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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Can we? It is not so easy as you seem to think. You are notfamiliar with Cambridgeshire scenery, are you? It does not lend itselfto concealment. All this country that I passed over to-night is asflat and clean as the palm of your hand, and the man we arefollowing is no fool, as he very clearly showed to-night. I have wiredto Overton to let us know any fresh London developments at thisaddress, and in the meantime we can only concentrate our attentionupon Dr. Armstrong, whose name the obliging young lady at the officeallowed me to read upon the counterfoil of Staunton's urgentmessage. He knows where the young man is- to that I'll swear, and ifhe knows, then it must be our own fault if we cannot manage to knowalso. At present it must be admitted that the odd trick is in hispossession, and, as you are aware, Watson, it is not my habit to leavethe game in that condition."
2.  "You would arrest him upon that?"
3.  "Then I'll keep my eye on the parties, Mr. Holmes. If anything comesalong, I will surely let you know."
4.  "I'll see to that," said the American. "Well," he added, lookingat his watch, "I'll have to get on. I'll call to-morrow, Mr. Nathan,and see you off to Birmingham. Coming my way, Mr. Holmes? Well,then, good-bye, and we may have good news for you to-morrow night."I noticed that my friend's face cleared when the American left theroom, and the look of thoughtful perplexity had vanished."I wish I could look over your collection, Mr. Garrideb," said he."In my profession all sorts of odd knowledge comes useful, and thisroom of yours is a storehouse of it."
5.  "'All that I have to say has already crossed your mind,' said he."'Then possibly my answer has crossed yours,' I replied."'You stand fast?'
6.  "Frankly, then, madam, I do not."


1.  "I can only suppose that this American lawyer put it in himself.What his object was I fail to understand."
2.  "I am sure that I shall say nothing of the kind."
3.  "But you must look at it with my eyes, Mr. Holmes. You mustrealize it from the point of view of a woman who sees all her life'sambition about to be ruined at the last moment. Is such a woman tobe blamed if she protects herself?"
4.  -THE END-
5.  "You may conceivably have overlooked it."
6.  "'I have been standing here for a quarter of an hour, sir,' said he,'only one person has passed during that time-a woman, tall andelderly, with a Paisley shawl.'


1.  "It is really two days since you had the letter. We shouldhave acted before this. You have no further evidence, I suppose,than that which you have placed before us--no suggestive detailwhich might help us?"
2.  "The matter is very important. I would offer you a sovereign for theuse of a bicycle."
3.  "'Garrideb, N.,'" he read, 136 Little Ryder Street, W.' Sorry todisappoint you, my dear Watson, but this is the man himself. That isthe address upon his letter. We want another to match him."Mrs. Hudson had come in with a card upon a tray. I took it up andglanced at it.
4.  Moran, Sebastian, Colonel. Unemployed. Formerly 1st BangalorePioneers. Born London, 1840. Son of Sir Augustus Moran, C.B., onceBritish Minister to Persia. Educated Eton and Oxford. Served in JowakiCampaign, Afghan Campaign, Charasiab (despatches), Sherpur, and Cabul.Author of Heavy Game of the Western Himalayas (1881); Three Monthsin the Jungle (1884). Address: Conduit Street. Clubs: TheAnglo-Indian, the Tankerville, the Bagatelle Card Club.On the margin was written, in Holmes's precise hand:
5.   I had heard him mention the case more than once, though I hadnever been able to gather the details. "I should be so glad," saidI, "if you would give me an account of it."
6.  "Holmes, you are a wizard. I did not say so, but he hadgray-tinted sun-glasses."


