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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Lestrade looked startled. "I do not quite follow," he said."How is the glass? Twenty-nine, I see. No wind, and not a cloud inthe sky. I have a caseful of cigarettes here which need smoking, andthe sofa is very much superior to the usual country hotel abomination.I do not think that it is probable that I shall use the carriageto-night."
2.  The second man was a long, dried-up creature, with lank hair andsallow cheeks. His name was Hugh Pattins. He also received hisdismissal, his half-sovereign, and the order to wait.
3.  "And you are sure that this is your husband's hand?"
4.  "I am a private detective, and I am endeavouring to explain hisdisappearance."
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.
6.  But that work met with an annoying interruption. I had hardlyswallowed my early cup of tea and was starting for the beach when Ihad a call from Inspector Bardle of the Sussex Constabulary- a steady,solid, bovine man with thoughtful eyes, which looked at me now witha very troubled expression.


1.  The great minister showed perceptible hesitation.
2.  "When you go to bed lock the door of this room on the outside andkeep the key. Promise to do this."
3.  I saw nothing of my friend for the next few days, but on thefollowing Monday evening I had a short note asking me to meet him nextday at the train. From what he told me as we travelled up to Camfordall was well, the peace of the professor's house had been unruffled,and his own conduct perfectly normal. This also was the report whichwas given us by Mr. Bennett himself when he called upon us thatevening at our old quarters in the Chequers. "He heard from his Londoncorrespondent to-day. There was a letter and there was a small packet,each with the cross under the stamp which warned me not to touch them.There has been nothing else."
4.  With a confused brain, but with a heart into which some warmth ofhope was returning, I accompanied my friend in a walk round thegarden. Holmes took each face of the house in turn, and examined itwith great interest. He then led the way inside, and went over thewhole building from basement to attic. Most of the rooms wereunfurnished, but none the less Holmes inspected them all minutely.Finally, on the top corridor, which ran outside three untenantedbedrooms, he again was seized with a spasm of merriment."There are really some very unique features about this case,Watson," said he. "I think it is time now that we took our friendLestrade into our confidence. He has had his little smile at ourexpense, and perhaps we may do as much by him, if my reading of thisproblem proves to be correct. Yes, yes, I think I see how we shouldapproach it."
5.  "That he desired to conceal his handwriting."
6.  "Well, it might be so. Or- well, there is an alternative. Now tocontinue our review of the situation from the time that the quarrel,if there is a quarrel, began. The lady keeps her room, alters herhabits, is not seen save when she drives out with her maid, refuses tostop at the stables to greet her favourite horse, and apparently takesto drink. That covers the case, does it not?"


1.  "No, my dear fellow, you will go down. This may be some triflingintrigue, and I cannot break my other important research for thesake of it. On Monday you will arrive early at Farnham; you willconceal yourself near Charlington Heath; you will observe thesefacts for yourself, and act as your own judgment advises. Then, havinginquired as to the occupants of the Hall, you will come back to me andreport. And now, Watson, not another word of the matter until wehave a few solid steppingstones on which we may hope to get acrossto our solution."
2.  While Sherlock Holmes had been detailing this singular series ofevents, we had been whirling through the outskirts of the great townuntil the last straggling houses had been left behind, and werattled along with a country hedge upon either side of us. just ashe finished, however, we drove through two scattered villages, where afew lights still glimmered in the windows.
3.  "I don't think you need alarm yourself," said I. "I have usuallyfound that there was method in his madness."
4.  The other laughed.
5.   "Why not?"
6.  "I've left Barker to look after the formalities," said Holmes."You had not met Barker, Watson. He is my hated rival upon theSurrey shore. When you said a tall dark man it was not difficult forme to complete the picture. He has several good cases to his credit,has he not, Inspector?"


1.  My client had paused as one in deep emotion.
2.  "Nothing, until my uncle here began to speak loudly. I heard that,and I came down."
3.  "Yes, I saw it by the side-lights when I was stepping into thecarriage. It was a chestnut."
4、  "Would you do this?"
5、  "Still, if I had married Lord St. Simon, of course I'd have donemy duty by him. We can't command our love, but we can our actions. Iwent to the altar with him with the intention to make him just as gooda wife as it was in me to be. But you may imagine what I felt when,just as I came to the altar rails, I glanced back and saw Frankstanding and looking at me out of the first pew. I thought it washis ghost at first; but when I looked again there he was still, with akind of question in his eyes, as if to ask me whether I were glad orsorry to see him. I wonder I didn't drop. I know that everything wasturning round, and the words of the clergyman were just like thebuzz of a bee in my ear. I didn't know what to do. Should I stop theservice and make a scene in the church? I glanced at him again, and heseemed to know what I was thinking, for he raised his finger to hislips to tell me to be still. Then I saw him scribble on a piece ofpaper, and I knew that he was writing me a note. As I passed his pewon the way out I dropped my bouquet over to him, and he slipped thenote into my hand when he returned me the flowers. It was only aline asking me to join him when he made the sign to me to do so. Ofcourse I never doubted for a moment that my first duty was now to him,and I determined to do just whatever he might direct.




  • 甘宁 08-08

      "I will try. What is it?"

  • 刘和明 08-08

      "From Hatherley Farmhouse to the Boscombe Pool is a quarter of amile, and two people saw him as he passed over this ground. One was anold woman, whose name is not mentioned, and the other was WilliamCrowder, a game-keeper in the employ of Mr. Turner. Both thesewitnesses depose that Mr. McCarthy was walking alone. Thegame-keeper adds that within a few minutes of his seeing Mr.McCarthy pass he had seen his son, Mr. James McCarthy, going thesame way with a gun under his arm. To the best of his belief, thefather was actually in sight at the time, and the son was followinghim. He thought no more of the matter until he heard in the evening ofthe tragedy that had occurred.

  • 西安-神木 08-08

       "I learned method among other things from my great teacher. From thetime that I observed abnormality in his behaviour I felt that it wasmy duty to study his case. Thus I have it here that it was on thatvery day, July 2d, that Roy attacked the professor as he came from hisstudy into the hall. Again, on July 11th there was a scene of the samesort, and then I have a note of yet another upon July 20th. After thatwe bid to banish Roy to the stables. He was a dear, affectionateanimal- but I fear I weary you."

  • 贾世增 08-08

      Holmes pointed to the street lamp above our heads.

  • 谢尔盖·卡拉卡耶夫 08-07

    {  Holmes smiled his appreciation.

  • 赵霞仇 08-06

      "Can I see her first?"}

  • 庄子帆 08-06

      "'If then your eye goes on to read this line, I know that I shallalready have been exposed and dragged from my home, or, as is morelikely, for you know that my heart is weak, be lying with my tonguesealed forever in death. In either case the time for suppression ispast, and every word which I tell you is the naked truth, and this Iswear as I hope for mercy.

  • 李壮 08-06

      "Was your sister dressed?"

  • 都远超 08-05

       "Painful, is it? Yes, the coolies used to do some squealingtowards the end. Takes you as cramp, I fancy."

  • 华敏 08-03

    {  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."

  • 陈实 08-03

      "Better close the front door," cried Holmes, and we all rusheddown the stairs together. We had hardly reached the hall when we heardthe baying of a hound, and then a scream of agony, with a horribleworrying sound which it was dreadful to listen to. An elderly man witha red face and shaking limbs came staggering out at a side door."My God" he cried. "Someone has loosed the dog. He's not been fedfor two days. Quick, quick, or we'll be too late!"