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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "And the practice?"
2.  "The board-schools."
3.  Sherlock Holmes preserved his calm professional manner until ourvisitor had left us, although it was easy for me, who knew him sowell, to see that he was profoundly excited. The moment that HiltonCubitt's broad back had disappeared through the door my comrade rushedto the table, laid out all the slips of paper containing dancing menin front of him, and threw himself into an intricate and elaboratecalculation. For two hours I watched him as he covered sheet aftersheet of paper with figures and letters, so completely absorbed in histask that he had evidently forgotten my presence. Sometimes he wasmaking progress and whistled and sang at his work; sometimes he waspuzzled, and would sit for long spells with a furrowed brow and avacant eye. Finally he sprang from his chair with a cry ofsatisfaction, and walked up and down the room rubbing his handstogether. Then he wrote a long telegram upon a cable form. "If myanswer to this is as I hope, you will have a very pretty case to addto your collection, Watson," said he. "I expect that we shall beable to go down to Norfolk tomorrow, and to take our friend somevery definite news as to the secret of his annoyance."
4.  "And how?"
5.  "No, sir, my son."
6.  "All this occurred during the first month of the long vacation. Iwent up to my London rooms, where I spent seven weeks working out afew experiments in organic chemistry. One day, however, when theautumn was far advanced and the vacation drawing to a close, Ireceived a telegram from my friend imploring me to return toDonnithorpe, and saying that he was in great need of my advice andassistance. Of course I dropped everything and set out for the Northonce more.


1.  "Since four o'clock."
2.  "'Kindly let me see them.'
3.  "At last I saw a vacancy at Mawson & Williams's, the greatstock-broking firm in Lombard Street. I dare say E. C. is not muchin your line, but I can tell you that this is about the richesthouse in London. The advertisement was to be answered by letteronly. I sent in my testimonial and application, but without theleast hope of getting it. Back came an answer by return, saying thatif I would appear next Monday I might take over my new duties at once,provided that my appearance was satisfactory. No one knows how thesethings are worked. Some people say that the manager just plunges hishand into the heap and takes the first that comes. Anyhow it was myinnings that time, and I don't ever wish to feel better pleased. Thescrew was a pound a week rise, and the duties just about the same asat Coxon's.
4.  When I look at the three massive manuscript volumes which containour work for the year 1894, I confess that it is very difficult forme, out of such a wealth of material, to select the cases which aremost interesting in themselves, and at the same time most conducive toa display of those peculiar powers for which my friend was famous.As I turn over the pages, I see my notes upon the repulsive story ofthe red leech and the terrible death of Crosby, the banker. Herealso I find an account of the Addleton tragedy, and the singularcontents of the ancient British barrow. The famous Smith-Mortimersuccession case comes also within this period, and so does thetracking and arrest of Huret, the Boulevard assassin- an exploit whichwon for Holmes an autograph letter of thanks from the French Presidentand the Order of the Legion of Honour. Each of these would furnish anarrative, but on the whole I am of opinion that none of them unitesso many singular points of interest as the episode of Yoxley OldPlace, which includes not only the lamentable death of youngWilloughby Smith, but also those subsequent developments which threwso curious a light upon the causes of the crime.
6.  "'Have you kept in touch with the market while you have been outof work?' he asked.


1.  "You will think, Mr. Holmes, that I returned to my chair in novery happy state of mind. The old man's words seemed to me to bearonly one interpretation. Clearly my poor friend had become involved insome criminal or, at the least, disreputable transaction which touchedthe family honour. That stern old man had sent his son away and hiddenhim from the world lest some scandal should come to light. Godfrey wasa reckless fellow. He was easily influenced by those around him. Nodoubt he had fallen into bad hands and been misled to his ruin. It wasa piteous business, if it was indeed so, but even now it was my dutyto hunt him out and see if I could aid him. I was anxiouslypondering the matter when I looked up, and there was GodfreyEmsworth standing before me."
2.  "Why, Holmes, you had only two yesterday."
3.  Holmes looked round him with curiosity.
4.  "I hope so, Mr. Holmes. That is my one object. Does Dr. Watsonknow the situation?"
5.   "Quick, Watson, quick! Get it back again!" The wooden lid wasreplaced, and the drugget had only just been drawn straight whenLestrade's voice was heard in the passage. He found Holmes leaninglanguidly against the mantelpiece, resigned and patient,endeavouring to conceal his irrepressible yawns.
6.  1893


