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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "My dear sir, the problem had become a very simple one. If it were aseaman, it could only be a seaman who had been with him on the SeaUnicorn. So far as I could learn he had sailed in no other ship. Ispent three days in wiring to Dundee, and at the end of that time Ihad ascertained the names of the crew of the Sea Unicorn in 1883. WhenI found Patrick Cairns among the harpooners, my research was nearingits end. I argued that the man was probably in London, and that hewould desire to leave the country for a time. I therefore spent somedays in the East End, devised an Arctic expedition, put forth temptingterms for harpooners who would serve under Captain Basil- and beholdthe result!"
2.  "Oh, my night could not be called monotonous," said he, and laughed.He laughed very heartily, with a high, ringing note, leaning back inhis chair and shaking his sides. All my medical instincts rose upagainst that laugh.
3.  "But how did you gain them?"
4.  "'So you think.'
5.  "We ascended to his study, and he laid the debris before me. I couldunderstand his regarding it as of small importance when I looked atit, for the metal was almost black and the stones lustreless and dull.I rubbed one of them on my sleeve, however, and it glowed afterwardslike a spark in the dark hollow of my hand. The metal work was inthe form of a double ring, but it had been bent and twisted out of itsoriginal shape.
6.  "Oh, my night could not be called monotonous," said he, and laughed.He laughed very heartily, with a high, ringing note, leaning back inhis chair and shaking his sides. All my medical instincts rose upagainst that laugh.


1.  "Lord Cantlemere, sir."
2.  "Do you keep plate in the house, or anything to attract burglars?""Nothing of value."
3.  The banker recoiled in horror. "I should not dream of trying,"said he.
4.  "I was sure that you would see it in that light," he purred."At the same time," Holmes continued, "Lady Eva is not a wealthywoman. I assure you that two thousand pounds would be a drain upon herresources, and that the sum you name is utterly beyond her power. Ibeg, therefore, that you will moderate your demands, and that you willreturn the letters at the price I indicate, which is, I assure you,the highest that you can get."
5.  "By an inspection of the trains, and by reckoning the time. Thelocal police had to be called in, they had to communicate withScotland Yard, Hopkins had to go out, and he in turn had to send forme. All that makes a fair night's work. Well, here we are atChiselhurst Station, and we shall soon set our doubts at rest."A drive of a couple of miles through narrow country lanes brought usto a park gate, which was opened for us by an old lodge-keeper,whose haggard face bore the reflection of some great disaster. Theavenue ran through a noble park, between lines of ancient elms, andended in a low, widespread house, pillared in front after thefashion of Palladio. The central part was evidently of a great age andshrouded in ivy, but the large windows showed that modern changeshad been carried out, and one wing of the house appeared to beentirely new. The youthful figure and alert, eager face of InspectorStanley Hopkins confronted us in the open doorway.
6.  "For my education, Holmes."


1.  "'These are coins of Charles the First,' said he, holding out thefew which had been in the box; 'you see we were right in fixing ourdate for the Ritual.'
2.  "'That's not quite good enough,' answered Forbes. 'We have reason tobelieve that you have taken a paper of importance from the ForeignOffice, and that you ran in here to dispose of it. You must comeback with us to Scotland Yard to be searched.'
3.  "Yes," said I. "You have not made it clear what was ColonelMoran's motive in murdering the Honourable Ronald Adair?""Ah! my dear Watson, there we come into those realms ofconjecture, where the most logical mind may be at fault. Each may formhis own hypothesis upon the present evidence, and yours is as likelyto be correct as mine."
4.  "It would appear so."
5.   "What's this, Watson? Eh? What's this? Record of a series ofmessages in the advertisements of a paper. Daily Telegraph agonycolumn by the print and paper. Right-hand top corner of a page. Nodates- but messages arrange themselves. This must be the first:"Hoped to hear sooner. Terms agreed to. Write fully to address givenon card. "PIERROT."Next comes:
6.  "It had an ugly sound," I answered.


1.  "Where is the gentleman to whom you are engaged?" he asked at last."He is in the Midland Electrical Company, at Coventry.""He would not pay you a surprise visit?"
2.  "Let us have everything in its due order." Holmes thrust his longthin legs out towards the fire and composed himself to listen."In the first place, I may say that I have met, on the whole, withno actual ill-treatment from Mr. and Mrs. Rucastle. It is only fair tothem to say that. But I cannot understand them, and I am not easy inmy mind about them."
3.  "What a fool I have been!" he cried. "Of course, it is as you say.Then 'J.H.N.' are the only initials we have to solve. I have alreadyexamined the old Stock Exchange lists, and I can find no one in1883, either in the house or among the outside brokers, whose initialscorrespond with these. Yet I feel that the clue is the mostimportant one that I hold. You will admit, Mr. Holmes, that there is apossibility that these initials are those of the second person who waspresent- in other words, of the murderer. I would also urge that theintroduction into the case of a document relating to large masses ofvaluable securities gives us for the first time some indication of amotive for the crime."
4、  "Equally childish. You are in the habit of doing up your boots ina certain way. I see them on this occasion fastened with anelaborate double bow, which is not your usual method of tying them.You have, therefore, had them off. Who has tied them? A bootmaker-or the boy at the bath. It is unlikely that it is the bootmaker, sinceyour boots are nearly new. Well, what remains? The bath. Absurd, is itnot? But, for all that, the Turkish bath has served a purpose.""What is that?"
5、  Murdoch's face flushed with anger. "I am your subordinate, sir,under your roof. I am not aware that I owe you any account of myprivate actions."




