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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Perhaps you would like me to stay there to-night?"
2.  "I'm sure it must look very bad, Mr. Holmes, and I am not aware thatin my whole life such a thing has ever happened before. But I willtell you the whole queer business, and when I have done so you willadmit I am sure, that there has been enough to excuse me."But his narrative was nipped in the bud. There was a bustleoutside, and Mrs. Hudson opened the door to usher in two robust andofficial-looking individuals, one of whom was well known to us asInspector Gregson of Scotland Yard, an energetic, gallant and,within his limitations, a capable officer. He shook hands withHolmes and introduced his comrade as Inspector Baynes, of the SurreyConstabulary.
3.  "Dear me, Holmes!" I cried, "that seemed to me to be the mostdamning incident of all."
4.  The young man took from his waistcoat a crumpled envelope, andturning to the table he shook out upon it five little dried orangepips.
5.  "Yes, sir, he came in."
6.  Our guide's answer was a singular one. He snatched off the darkbeard which had disguised him and threw it on the ground, disclosing along, sallow, clean-shaven face below it. Then he raised hisrevolver and covered the young ruffian, who was advancing upon himwith his dangerous riding crop swinging in his hand.


1.  "If this is a joke, sir, it is a very questionable one," said thevicar angrily. "I have never heard of the gentleman you name, and Ihave not sent a wire to anyone."
2.  It may be that the police resented the intrusion of an amateur, orthat they imagined themselves to be upon some hopeful line ofinvestigation; but it is certain that we heard nothing from them forthe next two days. During this time Holmes spent some of his timesmoking and dreaming in the cottage; but a greater portion incountry walks which he undertook alone, returning after many hourswithout remark as to where he had been. One experiment served toshow me the line of his investigation. He had bought a lamp whichwas the duplicate of the one which had burned in the room ofMortimer Tregennis on the morning of the tragedy. This he filledwith the same oil as that used at the vicarage, and he carefully timedthe period which it would take to be exhausted. Another experimentwhich he made was of a more unpleasant nature, and one which I amnot likely ever to forget.
3.  "To eat it!" Our visitor half rose from his chair in hisexcitement.
4.  But suddenly I was aware of that which his keener senses had alreadydistinguished. A low, stealthy sound came to my ears, not from thedirection of Baker Street, but from the back of the very house inwhich we lay concealed. A door opened and shut. An instant later stepscrept down the passage- steps which were meant to be silent, but whichreverberated harshly through the empty house. Holmes crouched backagainst the wall, and I did the same, my hand closing upon thehandle of my revolver. Peering through the gloom, I saw the vagueoutline of a man, a shade blacker than the blackness of the open door.He stood for an instant, and then he crept forward, crouching,menacing, into the room. He was within three yards of us, thissinister figure, and I had braced myself to meet his spring, beforeI realized that he had no idea of our presence. He passed close besideus, stole over to the window, and very softly and noiselessly raisedit for half a foot. As he sank to the level of this opening, the lightof the street, no longer dimmed by the dusty glass, fell full upon hisface. The man seemed to be beside himself with excitement. His twoeyes shone like stars, and his features were working convulsively.He was an elderly man, with a thin, projecting nose, a high, baldforehead, and a huge grizzled moustache. An opera hat was pushed tothe back of his head, and an evening dress shirt-front gleamed outthrough his open overcoat. His face was gaunt and swarthy, scored withdeep, savage lines. In his hand he carried what appeared to be astick, but as he laid it down upon the floor it gave a metallic clang.Then from the pocket of his overcoat he drew a bulky object, and hebusied himself in some task which ended with a loud, sharp click, asif a spring or bolt had fallen into its place. Still kneeling upon thefloor he bent forward and threw all his weight and strength uponsome lever, with the result that there came a long, whirling, grindingnoise, ending once more in a powerful click. He straightened himselfthen, and I saw that what he held in his hand was a sort of gun,with a curiously misshapen butt. He opened it at the breech, putsomething in, and snapped the breech-lock. Then, crouching down, herested the end of the barrel upon the ledge of the open window, andI saw his long moustache droop over the stock and his eye gleam asit peered along the sights. I heard a little sigh of satisfaction ashe cuddled the butt into his shoulder; and saw that amazing target,the black man on the yellow ground, standing clear at the end of hisforesight. For an instant he was rigid and motionless. Then his fingertightened on the trigger. There was a strange, loud whiz and a long,silvery tinkle of broken glass. At that instant Holmes sprang like atiger on to the marksman's back, and hurled him flat upon his face. Hewas up again in a moment, and with convulsive strength he seizedHolmes by the throat, but I struck him on the head with the butt of myrevolver, and he dropped again upon the floor. I fell upon him, and asI held him my comrade blew a shrill call upon a whistle. There was theclatter of running feet upon the pavement, and two policemen inuniform, with one plain-clothes detective, rushed through the frontentrance and into the room.
5.  "'Ah, smart, smart!' he cried in a kind of ecstasy of delight.'You are the very man for us. You are not to be talked over, and quiteright, too. Now, here's a note for a hundred pounds, and if youthink that we can do business you may just slip it into your pocket asan advance upon your salary.'
6.  "I had got into the way of supposing that you knew everythingwithout being told," said he. "But I will give you the facts, and Ihope to God that you will be able to tell me what they mean. I've beenawake all night puzzling my brain, and the more I think the moreincredible does it become.