1.  "By George! it's Black Gorgiano himself!" cried the Americandetective. "Someone has got ahead of us this time."
2.  "I have not yet made up my mind."
3.  "Georgian, beyond doubt."
4、  "No, I have not."
5、  "So far I had got when we went to visit the scene of action.I surprised you by beating upon the pavement with my stick. I wasascertaining whether the cellar stretched out in front or behind.It was not in front. Then I rang the bell, and, as I hoped, theassistant answered it. We have had some skirmishes, but we hadnever set eyes upon each other before. I hardly looked at hisface. His knees were what I wished to see. You must yourselfhave remarked how worn, wrinkled, and stained they were. Theyspoke of those hours of burrowing. The only remaining point waswhat they were burrowing for. I walked round the corner, saw theCity and Suburban Bank abutted on our friend's premises, and feltthat I had solved my problem. When you drove home after theconcert I called upon Scotland Yard and upon the chairman of thebank directors, with the result that you have seen."




  • 李孜省 08-05

      "But you told me to examine it."

  • 于敬明 08-05

      "'You shall leave it in the hands of the police!' I cried,half-mad with grief and rage. 'I shall have this matter probed tothe bottom.'

  • 陈秀娟 08-05

       "No, thank you, sir. I breakfasted before I came round. I spentthe night in town, for I came up yesterday to report."

  • 许颖 08-05

      "I thank you," said the young man, rising and pulling on hisovercoat. "You have given me fresh life and hope. I shallcertainly do as you advise."

  • 燕姿 08-04

    {  "Well, I can't possibly leave you."

  • 匡河路 08-03

      "Joseph!" ejaculated Phelps.}

  • 张丛博 08-03

      "Good. You could keep up an intelligent conversation on thesubject?"

  • 杜志明 08-03

      "It's a business that needs delicate treatment," said Holmes. "Thesedocuments are contained in a safe in the fellow's study, and the studyis the ante-room of his bed-chamber. On the other hand, like all thesestout, little men who do themselves well, he is a plethoric sleeper.Agatha- that's my fiancee- says it is a joke in the servants' hallthat it's impossible to wake the master. He has a secretary who isdevoted to his interests, and never budges from the study all day.That's why we are going at night. Then he has a beast of a dog whichroams the garden. I met Agatha late the last two evenings, and shelocks the brute up so as to give me a clear run. This is the house,this big one in its own grounds. Through the gate- now to the rightamong the laurels. We might put on our masks here, I think. You see,there is not a glimmer of light in any of the windows, andeverything is working splendidly."

  • 朱家彬 08-02

       "`Oh, never mind about that, Mr. Wilson!' said Vincent

  • 郭双喜 07-31

    {  "You see, Watson," he explained in the early hours of themorning as we sat over a glass of whisky and soda in Baker Street,"it was perfectly obvious from the first that the only possibleobject of this rather fantastic business of the advertisement ofthe League, and the copying of the Encyclopaedia, must be to getthis not over-bright pawnbroker out of the way for a number ofhours every day. It was a curious way of managing it, but,really, it would be difficult to suggest a better. The method wasno doubt suggested to Clay's ingenious mind by the colour of hisaccomplice's hair. The 4 pound a week was a lure which must draw him,and what was it to them, who were playing for thousands? They putin the advertisement, one rogue has the temporary office, theother rogue incites the man to apply for it, and together theymanage to secure his absence every morning in the week. From thetime that I heard of the assistant having come for half wages, itwas obvious to me that he had some strong motive for securing thesituation."

  • 道格 07-31

      "It is the purest accident. I cannot allow that there is anyhumiliation."