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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The beautiful Italian looked with awe at my companion.
2.  The reaction of joy was as passionate as his grief had been, andhe hugged his recovered gems to his bosom.
3.  When we descended I followed Holmes into the stable yard, where heopened the door of a loose-box and led out a squat, lop-eared,white-and-tan dog, something between a beagle and a foxhound."Let me introduce you to Pompey," said he. "Pompey is the pride ofthe local draghounds- no very great flier, as his build will show, buta staunch hound on a scent. Well, Pompey, you may not be fast, but Iexpect you will be too fast for a couple of middle-aged Londongentlemen, so I will take the liberty of fastening this leatherleash to your collar. Now, boy, come along, and show what you can do."He led him across to the doctor's door. The dog sniffed round for aninstant, and then with a shrill whine of excitement started off downthe street, tugging at his leash in his efforts to go faster. Inhalf an hour, we were clear of the town and hastening down a countryroad.
4.  Nov. 21st.
5.  Come at once if convenient- if inconvenient come all the same.S.H.
6.  "And found a cause for the crime."


1.  "If necessary."
2.  "Oh, what an ass I have been!" I exclaimed.
3.  "On May 1st the boy arrived, that being the beginning of thesummer term. He was a charming youth, and he soon fell into ourways. I may tell you- I trust that I am not indiscreet, buthalf-confidences are absurd in such a case- that he was not entirelyhappy at home. It is an open secret that the Duke's married life hadnot been a peaceful one, and the matter had ended in a separation bymutual consent, the Duchess taking up her residence in the south ofFrance. This had occurred very shortly before, and the boy'ssympathies are known to have been strongly with his mother. He mopedafter her departure from Holdernesse Hall, and it was for thisreason that the Duke desired to send him to my establishment. In afortnight the boy was quite at home with us and was apparentlyabsolutely happy.
4.  "You have other injuries, madam! What is this?" Two vivid redspots stood out on one of the white, round limbs. She hastilycovered it.
5.  "I have done no harm."
6.  When the nobleman and his secretary had left, my friend flunghimself at once with characteristic eagerness into the investigation.The boy's chamber was carefully examined, and yielded nothing savethe absolute conviction that it was only through the window that hecould have escaped. The German master's room and effects gave nofurther clue. In his case a trailer of ivy had given way under hisweight, and we saw by the light of a lantern the mark on the lawnwhere his heels had come down. That one dint in the short, green grasswas the only material witness left of this inexplicable nocturnalflight.


1.  "My dear sir, it is painful for me to discuss it, but if the moneyis not paid on the 14th, there certainly will be no marriage on the18th." His insufferable smile was more complacent than ever.Holmes thought for a little.
2.  "What is the meaning of it all, Mr. Holmes?"
3.  "And now I made a very careful examination of the corner of paperwhich the inspector had submitted to us. It was at once clear to methat it formed part of a very remarkable document. Here it is. Doyou not now observe something very suggestive about it?""It has a very irregular look," said the colonel.
5.   "Tut, tut! This sounds serious. It would be inhuman not to answerhis call. I very much resent any interruption to my work, Dr.Watson, but this case is certainly exceptional. I will come with youat once."
6.  "Have you informed the sender?"


1.  We had pulled up in front of a large villa which stood within itsown grounds. A stable-boy had run out to the horse's head, andspringing down I followed Holmes up the small, winding gravel-drivewhich led to the house. As we approached, the door flew open, and alittle blonde woman stood in the opening' clad in some sort of lightmousseline de soie, with a touch of fluffy pink chiffon at her neckand wrists. She stood with her figure outlined against the flood oflight, one hand upon the door, one half-raised in her eagerness, herbody slightly bent, her head and face protruded, with eager eyes andparted lips, a standing question.
2.  "One moment, Gregson," said Holmes. "I rather fancy that this ladymay be as anxious to give us information as we can be to get it. Youunderstand, madam, that your husband will be arrested and tried forthe death of the man who lies before us? What you say may be used inevidence. But if you think that he has acted from motives which arenot criminal, and which he would wish to have known, then you cannotserve him better than by telling us the whole story."
3.  "Yes. Tell Shinwell Johnson to get that girl out of the way. Thosebeauties will be after her now. They know, of course, that she waswith me in the case. If they dared to do me in it is not likely theywill neglect her. That is urgent. Do it to-night."
4、  A moment later our modest apartment, already so distinguished thatmorning, was further honoured by the entrance of the most lovely womanin London. I had often heard of the beauty of the youngest daughter ofthe Duke of Belminster, but no description of it, and no contemplationof colourless photographs, had prepared me for the subtle, delicatecharm and the beautiful colouring of that exquisite head. And yet aswe saw it that autumn morning, it was not its beauty which would bethe first thing to impress the observer. The cheek was lovely but itwas paled with emotion, the eyes were bright but it was the brightnessof fever, the sensitive mouth was tight and drawn in an effort afterself-command. Terror- not beauty- was what sprang first to the eyeas our fair visitor stood framed for an instant in the open door."Has my husband been here, Mr. Holmes?"
5、  "Yes, sir, it is a blood-stain. I told you that I picked the bookoff the floor."




