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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "`From Dundee,' I answered, glancing at the postmark.
2.  "I will tell you the meaning of it," cried the lady, sweeping intothe room with a proud, set face. "You have forced me, against my ownjudgment, to tell you, and now we must both make the best of it. Myhusband died at Atlanta. My child survived."
3.  "Certainly it will come out."
4.  "You have clearly gone pretty deeply into my affairs or I should nothave found you where I did. Therefore, you know already, in allprobability, that I am running a dark horse for the Derby and thateverything depends upon my success. If I win, all is easy. If Ilose- well, I dare not think of that!"
5.  "Not for worlds. But why were you doing this?"
6.  "For my sake?"


1.  "Unfortunately, madam, I had no possible alternative. I have beencommissioned to recover this immensely important paper. I musttherefore ask you, madam, to be kind enough to place it in my hands."The lady sprang to her feet, with the colour all dashed in aninstant from her beautiful face. Her eyes glazed- she tottered- Ithought that she would faint. Then with a grand effort she ralliedfrom the shock, and a supreme astonishment and indignation chasedevery other expression from her features.
2.  Witness: It was.
3.  "Well, Wilson, any news?"
4.  There was not much, but there was enough- an empty phial, anothernearly full, a hypodermic syringe, several letters in a crabbed,foreign hand. The marks on the envelopes showed that they were thosewhich had disturbed the routine of the secretary, and each was datedfrom the Commercial Road and signed "A. Dorak." They were mereinvoices to say that a fresh bottle was being sent to ProfessorPresbury, or receipt to acknowledge money. There was one otherenvelope, however, in a more educated band and bearing the Austrianstamp with the postmark of Prague. "Here we have our material!"cried Holmes as he tore out the enclosure.
5.  "But you haven't helped me. You have made the affair far moredifficult. What sort of burglars are they who steal silver and thenthrow it into the nearest pond?"
6.  "But what does it all mean?" I asked.


1.  "I entered, and I took you into my confidence as to thesuggestions of the side table. Of the centre table I could makenothing, until in your description of Gilchrist you mentioned thathe was a long-distance jumper. Then the whole thing came to me in aninstant, and I only needed certain corroborative proofs, which Ispeedily obtained.
2.  "Exactly," said I. "A plausible lawyer could make it out as an actof self-defence. There may be a hundred crimes in the background,but it is only on this one that they can be tried."
3.  "Certainly not!" he cried. "But it has the hotel mark upon it! Ha,it must have been written by that tall Englishman who came in afteryou had gone. He said-"
4.  "How far is this crypt from the house?" asked Holmes.
5.   "And she was seen walking with this very woman afterwards?""Yes. That is what Mr. Lestrade, of Scotland Yard, looks upon asso serious. It is thought that Flora decoyed my wife out and laid someterrible trap for her."
6.  Such was the remarkable narrative to which I listened on thatApril evening- a narrative which would have been utterly incredible tome had it not been confirmed by the actual sight of the tall, sparefigure and the keen, eager face, which I had never thought to seeagain. In some manner he had learned of my own sad bereavement, andhis sympathy was shown in his manner rather than in his words. "Workis the best antidote to sorrow, my dear Watson," said he; "and Ihave a piece of work for us both to-night which, if we can bring it toa successful conclusion, will in itself justify a man's life on thisplanet." In vain I begged him to tell me more. "You will hear andsee enough before morning," he answered. "We have three years of thepast to discuss. Let that suffice until half-past nine, when westart upon the notable adventure of the empty house."


