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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I didn't know it."
2.  "Do you not think, then, that he might have been trying tostraighten it?"
3.  "Yes, sir, that be the house of Dr. Grimesby Roylott," remarkedthe driver.
4.  Holmes turned over the leaves of the book upon his knee."Here it is," said he presently:
5.  "I should be proud to feel that we were acting together, Mr.Holmes," said the inspector, earnestly.
6.  "What is your plan, then?" asked Holmes as he walked down the darktree-lined road.


1.  "Let us take it link by link. There is, on the face of it, somethingunnatural about this strange and sudden friendship between the youngSpaniard and Scott Eccles. It was the former who forced the pace. Hecalled upon Eccles at the other end of London on the very day after hefirst met him, and he kept in close touch with him until he got himdown to Esher. Now, what did he want with Eccles? What could Ecclessupply? I see no charm in the man. He is not particularly intelligent-not a man likely to be congenial to a quick-witted Latin. Why, then,was he picked out from all the other people whom Garcia met asparticularly suited to his purpose? Has he any one outstandingquality? I say that he has. He is the very type of conventionalBritish respectability, and the very man as a witness to impressanother Briton. You saw yourself how neither of the inspectors dreamedof questioning his statement, extraordinary as it was.""But what was he to witness?"
2.  "'Well done, well done! No ill-will, Mr. Melas, I hope, but we couldnot get on without you. If you deal fair with us you'll not regret it,but if you try any tricks, God help you!' He spoke in a nervous, jerkyfashion, and with little giggling laughs in between, but somehow heimpressed me with fear more than the other.
3.  "I think a year at sea would be my prescription for Master Jacky,"said Holmes, rising from his chair. "Only one thing is stillclouded, madame. We can quite understand your attacks upon MasterJacky. There is a limit to a mother's patience. But how did you dareto leave the child these last two days?"
4.  "I was smoking in my dressing-room."
5.  "One moment," said Holmes. "Where does this path lead to?""To the road."
6.  "Well?"


1.  "I am sure, sir, it was only my practical joke."
2.  "Where are we going to now?" I asked as we left the office."We are now going to interview Lord Holdhurst, the cabinetminister and future premier of England."
3.  "'Brunton, the butler, was in the library. He was sitting, fullydressed, in an easy-chair, with a slip of paper which looked like amap upon his knee, and his forehead sunk forward upon his hand in deepthought. I stood dumb with astonishment, watching him from thedarkness. A small taper on the edge of the table shed a feeble lightwhich sufficed to show me that he was fully dressed. Suddenly, as Ilooked, he rose from his chair, and, walking over to a bureau at theside, he unlocked it and drew out one of the drawers. From this hetook a paper, and, returning to his seat, he flattened it out besidethe taper on the edge of the table and began to study it with minuteattention. My indignation at this calm examination of our familydocuments overcame me so far that I took a step forward, andBrunton, looking up, saw me standing in the doorway. He sprang tohis feet, his face turned livid with fear, and he thrust into hisbreast the chart-like paper which he had been originally studying."'"So!" said I. "'"This is how you repay the trust which we havereposed in you. You will leave my service to-morrow."
4.  "Certainly."
5.   Holmes laughed good-naturedly.
6.  "'I am sure that I do not know.'


1.  Mr. Holmes smiled amiably.
2.  "`But,' said I, `there would be millions of red-headed men whowould apply.'
3.  Our visitor was greatly disturbed. His large, sensitive face wasdarkened with emotion and disappointment.
4、  The woman shook her head.
5、  Holmes had looked annoyed, but his brow cleared, and he clapped meon the shoulder.




  • 徐慧珠 08-08


  • 李国孩 08-08

      For answer Holmes clapped the hat upon his head. It cameright over the forehead and settled upon the bridge of his nose."It is a question of cubic capacity," said he; "a man with solarge a brain must have something in it."

  • 杨步月 08-08

       "Well, that gives us a limit. Our lady enters this room, and whatdoes she do? She goes over to the writing-table. What for? Not foranything in the drawers. If there had been anything worth hertaking, it would surely have been locked up. No, it was forsomething in that wooden bureau. Halloa! what is that scratch upon theface of it? Just hold a match, Watson. Why did you not tell me ofthis, Hopkins?"

  • 黄冉 08-08

      "Yes; one of my natural enemies, or, shall I say, my natural prey.Briefly, Watson, I am in the midst of a very remarkable inquiry, and Ihave hoped to find a clue in the incoherent ramblings of these sots,as I have done before now. Had I been recognized in that den my lifewould not have been worth an hour's purchase; for I have used itbefore now for my own purposes, and the rascally lascar who runs ithas sworn to have vengeance upon me. There is a trap-door at theback of that building, near the corner of Paul's Wharf, which couldtell some strange tales of what has passed through it upon themoonless nights."

  • 葛从友 08-07

    {  "'I am sure that I do not know.'

  • 唐书俊 08-06

      "I have trusted you too long, Effie," he cried sternly. "Leave go ofme! I must pass you. My friends and I are going to settle thismatter once and forever!" He pushed her to one side, and we followedclosely after him. As he threw the door open an old woman ran out infront of him and tried to bar his passage, but he thrust her back, andan instant afterwards we were all upon the stairs. Grant Munrorushed into the lighted room at the top, and we entered at his heels.It was a cosy, well-furnished apartment, with two candles burningupon the table and two upon the mantelpiece. In the corner, stoopingover a desk, there sat what appeared to be a little girl. Her face wasturned away as we entered, but we could see that she was dressed ina red frock, and that she had long white gloves on. As she whiskedround to us, I gave a cry of surprise and horror. The face which sheturned towards us was of the strangest livid tint, and the featureswere absolutely devoid of any expression. An instant later the mysterywas explained. Holmes, with a laugh, passed his hand behind thechild's ear, a mask peeled off from her countenance, and there was alittle coal-black negress, with all her white teeth flashing inamusement at our amazed faces. I burst out laughing, out of sympathywith her merriment; but Grant Munro stood staring, with his handclutching his throat.}

  • 洪川 08-06

      "I did not say a probable one. But you do not yourself look uponthis as likely?"

  • 孔晓宏 08-06

      "The impression of his right foot was always less distinct thanhis left. He put less weight upon it. Why? Because he limped-he waslame."

  • 马克·麦克利尼 08-05

       "You remember that a stonemason, named Slater, walking from ForestRow about one o'clock in the morning- two days before the murder-stopped as he passed the grounds and looked at the square of lightstill shining among the trees. He swears that the shadow of a man'shead turned sideways was clearly visible on the blind, and that thisshadow was certainly not that of Peter Carey, whom he knew well. Itwas that of a bearded man, but the beard was short and bristledforward in a way very different from that of the captain. So hesays, but he had been two hours in the public-house, and it is somedistance from the road to the window. Besides, this refers to theMonday, and the crime was done upon the Wednesday.

  • 杜汉 08-03

    {  "That won't help us much. We've got to make up our minds what todo."

  • 邱吴 08-03

      "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.