1.  "What, then?"
2.  "The ceremony, which was performed at St. George's, HanoverSquare, was a very quiet one, no one being present save the fatherof the bride, Mr. Aloysius Doran, the Duchess of Balmoral, LordBackwater, Lord Eustace, and Lady Clara St. Simon (the younger brotherand sister of the bridegroom), and Lady Alicia Whittington. Thewhole party proceeded afterwards to the house of Mr. Aloysius Doran,at Lancaster Gate, where breakfast had been prepared. It appearsthat some little trouble was caused by a woman, whose name has notbeen ascertained, who endeavoured to force her way into the houseafter the bridal party, alleging that she had some claim upon Lord St.Simon. It was only after a painful and prolonged scene that she wasejected by the butler and the footman. The bride, who hadfortunately entered the house before this unpleasant interruption, hadsat down to breakfast with the rest, when she complained of a suddenindisposition and retired to her room. Her prolonged absence havingcaused some comment, her father followed her, but learned from hermaid that she had only come up to her chamber for an instant, caughtup an ulster and bonnet, and hurried down to the passage. One of thefootmen declared that he had seen a lady leave the house thusapparelled, but had refused to credit that it was his mistress,believing her to be with the company. On ascertaining that hisdaughter had disappeared, Mr. Aloysius Doran, in conjunction withthe bridegroom, instantly put themselves in communication with thepolice, and very energetic inquiries are being made, which willprobably result in a speedy clearing up of this very singularbusiness. Up to a late hour last night, however, nothing hadtranspired as to the whereabouts of the missing lady. There arerumours of foul play in the matter, and it is said that the policehave caused the arrest of the woman who had caused the originaldisturbance, in the belief that, from jealousy or some other motive,she may have been concerned in the strange disappearance of thebride."
3.  "It was a prosaic way of forming a friendship, but it was effective.I was laid by the heels for ten days, and Trevor used to come in toinquire after me. At first it was only a minute's chat, but soon hisvisits lengthened, and before the end of the term we were closefriends. He was a hearty, full-blooded fellow, full of spirits andenergy, the very opposite to me in most respects, but we had somesubjects in common, and it was a bond of union when I found that hewas as friendless as I. Finally he invited me down to his father'splace at Donnithorpe, in Norfolk, and I accepted his hospitality for amonth of the long vacation.
4、  Sherlock Holmes sat up with a whistle. "By Jove, Peterson!"said he, "this is treasure trove indeed. I suppose you know whatyou have got?"
5、  "So much for the Daily Chronicle," said Holmes as I finishedreading. "Now for our friend Lestrade. I had a note from him thismorning, in which he says:




  • 吴阶平 08-07

      "No, finished."

  • 官新泉 08-07

      "Thank you. I will trouble you once again."

  • 陈国韬 08-07

       "As he spoke he opened a door and showed the way into a roomwhich appeared to be very richly furnished, but again the only lightwas afforded by a single lamp half-turned down. The chamber wascertainly large, and the way in which my feet sank into the carpetas I stepped across it told me of its richness. I caught glimpses ofvelvet chairs, a high white marble mantelpiece, and what seemed tobe a suit of Japanese armour at one side of it. There was a chair justunder the lamp, and the elderly man motioned that I should sit init. The younger had left us, but he suddenly returned throughanother door, leading with him a gentleman clad in some sort ofloose dressing-gown who moved slowly towards us. As he came into thecircle of dim light which enabled me to see him more clearly I wasthrilled with horror at his appearance. He was deadly pale andterribly emaciated, with the protruding, brilliant eyes of a man whosespirit was greater than his strength. But what shocked me more thanany signs of physical weakness was that his face was grotesquelycriss-crossed with sticking-plaster and that one large pad of it wasfastened over his mouth.

  • 刘洪平 08-07

      "Yes, it was only put there a couple of years ago."

  • 赵龙约 08-06

    {  "'I was boiling the kettle when I fell asleep, sir.' He looked at meand then up at the still quivering bell with an ever-growingastonishment upon his face.

  • 韩士奇 08-05

      "Well, sir?" asked Holmes sternly.}

  • 钱穆 08-05

      "I'll show you first how it was done, and then I will give theexplanation which is due to you, and even more to my long-sufferingfriend here, who has been invaluable throughout. But, first, I wouldgive you an insight into this man's mentality. It is a very unusualone- so much so that I think his destination is more likely to beBroadmoor than the scaffold. He has, to a high degree, the sort ofmind which one associates with the mediaeval Italian nature ratherthan with the modern Briton. He was a miserable miser who made hiswife so wretched by his niggardly ways that she was a ready prey forany adventurer. Such a one came upon the scene in the person of thischess-playing doctor. Amberley excelled at chess- one mark, Watson, ofa scheming mind. Like all misers, he was a jealous man, and hisjealousy became a frantic mania. Rightly or wrongly, he suspected anintrigue. He determined to have his revenge, and he planned it withdiabolical cleverness. Come here!"

  • 张启东 08-05

      The light had suddenly gone out, the glimmering square of window haddisappeared, and the third floor formed a dark band round the loftybuilding, with its tiers of shining casements. That last warning cryhad been suddenly cut short. How, and by whom? The same thoughtoccurred on the instant to us both. Holmes sprang up from where hecrouched by the window.

  • 茅长町 08-04

       "We had hoped that he might have given us some indications whichwould have helped us to clear the matter up."

  • 杨尚勤 08-02

    {  "Everyone knows her. She is the beauty of the neighbourhood- areal beauty, Holmes, who would draw attention everywhere. I knewthat McPherson was attracted by her, but I had no notion that it hadgone so far as these letters would seem to indicate."

  • 王玉安 08-02

      "The two were together, ten yards from the cage, when the lion gotloose. The man turned and was struck down. The woman conceived theidea of getting into the cage and shutting the door. It was her onlyrefuge. She made for it, and just as she reached it the beastbounded after her and knocked her over. She was angry with her husbandfor having encouraged the beast's rage by turning. If they had facedit they might have cowed it. Hence her cries of 'Coward!'""Brilliant, Watson! Only one flaw in your diamond."