Had he lost his wife?"

  • 孙月沐 08-04

       "To tell the truth"--he sank his face into his thin, whitehands--"I have felt helpless. I have felt like one of those poorrabbits when the snake is writhing towards it. I seem to be inthe grasp of some resistless, inexorable evil, which no foresightand no precautions can guard against."

  • 徐茂宝 08-04

      "I knew that you did it."

  • 郑爽 08-03

    {  "We thought that perhaps you would care to step across, Mr. Holmes.""The fates are against you, Watson," said he, laughing. "We werechatting about the matter when you came in, Inspector. Perhaps you canlet us have a few details." As he leaned back in his chair in thefamiliar attitude I knew that the case was hopeless.

  • 石珠垌 08-02

      "Ha! You say so! You have heard something, Mr. Holmes; you havelearned something! Where are the gems?"}

  • 梁勋明 08-02

      "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."

  • 曹勇 08-02

      "I hope we may clear him, Miss Turner," said Sherlock Holmes. "Youmay rely upon my doing all that I can."

  • 周耀宜 08-01

       "When we were taking coffee in the drawing-room that night afterdinner, I told Arthur and Mary my experience, and of the precioustreasure which we had under our roof, suppressing only the name ofmy client. Lucy Parr, who had brought in the coffee, had, I am sure,left the room; but I cannot swear that the door was closed. Mary andArthur were much interested and wished to see the famous coronet,but I thought it better not to disturb it.

  • 李兑 07-30

    {  "My practice-" I began.

  • 杨燚 07-30

      "Very good," said Lestrade.