1.  The Duke took a pen in his quivering fingers and opened hischeck-book.
2.  Holmes chuckled and wriggled in his chair, as was his habitwhen in high spirits. "It is a little off the beaten track, isn'tit?" said he. "And now, Mr. Wilson, off you go at scratch andtell us all about yourself, your household, and the effect whichthis advertisement had upon your fortunes. You will first make anote, Doctor, of the paper and the date."
3.  "Oh, I have heard-Coldstream Guards."
4.  "Yes, that is final," I involuntarily echoed.
5.   "It is a mercy that you are on the side of the force, and notagainst it, Mr. Holmes," remarked the inspector as he noted the cleverway in which my friend had forced back the catch. "Well, I thinkthat under the circumstances we may enter without an invitation."One after the other we made our way into a large apartment, whichwas evidently that in which Mr. Melas had found himself. The inspectorhad lit his lantern, and by its light we could see the two doors,the curtain, the lamp, and the suit of Japanese mail as he haddescribed them. On the table lay two glasses, an empty
6.  entertaining," said he. "When you go out close the door, for thereis a decided draught."


1.  "Dundee, I suppose?"
2.  "My first conjecture was that possibly there had been somepassages between this young lady and the old soldier, which the formerhad now confessed to the wife. That would account for the angryreturn, and also for the girl's denial that anything had occurred. Norwould it be entirely incompatible with most of the words overheard.But there was the reference to David, and there was the knownaffection of the colonel for his wife to weigh against it, to saynothing of the tragic intrusion of this other man, which might, ofcourse, be entirely disconnected with what had gone before. It was noteasy to pick one's steps, but, on the whole, I was inclined to dismissthe idea that there had been anything between the colonel and MissMorrison, but more than ever convinced that the young lady held theclue as to what it was which had turned Mrs. Barclay to hatred ofher husband. I took the obvious course, therefore, of calling uponMiss M., of explaining to her that I was perfectly certain that sheheld the facts in her possession, and of assuring her that her friend,Mrs. Barclay, might find herself in the dock upon a capital chargeunless the matter were cleared up.
3.  "In that case I should be glad to hear the evidence and to examinethe premises without an instant of unnecessary delay."
4、  "Mr. Gibson himself. The moment the alarm was given and he hadrushed down with others from the house, he insisted that nothingshould be moved until the police should arrive."
5、  "Well, I got the two dozen from a salesman in Covent Garden.""Indeed? I know some of them. Which was it?"




  • 闵行 08-05

      Holmes had looked annoyed, but his brow cleared, and he clapped meon the shoulder.

  • 朱迪 08-05

      "Of Friday, June 19th."

  • 卡森 08-05

       "You told me that you had bachelor quarters for one, and I seethat you have no gentleman visitor at present. Your hat-standproclaims as much."

  • 杨渝成 08-05

      "She will have to come with me and see the chief," Gregson answered."If what she says is corroborated, I do not think she or her husbandhas much to fear. But what I can't make head or tail of, Mr. Holmes,is how on earth you got yourself mixed up in the matter.""Education, Gregson, education. Still seeking knowledge at the olduniversity. Well, Watson, you have one more specimen of the tragic andgrotesque to add to your collection. By the way, it is not eighto'clock, and a Wagner night at Covent Garden! If we burry, we might bein time for the second act."

  • 李钟硕 08-04

    {  Holmes sent off a short wire and for the rest of the drive layback in the cab, with his hat tilted over his nose to keep the sunfrom his face. Our driver pulled up at a house which was not unlikethe one which we had just quitted. My companion ordered him to wait,and had his hand upon the knocker, when the door opened and a graveyoung gentleman in black, with a very shiny hat, appeared on the step."Is Miss Cushing at home?" asked Holmes.

  • 杨慎 08-03

      by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle}

  • 王跃思 08-03


  • 凤懋伦 08-03

      "Wonderful!" said the country doctor. "You are certainly right, sir.Then a third shot has been fired, and therefore a third person musthave been present. But who could that have been, and how could he havegot away?"

  • 刘震华 08-02

       "The shadow has moved!" I cried.

  • 章鲁生 07-31

    {  "Yes, on the floor of my wardrobe under my dresses."

  • 哈巴 07-31

      "'Then it must be nothing,' said I. And there the matter was left,but the whole thing seemed to me to be so unusual that I thought-"Here we had a very extraordinary interruption.