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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "'Ah, but I sleep more heavily than you.'
2.  "I am glad you raised the point. It occurred to me at the time.The charwomen are in the habit of taking off their boots at thecommissionaire's office, and putting on list slippers.""That is very clear. There were no marks then, though the nightwas a wet one? The chain of events is certainly one of extraordinaryinterest. What did you do next?"
3.  "What are you doing here?"
4.  "'But this paragon has one fault. He is a bit of a Don Juan, and youcan imagine that for a man like him it is not a very difficult part toplay in a quiet country district. When he was married it was allright, but since he has been a widower we have had no end of troublewith him. A few months ago we were in hopes that he was about tosettle down again, for he became engaged to Rachel Howells, our secondhousemaid; but he has thrown her over since then and taken up withJanet Tregellis, the daughter of the head game-keeper. Rachel-who is avery good girl, but of an excitable Welsh temperament-had a sharptouch of brain-fever and goes about the house now-or did untilyesterday-like a black-eyed shadow of her former self. That was ourfirst drama at Hurlstone; but a second one came to drive it from ourminds, and it was prefaced by the disgrace and dismissal of butlerBrunton.
5.  "Yes; David strayed a little occasionally, you know, and on oneoccasion in the same direction as Sergeant James Barclay. You rememberthe small affair of Uriah and Bathsheba? My Biblical knowledge is atrifle rusty, I fear, but you will find the story in the first orsecond of Samuel."
6.  The Count's knotted brows gathered more heavily over his menacingeyes. "What you say only makes the matter worse. It was not youragents but your play-acting, busybody self! You admit that you havedogged me. Why?"


1.  "What are you going to do now?" asked the Count as Billydisappeared.
2.  "He could have got several thousands for them very easily.""Can you suggest any possible motive for taking the papers to Londonexcept to sell them?"
3.  "Were you present when he opened it?"
4.  It was after tea on a summer evening, and the conversation, whichhad roamed in a desultory, spasmodic fashion from golf clubs to thecauses of the change in the obliquity of the ecliptic, came round atlast to the question of atavism and hereditary aptitudes. The pointunder discussion was, how far any singular gift in an individual wasdue to his ancestry and how far to his own early training."In your own case," said I, "from all that you have told me, itseems obvious that your faculty of observation and your peculiarfacility for deduction are due to your own systematic training.""To some extent" he answered thoughtfully. "My ancestors werecountry squires, who appear to have led much the same life as isnatural to their class. But, none the less, my turn that way is inmy veins, and may have come with my grandmother, who was the sister ofVernet, the French artist. Art in the blood is liable to take thestrangest forms."
5.  "Yes, sir, I have been much perplexed."
6.  "I have no alternative, Mr. Cunningham," said he. "I trust that thismay all prove to be an absurd mistake, but you can see that-Ah,would you? Drop it!" He struck out with his hand, and a revolver whichthe younger man was in the act of cocking clattered down upon thefloor.


1.  "Oh, the fellows evidently grabbed hold of everything they couldget."
2.  "Now, my dear sir," said Holmes, "is it not obvious to you nowthat this matter really strikes very much deeper than either you orthe police were at first inclined to think? It appeared to you to be asimple case; to me it seems exceedingly complex. Consider what isinvolved by your theory. You suppose that your son came down fromhis bed, went, at great risk, to your dressing-room, opened yourbureau, took out your coronet, broke off by main force a small portionof it, went off to some other place, concealed three gems out of thethirty-nine, with such skill that nobody can find them, and thenreturned with the other thirty-six into the room in which he exposedhimself to the greatest danger of being discovered. I ask you now,is such a theory tenable?"
3.  "Yes, and I have no doubt that is her ring."
4.  "I don't know whether you are playing a game with us, Mr. SherlockHolmes," said he. "If you know anything, you can surely say it withoutall this tomfoolery."
5.   "This is astonishing," said I, as I handed back the volume. "Theman's career is that of an honourable soldier."
6.  "Well, was there?"


