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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Instead of being ruined, my good sir, you will find that yourreputation has been enormously enhanced. Just make a few alterationsin that report which you were writing, and they will understand howhard it is to throw dust in the eyes of Inspector Lestrade.""And you don't want your name to appear?"
2.  "Ah!" said he, laying down his cup, "I feared as much. Howwas it done?" He spoke calmly, but I could see that he was deeplymoved.
3.  "Well, I thought as you do," said Lestrade. "On the other hand, thisMorse Hudson is the purveyor of busts in that part of London, andthese three were the only ones which had been in his shop for years.So, although, as you say, there are many hundreds of statues inLondon, it is very probable that these three were the only ones inthat district. Therefore, a local fanatic would begin with them.What do you think, Dr. Watson?"
4.  An instant later the amazed peer was standing, blinking andstammering, with the great yellow stone on his shaking palm."What! What! How is this, Mr. Holmes?"
5.  "Who ever heard of such a mixed affair? Every clue seems to slipthrough my fingers. I have been at work upon it all day.""And very wet it seems to have made you," said Holmes, laying hishand upon the arm of the pea-jacket.
6.  "'From the beginning there was really nothing to prevent us fromtaking possession of the ship. The crew were a set of ruffians,specially picked for the job. The sham chaplain came into our cells toexhort us, carrying a black bag, supposed to be full of tracts, and sooften did he come that by the third day we had each stowed away at thefoot of our beds a file, a brace of pistols, a pound of powder, andtwenty slugs. Two of the warders were agents of Prendergast, and thesecond mate was his right-hand man. The captain, the two mates, twowarders, Lieutenant Martin, his eighteen soldiers, and the doctor wereall that we had against us. Yet, safe as it was, we determined toneglect no precaution, and to make our attack suddenly by night. Itcame, however, more quickly than we expected, and in this way."'One evening, about the third week after our start, the doctorhad come down to see one of the prisoners who was ill, and, puttinghis hand down on the bottom of his bunk, he felt the outline of thepistols. If he had been silent he might have blown the whole thing,but he was a nervous little chap, so he gave a cry of surprise andturned so pale that the man knew what was up in an instant andseized him. He was gagged before he could give the alarm and tied downupon the bed. He had unlocked the door that led to the deck, and wewere through it in a rush. The two sentries were shot down, and so wasa corporal who came running to see what was the matter. There were twomore soldiers at the door of the stateroom, and their muskets seemednot to be loaded, for they never fired upon us, and they were shotwhile trying to fix their bayonets. Then we rushed on into thecaptain's cabin, but as we pushed open the door there was an explosionfrom within, and there he lay with his brains smeared over the chartof the Atlantic which was pinned upon the table, while the chaplainstood with a smoking pistol in his hand at his elbow. The two mateshad both been seized by the crew, and the whole business seemed tobe settled.


1.  "It can't hurt now," was Mr. Sherlock Holmes's comment when, for thetenth time in as many years, I asked his leave to reveal the followingnarrative. So it was that at last I obtained permission to put onrecord what was, in some ways, the supreme moment of my friend'scareer.
2.  "Precisely. You allude to my attempt to recover the IreneAdler papers, to the singular case of Miss Mary Sutherland, and tothe adventure of the man with the twisted lip. Well, I have nodoubt that this small matter will fall into the same innocentcategory. You know Peterson, the commissionaire?"
3.  "I explained that I was and that I was a friend of Godfrey's."'What a pity that he should be away on his travels, for he wouldhave so liked to see me,' I continued.
4.  "'Surely it would be better to take no notice.'
5.  "'Show him round here.' An instant afterwards there appeared alittle wizened fellow with a cringing manner and a shambling styleof walking. He wore an open jacket, with a splotch of tar on thesleeve, a red-and-black check shirt, dungaree trousers, and heavyboots badly worn. His face was thin and brown and crafty, with aperpetual smile upon it, which showed an irregular line of yellowteeth, and his crinkled hands were half closed in a way that isdistinctive of sailors. As he came slouching across the lawn I heardMr. Trevor make a sort of hiccoughing noise in his throat, and,jumping out of his chair, he ran into the house. He was back in amoment, and I smelt a strong reek of brandy as he passed me."'Well, my man,' said he. 'What can I do for you?'
6.  "'I don't know, sir. I noticed her pass, but I had no special reasonfor watching her. She seemed to be in a hurry.'


1.  1927
2.  "'How can you tell me what you know is false?' I cried. 'Your veryvoice changes as you speak. When have I ever had a secret from you?I shall enter that cottage, and I shall probe the matter to thebottom.'
3.  "'Oh, not very many minutes.'
4.  From out of her bosom Lady Hilda had drawn a small key. The box flewopen. It was stuffed with papers. Holmes thrust the blue envelope deepdown into the heart of them, between the leaves of some otherdocument. The box was shut, locked, and returned to the bedroom."Now we are ready for him," said Holmes. "We have still ten minutes.I am going far to screen you, Lady Hilda. In return you will spend thetime in telling me frankly the real meaning of this extraordinaryaffair."
5.   Lestrade shrugged his shoulders. "I am afraid that my colleaguehas been a little quick in forming his conclusions," he said."But he is right. Oh! I know that he is right. James never did it.And about his quarrel with his father, I am sure that the reason whyhe would not speak about it to the coroner was because I was concernedin it."