1.  "Pray sit down," said Sherlock Holmes. "We shall, I fancy, have agood deal to discuss." He took up his sheets of foolscap. "You are, ofcourse, the Mr. John Garrideb mentioned in this document. But surelyyou have been in England some time?"
2.  "Now, Watson," said Holmes, as a tall dog-cart dashed up through thegloom, throwing out two golden tunnels of yellow light from its sidelanterns. "You'll come with me, won't you?"
3.  "One moment- one moment!" cried a querulous voice, and we lookedup to find a queer little old man, jerking and twitching in thedoorway. He was dressed in rusty black, with a very broad-brimmedtop-hat and a loose white necktie- the whole effect being that of avery rustic parson or of an undertaker's mute. Yet, in spite of hisshabby and even absurd appearance, his voice had a sharp crackle,and his manner a quick intensity which commanded attention."Who are you, sir, and by what right do you touch this gentleman'spapers?" he asked.
4、  And this was the singular case of the Grecian Interpreter, theexplanation of which is still involved in some mystery. We were ableto find out, by communicating with the gentleman who had answeredthe advertisement, that the unfortunate young lady came of a wealthyGrecian family, and that she had been on a visit to some friends inEngland. While there she had met a young man named Harold Latimer, whohad acquired an ascendency over her and had eventually persuaded herto fly with him. Her friends, shocked at the event, had contentedthemselves with informing her brother at Athens, and had then washedtheir hands of the matter. The brother, on his arrival in England, hadimprudently placed himself in the power of Latimer and of hisassociate, whose name was Wilson Kemp-a man of the foulestantecedents. These two, finding that through his ignorance of thelanguage he was helpless in their hands, had kept him a prisoner,and had endeavoured by cruelty and starvation to make him sign awayhis own and his sister's property. They had kept him in the housewithout the girl's knowledge, and the plaster over the face had beenfor the purpose of making recognition difficult in case she shouldever catch a glimpse of him. Her feminine perceptions, however, hadinstantly seen through the disguise when, on the occasion of theinterpreter's visit, she had seen him for the first time. The poorgirl, however, was herself a prisoner, for there was no one aboutthe house except the man who acted as coachman, and his wife, bothof whom were tools of the conspirators. Finding that their secretwas out, and that their prisoner was not to be coerced, the twovillains with the girl had fled away at a few hours' notice from thefurnished house which they had hired, having first, as they thought,taken vengeance both upon the man who had defied and the one who hadbetrayed them.
5、  "No. I had not been back to Woking between getting the order andexecuting the commission."




  • 陶军红 08-06

      "I have found out everything!"

  • 李律师 08-06

      "I felt angry at having been tricked by so elaborate a story as thatwhich he had told me. 'I was admiring your fuller's-earth,' said I; 'Ithink that I should be better able to advise you as to your machine ifI knew what the exact purpose was for which it was used.'"The instant that I uttered the words I regretted the rashness of myspeech. His face set hard, and a baleful light sprang up in his grayeyes.

  • 王穉登 08-06

       "Were they all fastened this morning?"

  • 康瑞峰 08-06

      "Lady Frances," he continued, "is the sole survivor of the directfamily of the late Earl of Rufton. The estates went, as you mayremember, in the male line. She was left with limited means, butwith some very remarkable old Spanish jewellery of silver andcuriously cut diamonds to which she was fondly attached- too attached,for she refused to leave them with her banker and always carriedthem about with her. A rather pathetic figure, the Lady Frances, abeautiful woman, still in fresh middle age, and yet, by a strangechance, the last derelict of what only twenty years ago was a goodlyfleet."

  • 龚晨 08-05

    {  "A likely story! As if a man bent on felony would slam his door soas to wake a household. What did they say, then, of thedisappearance of these gems?"

  • 杨文娟 08-04

      "We must define the situation a little more clearly. It may bearsome more innocent interpretation. Come, Watson, let us go acrossourselves and see what we can make of it."}

  • 陈严法 08-04

      compelled to eat it."

  • 姜锡柱 08-04

      "I am an accountant," said Holmes.

  • 瞿颖 08-03

       He spoke now with a feverish energy, the long hands twitching andjerking as he motioned me away.

  • 陈军 08-01

    {  "The paper! Of course!" yelled Holmes in a paroxysm of excitement."Idiot that I was! I thought so much of our visit that the paper neverentered my head for an instant. To be sure, the secret must liethere." He flattened it out upon the table, and a cry of triumph burstfrom his lips. "Look at this, Watson," he cried. 'It is a Londonpaper, an early edition of the Evening Standard. Here is what we want.Look at the headlines: 'Crime in the City. Murder at Mawson &Williams's. Gigantic Attempted Robbery. Capture of the Criminal.'Here, Watson, we are all equally anxious to hear it, so kindly read italoud to us."

  • 王立志 08-01

      "This matter, from what you say, seems to have been a shock to heralso."