1.  "Then I will tell you. After throwing down your paper, which was theaction which drew my attention to you, you sat for half a minutewith a vacant expression. Then your eyes fixed themselves upon yournewly framed picture of General Gordon, and I saw by the alteration inyour face that a train of thought had been started. But it did notlead very far. Your eyes flashed across to the unframed portrait ofHenry Ward Beecher which stands upon the top of your books. Then youglanced up at the wall, and of course your meaning was obvious. Youwere thinking that if the portrait were framed it would just coverthat bare space and correspond with Gordon's picture over there.""You have followed me wonderfully!" I exclaimed.
2.  "I don't believe it."
3.  "Once a clergyman, always a clergyman."
4、  "Shall I leave, Percy?" she asked.
5、  But there was no great difficulty in the first stage of myadventure. Upper Swandam Lane is a vile alley lurking behind thehigh wharves which line the north side of the river to the east ofLondon Bridge. Between a slop-shop and a gin-shop, approached by asteep flight of steps leading down to a black gap like the mouth ofa cave, I found the den of which I was in search. Ordering my cab towait, I passed down the steps, worn hollow in the centre by theceaseless tread of drunken feet and by the light of a flickeringoillamp above the door I found the latch and made my way into along, low room, thick and heavy with the brown opium smoke, andterraced with wooden berths, like the forecastle of an emigrant ship.Through the gloom one could dimly catch a glimpse of bodies lying instrange fantastic poses, bowed shoulders, bent knees, heads thrownback, and chins pointing upward, with here and there a dark,lack-lustre eye turned upon the newcomer. Out of the black shadowsthere glimmered little red circles of light, now bright, now faint, asthe burning poison waxed or waned in the bowls of the metal pipes. Themost lay silent, but some muttered to themselves, and others talkedtogether in a strange, low, monotonous voice, their conversationcoming in gushes, and then suddenly tailing off into silence, eachmumbling out his own thoughts and paying little heed to the words ofhis neighbour. At the farther end was a small brazier of burningcharcoal, beside which on a three-legged wooden stool there sat atall, thin old man, with his jaw resting upon his two fists, and hiselbows upon his knees, staring into the fire.




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      "Quite so. Now turn that up in the ledger."

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      "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."

  • 庄爱玲 08-06

       -THE END-

  • 张江洲 08-06

      "As you are aware, Watson, there is no one who knows the highercriminal world of London so well as I do. For years past I havecontinually been conscious of some power behind the malefactor, somedeep organizing power which forever stands in the way of the law,and throws its shield over the wrong-doer. Again and again in cases ofthe most varying sorts-forgery cases, robberies, murders-I have feltthe presence of this force, and I have deduced its action in many ofthose undiscovered crimes in which I have not been personallyconsulted. For years I have endeavoured to break through the veilwhich shrouded it, and at last the time came when I seized my threadand followed it, until it led me, after a thousand cunning windings,to ex-Professor Moriarty, of mathematical celebrity.

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    {  I write these few lines through the courtesy of Mr. Moriarty,who awaits my convenience for the final discussion of thosequestions which lie between us. He has been giving me a sketch ofthe methods by which he avoided the English police and kept himselfinformed of our movements. They certainly confirm the very highopinion which I had formed of his abilities. I am pleased to thinkthat I shall be able to free society from any further effects of hispresence, though I fear that it is at a cost which will give pain tomy friends, and especially, my dear Watson, to you. I have alreadyexplained to you, however, that my career had in any case reachedits crisis, and that no possible conclusion to it could be morecongenial to me than this. Indeed, if I may make a full confessionto you, I was quite convinced that the letter from Meiringen was ahoax, and I allowed you to depart on that errand under thepersuasion that some development of this sort would follow. TellInspector Patterson that the papers which he needs to convict the gangare in pigeonhole M., done up in a blue envelope and inscribed"Moriarty." I made every disposition of my property before leavingEngland and handed it to my brother Mycroft. Pray give my greetings toMrs. Watson, and believe me to be, my dear fellow,

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      "I have them in the hollow of my hand. Young Openshaw shallnot long remain unavenged. Why, Watson, let us put their owndevilish trade-mark upon them. It is well thought of!""What do you mean?"}

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      (See illustration.)

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      "But the eyeglasses?"

  • 张燕 08-03

       "Upon his watch-chain."

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    {  His Lordship shook himself free with some impatience.

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      "But it must be late."