  • 艾伊 08-05

      Sherlock Holmes was rubbing his hands and chuckling as he added thisbizarre incident to his collection of strange episodes."Your experience is, so far as I know, perfectly unique!" said he."May I ask, sir, what you did then?"

  • 刘晓梅 08-05

      "Then without it." With a quick movement Holmes pushed the fellow toone side and passed into the hall. A door half opened stoodimmediately before us. We entered. It was the dining-room. On thetable, under a half-lit chandelier, the coffin was lying. Holmesturned up the gas and raised the lid. Deep down in the recesses of thecoffin lay an emaciated figure. The glare from the lights above beatdown upon an aged and withered face. By no possible process ofcruelty, starvation, or disease could this wornout wreck be thestill beautiful Lady Frances. Holmes's face showed his amazement andalso his relief.

  • 谢炜麒 08-05

       "And why, sir?"

  • 李春梅 08-05

      "Speaking as a medical man," said I, "it appears to be a case for analienist. The old gentleman's cerebralo processes were disturbed bythe love affair. He made a journey abroad in the hope of breakinghimself of the passion. His letters and the box may be connectedwith some other private transaction- a loan, perhaps, or sharecertificates, which are in the box."

  • 李明 08-04

    {  He was a fine creature, this man of the old English soil-simple,straight, and gentle, with his great, earnest blue eyes and broad,comely face. His love for his wife and his trust in her shone in hisfeatures. Holmes had listened to his story with the utmostattention, and now he sat for some time in silent thought."Don't you think, Mr. Cubitt," said he, at last, "that your bestplan would be to make a direct appeal to your wife, and to ask herto share her secret with you?"

  • 伊古兹 08-03

      "The London press has not had very full accounts. I have just beenlooking through all the recent papers in order to master theparticulars. It seems, from what I gather, to be one of those simplecases which are so extremely difficult."}

  • 武丁 08-03

      He relaxed the austerity of his manner.

  • 张畅 08-03

      "'Well, what then?' he asked.

  • 蒋干 08-02

       "Look at this map. This dark square is the Priory School. I'll put apin in it. Now, this line is the main road. You see that it runseast and west past the school, and you see also that there is noside road for a mile either way. If these two folk passed away byroad, it was this road." (See illustration.)

  • 赵淑萍 07-31

    {  The station-master laughed heartily. "No, sir, Dr. Becher is anEnglishman, and there isn't a man in the parish who has a better-linedwaistcoat. But he has a gentleman staying with him, a patient, as Iunderstand, who is a foreigner, and he looks as if a little goodBerkshire beef would do him no harm."

  • 西-武汉 07-31

      "Well, there's no need for me to dwell on that part of it. Youknow now what James Barclay was capable of. Bhurtee was relieved byNeill next day, but the rebels took me away with them in theirretreat, and it was many a long year before ever I saw a white faceagain. I was tortured and tried to get away, and was captured andtortured again. You can see for yourselves the state in which I wasleft. Some of them that fled into Nepal took me with them, and thenafterwards I was up past Darjeeling. The hill-folk up there murderedthe rebels who had me, and I became their slave for a time until Iescaped; but instead of going south I had to go north, until I foundmyself among the Afghans. There I wandered about for many a year,and at last came back to the Punjab, where I lived mostly among thenatives and picked up a living by the conjuring tricks that I hadlearned. What use was it for me, a wretched cripple, to go back toEngland or to make myself known to my old comrades? Even my wish forrevenge would not make me do that. I had rather that Nancy and myold pals should think of Harry Wood as having died with a straightback, than see him living and crawling with a stick like a chimpanzee.They never doubted that I was dead, and I meant that they nevershould. I heard that Barclay had married Nancy, and that he was risingrapidly in the regiment, but even that did not make me speak."But when one gets old one has a longing for home. For years I'vebeen dreaming of the bright green fields and the hedges of England. Atlast I determined to see them before I died. I saved enough to bringme across, and then I came here where the soldiers are, for I knowtheir ways and how to amuse them and so earn enough to keep me.""Your narrative is most interesting," said Sherlock Holmes. "Ihave already heard of your meeting with Mrs. Barclay, and yourmutual recognition. You then, as I understand, followed her home andsaw through the window an altercation between her husband and her,in which she doubtless cast his conduct to you in his teeth. Yourown feelings overcame you, and you ran across the lawn and broke inupon them."