  • 马克·斯 08-03

      Holmes had read carefully a note which the last post had broughthim. Then, with the dry chuckle which was his nearest approach to alaugh, he tossed it over to me.

  • 杜朋举 08-03

      As he spoke he drew the dog-whip swiftly from the dead man's lap,and throwing the noose round the reptile's neck he drew it from itshorrid perch and, carrying it at arm's length, threw it into theiron safe, which he closed upon it.

  • 吴石 08-03

       "Of coming to conclusions too rapidly."

  • 米纳斯杰拉斯 08-03

      "It was a slight, sir, a public slight," said Lord St. Simon,tapping his fingers upon the table.

  • 陈万里 08-02

    {  "What did you say, Holmes?" I asked.

  • 李昌兵 08-01

      "Any silver?"}

  • 庞某 08-01

      "There was a little passage in front of me, unpapered anduncarpeted, which turned at a right angle at the farther end. Roundthis corner were three doors in a line, the first and third of whichwere open. They each led into an empty room, dusty and cheerless, withtwo windows in the one and one in the other, so thick with dirt thatthe evening light glimmered dimly through them. The centre door wasclosed, and across the outside of it had been fastened one of thebroad bars of an iron bed, padlocked at one end to a ring in the wall,and fastened at the other with stout cord. The door itself waslocked as well, and the key was not there. This barricaded doorcorresponded clearly with the shuttered window outside, and yet Icould see by the glimmer from beneath it that the room was not indarkness. Evidently there was a skylight which let in light fromabove. As I stood in the passage gazing at the sinister door andwondering what secret it might veil, I suddenly heard the sound ofsteps within the room and saw a shadow pass backward and forwardagainst the little slit of dim light which shone out from under thedoor. A mad, unreasoning terror rose up in me at the sight, Mr.Holmes. My overstrung nerves failed me suddenly, and I turned andran-ran as though some dreadful hand were behind me clutching at theskirt of my dress. I rushed down the passage, through the door, andstraight into the arms of Mr. Rucastle, who was waiting outside."'So,' said he, smiling, 'it was you, then. I thought that it mustbe when I saw the door open.'

  • 翟维娅 08-01

      "A very commonplace little murder," said he. "You've got somethingbetter, I fancy. You are the stormy petrel of crime, Watson. What isit?" I handed him the letter, which he read with the most concentratedattention.

  • 渡边利夫 07-31

       "Since four o'clock."

  • 朱红梅 07-29

    {  "There was a pause then for about ten minutes, as if the personwere waiting to see whether the noise had awakened me. Then I hearda gentle creaking as the window was very slowly opened. I couldstand it no longer, for my nerves are not what they used to be. Isprang out of bed and flung open the shutters. A man was crouchingat the window. I could see little of him, for he was gone like aflash. He was wrapped in some sort of cloak which came across thelower part of his face. One thing only I am sure of, and that isthat he had some weapon in his hand. It looked to me like a longknife. I distinctly saw the gleam of it as he turned to run.""This is most interesting," said Holmes. "Pray what did you dothen?"

  • 默里 07-29

      "I think now," said Gregson, rising, "we had best put this matterinto an official shape. You will come round with us to the station,Mr. Scott Eccles, and let us have your statement in writing.""Certainly, I will come at once. But I retain your services, Mr.Holmes. I desire you to spare no expense and no pains to get at thetruth."