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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Hum! It was a very remarkable performance- very remarkable. Well, Ithink we have exhausted the path. Let us go farther. This gardendoor is usually kept open, I suppose? Then this visitor had nothing todo but to walk in. The idea of murder was not in her mind, or shewould have provided herself with some sort of weapon, instead ofhaving to pick this knife off the writing-table. She advanced alongthis corridor, leaving no traces upon the cocoanut matting. Then shefound herself in this study. How long was she there? We have nomeans of judging."
2.  "I will," said Holmes. "In the first place, your Grace, I am boundto tell you that you have placed yourself in a most serious positionin the eyes of the law. You have condoned a felony, and you have aidedthe escape of a murderer, for I cannot doubt that any money whichwas taken by James Wilder to aid his accomplice in his flight camefrom your Grace's purse."
3.  It was only nine o'clock, and we were off full cry upon the trail atonce. First we drove to Brixton Workhouse Infirmary, where we foundthat it was indeed the truth that a charitable couple had calledsome days before, that they had claimed an imbecile old woman as aformer servant, and that they had obtained permission to take her awaywith them. No surprise was expressed at the news that she had sincedied.
4.  "I brought this with me." He opened a locket and showed us thefull face of a very lovely woman. It was not a photograph but an ivoryminiature, and the artist had brought out the full effect of thelustrous black hair, the large dark eyes, and the exquisite mouth.Holmes gazed long and earnestly at it. Then he closed the locket andhanded it back to Lord St. Simon.
5.  The unfortunate young man staggered back, and cast a look full ofhorror and reproach at Bannister.
6.  "And yet you were with me then. But certainly my own impressionwas very superficial. For there was nothing to go by, and none ofthe parties had engaged my services. Perhaps you would care to readthe papers?"


1.  "Well, if Holmes takes the same view, that would account for hisaction, would it not? Presuming that your theory is correct, if he canlay his hands upon the man who threatened you last night he willhave gone a long way towards finding who took the naval treaty. Itis absurd to suppose that you have two enemies, one of whom robsyou, while the other threatens your life."
2.  "Well, I think we must wait for a little more material. After all,you have nothing to complain of. You have received your rent and he isnot a troublesome lodger, though he is certainly an unusual one. Hepays you well. and if he choses to lie concealed it is no directbusiness of yours. We have no excuse for an intrusion upon his privacyuntil we have some reason to think that there is a guilty reason forit. I've taken up the matter, and I won't lose sight of it. Reportto me if anything fresh occurs, and rely upon my assistance if itshould be needed.
3.  The man gave a violent start.
4.  "Well, at least," said Holmes, "you have had your revenge upon them.There can be no question that it was your oillamp which, when it wascrushed in the Press, set fire to the wooden walls, though no doubtthey were too excited in the chase after you to observe it at thetime. Now your eyes open in this crowd for your friends of last night,though I very much fear that they are a good hundred miles off bynow."
5.  1921
6.  "Well, then, do you imagine that this other one, Henry Baker,had anything to do with the matter?"


1.  "Tangey, the commissionaire, has been shadowed. He left the Guardswith a good character, and we can find nothing against him. His wifeis a bad lot, though. I fancy she knows more about this than appears.""Have you shadowed her?"
2.  "Yes, sir."
3.  "In that case I shall continue my professional round. But Ishall come back in the evening at the hour you have mentioned, forI should like to see the solution of so tangled a business.""Very glad to see you. I dine at seven. There is a woodcock,I believe. By the way, in view of recent occurrences, perhaps Iought to ask Mrs. Hudson to examine its crop."
4.  "Yes, he was his heir, and the old boy is nearly eighty- cram fullof gout, too. They say he could chalk his billiard-cue with hisknuckles. He never allowed Godfrey a shilling in his life, for he isan absolute miser, but it will all come to him right enough.""Have you heard from Lord Mount-James?"
5.   "Never."
6.  "I shall try not to miss anything of importance. The oneunpleasant thing about the house, which struck me at once, was theappearance and conduct of the servants. There are only two, a manand his wife. Toller, for that is his name, is a rough, uncouth man,with grizzled hair and whiskers, and a perpetual smell of drink. Twicesince I have been with them he has been quite drunk, and yet Mr.Rucastle seemed to take no notice of it. His wife is a very tall andstrong woman with a sour face, as silent as Mrs. Rucastle and muchless amiable. They are a most unpleasant couple, but fortunately Ispend most of my time in the nursery and my own room, which are nextto each other in one corner of the building.


1.  "Aldgate, where the body was found, is considerably past the stationfor London Bridge, which would be his route to Woolwich.""Many circumstances could be imagined under which he would passLondon Bridge. There was someone in the carriage, for example, withwhom he was having an absorbing interview. This interview led to aviolent scene in which he lost his life. Possibly he tried to leavethe carriage, fell out on the line, and so met his end. The otherclosed the door. There was a thick fog, and nothing could be seen.""No better explanation can be given with our present knowledge;and yet consider, Sherlock, how much you leave untouched. We willsuppose, for argument's sake, that young Cadogan West had determinedto convey these papers to London. He would naturally have made anappointment with the foreign agent and kept his evening clear. Insteadof that he took two tickets for the theatre, escorted his fiancehalfway there, and then suddenly disappeared."
2.  "Mr. Holmes?" he asked, glancing from one to the other. "Ah, yes!Your pictures are not unlike you, sir, if I may say so. I believeyou have had a letter from my namesake, Mr. Nathan Garrideb, haveyou not?"
3.  "But I understand that there was a considerable wound.""The bone was crushed, but there was no great external injury.""And yet one would have expected some bleeding. Would it be possiblefor me to inspect the train which contained the passenger who heardthe thud of a fall in the fog?"
4、  "Your name is very familiar to me, Mr. Holmes," said he, smiling."And of course I cannot pretend to be ignorant of the object of yourvisit. There has only been one occurrence in these offices which couldcall for your attention. In whose interest are you acting, may I ask?""In that of Mr. Percy Phelps," answered Holmes.
5、  "That is what you may expect to see when I follow you. You spent arestless night at your cottage, and you formed certain plans, which inthe early morning you proceeded to put into execution. Leaving yourdoor just as day was breaking, you filled your pocket with somereddish gravel that was lying heaped beside your gate."Sterndale gave a violent start and looked at Holmes in amazement."You then walked swiftly for the mile which separated you from thevicarage. You were wearing, I may remark, the same pair of ribbedtennis shoes which are at the present moment upon your feet. At thevicarage you passed through the orchard and the side hedge, coming outunder the window of the lodger Tregennis. It was now daylight, but thehousehold was not yet stirring. You drew some of the gravel fromyour pocket, and you threw it up at the window above you."Sterndale sprang to his feet.




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