1.  "Well, apart from this cigarette-end, was it not suggestive that theonly time the lodger went out was immediately after his taking therooms? He came back- or someone came back- when all witnesses were outof the way. We have no proof that the person who came back was theperson who went out. Then, again, the man who took the rooms spokeEnglish well. This other, however, prints 'match' when it shouldhave been 'matches.' I can imagine that the word was taken out of adictionary, which would give the noun but not the plural. Thelaconic style may be to conceal the absence of knowledge of English.Yes, Watson, there are good reasons to suspect that there has been asubstitution of lodgers."
2.  "The principal difficulty in your case," remarked Holmes in hisdidactic fashion, "lay in the fact of there being too much evidence.What was vital was overlaid and hidden by what was irrelevant. Ofall the facts which were presented to us we had to pick just thosewhich we deemed to be essential, and then piece them together in theirorder, so as to reconstruct this very remarkable chain of events. Ihad already begun to suspect Joseph from the fact that you hadintended to travel home with him that night, and that therefore it wasa likely enough thing that he should call for you, knowing the ForeignOffice well, upon his way. When I heard that someone had been soanxious to get into the bedroom, in which no one but Joseph could haveconcealed anything-you told us in your narrative how you had turnedJoseph out when you arrived with the doctor-my suspicions allchanged to certainties, especially as the attempt was made on thefirst night upon which the nurse was absent, showing that the intruderwas well acquainted with the ways of the house."
3.  Lestrade laughed loudly.
4、  "'"Just walk on a little way, dear," said Mrs. Barclay, "I want tohave a word with this man. There is nothing to be afraid of." Shetried to speak boldly, but she was still deadly pale and couldhardly get her words out for the trembling of her lips."'I did as she asked me, and they talked together for a few minutes.Then she came down the street with her eyes blazing, and I saw thecrippled wretch standing by the lamp-post and shaking his clenchedfists in the air as if he were mad with rage. She never said a worduntil we were at the door here, when she took me by the hand andbegged me to tell no one what had happened.
5、  "Of course, with her weak heart and dropsy one couldn't expectthat she could get about with him, but he spent two hours everyevening in her room. He might well do what he could, for she hasbeen a rare good friend to him. But that's all over, too. He nevergoes near her. And she takes it to heart. She is brooding and sulkyand drinking, Mr. Holmes- drinking like a fish."




  • 刘家良 08-06

      "But his voice was just a little too coaxing. He overdid it. I waskeenly on my guard against him.

  • 崔廷瑶 08-06

      "Was it mere chance?"

  • 努里·阿布·赛赫民 08-06

       "That is our signal," said Holmes, springing to his feet; "itcomes from the middle window."

  • 张积勤 08-06

      "There is only one vicarage, sir, and only one vicar, and thiswire is a scandalous forgery, the origin of which shall certainly beinvestigated by the police. Meanwhile, I can see no possible object inprolonging this interview."

  • 章斌 08-05

    {  "In the first place," said Holmes, "I should like you to offer areward-coming from yourself, for the officials may take a littletime before they would agree upon the sum, and these things cannotbe done too promptly. I have jotted down the form here, if you wouldnot mind signing it. Fifty pounds was quite enough, I thought.""I would willingly give five hundred," said the J. P., taking theslip of paper and the pencil which Holmes handed to him. "This isnot quite correct however," he added, glancing over the document."I wrote it rather hurriedly."

  • 段国忠 08-04

      "I can assure you," said Holmes, "that every essential is alreadyknown. We know that you were pressed for money; that you took animpress of the keys which your brother held; and that you entered intoa correspondence with Oberstein, who answered your letters through theadvertisement columns of the Daily Telegraph. We are aware that youwent down to the office in the fog on Monday night, but that youwere seen and followed by young Cadogan West, who had probably someprevious reason to suspect you. He saw your theft, but could notgive the alarm, as it was just possible that you were taking thepapers to your brother in London. Leaving all his private concerns,like the good citizen that he was, he followed you closely in thefog and kept at your heels until you reached this very house. There heintervened, and then it was, Colonel Walter, that to treason you addedthe more terrible crime of murder."}

  • 欧阳奋强 08-04

      "By the select prices. Eight shillings for a bed and eightpencefor a glass of sherry pointed to one of the most expensive hotels.There are not many in London which charge at that rate. In thesecond one which I visited in Northumberland Avenue, I learned by aninspection of the book that Francis H. Moulton, an American gentleman,had left only the day before, and on looking over the entriesagainst him, I came upon the very items which I had seen in theduplicate bill. His letters were to be forwarded to 226 Gordon Square;so thither I travelled, and being fortunate enough to find theloving couple at home, I ventured to give them some paternal adviceand to point out to them that it would be better in every way thatthey should make their position a little clearer both to the generalpublic and to Lord St. Simon in particular. I invited them to meet himhere, and, as you see, I made him keep the appointment.""But with no very good result," I remarked. "His conduct wascertainly not very gracious."

  • 费内巴切 08-04

      "And richest?"

  • 郭子乾 08-03

       "Exactly! As far as it goes. How would all that bear upon the visitsby night to the old crypt? We can't fit that into our plot.""No, sir, and there is something more that I can't fit in. Whyshould Sir Robert want to dig up a dead body?"

  • 田传广 08-01

    {  When we were left alone in the stone-flagged kitchen, it wasastonishing how rapidly that sprained ankle recovered. It was nearlynightfall, and we had eaten nothing since early morning, so that wespent some time over our meal. Holmes was lost in thought, and once ortwice he walked over to the window and stared earnestly out. It openedon to a squalid courtyard. In the far corner was a smithy, where agrimy lad was at work. On the other side were the stables. Holmeshad sat down again after one of these excursions, when he suddenlysprang out of his chair with a loud exclamation.

  • 江勇 08-01

      "Here are paper and pen. Sit at this desk and write to my dictation.Direct the envelope to the address given. That is right. Now theletter: