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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I said nothing."
2.  "Thank you. I will trouble you once again."
3.  "'Yes, but you would not have me leave it a dishonoured man,' saidhe. 'I could not bear the disgrace. I must raise the money in someway, and if you will not let me have it, then I must try other means.'"I was very angry, for this was the third demand during the month.'You shall not have a farthing from me,' cried, on which he bowedand left the room without another word.
5.  "Sorry to keep you waiting, Mr. Holmes. I can see that you are boredto death with the whole affair. Well, he has confessed, all right.Come in here, MacPherson. Let these gentlemen hear of your mostinexcusable conduct."
6.  "You deduced it, then?"


1.  "The landlord of the Alpha."
2.  "So far as your efforts are directed towards the suppression ofcrime, sir, they must have the support of every reasonable member ofthe community, though I cannot doubt that the official machinery isamply sufficient for the purpose. Where your calling is more open tocriticism is when you pry into the secrets of private individuals,when you rake up family matters which are better hidden, and whenyou incidentally waste the time of men who are more busy thanyourself. At the present moment, for example, I should be writing atreatise instead of conversing with you."
3.  "Let me see," said Holmes, seating himself on Staunton's bed. "Youare the day porter, are you not?"
4.  "Well?"
5.  "Misfortunes never come single," said Phelps, smiling, though it wasevident that his adventure had somewhat shaken him.
6.  Holmes laughed good-naturedly.


1.  The Red-Headed League
2.  "Well, Mr. Holmes, have you proved us to be wrong yet? Have youfound your tramp?" he cried.
3.  -THE END-
4.  "I was a little startled at the nature of the child's amusement, butthe father's laughter made me think that perhaps he was joking."'My sole duties, then,' I asked, 'are to take charge of a singlechild?'
5.   "Surely there is some discolouration here," said he.
6.  It was in the year '95 that a combination of events, into which Ineed not enter, caused Mr. Sherlock Holmes and myself to spend someweeks in one of our great university towns, and it was during thistime that the small but instructive adventure which I am about torelate befell us. It will be obvious that any details which would helpthe reader exactly to identify the college or the criminal would beinjudicious and offensive. So painful a scandal may well be allowed todie out. With due discretion the incident itself may, however, bedescribed, since it serves to illustrate some of those qualities forwhich my friend was remarkable. I will endeavour, in my statement,to avoid such terms as would serve to limit the events to anyparticular place, or give a clue as to the people concerned.We were residing at the time in furnished lodgings close to alibrary where Sherlock Holmes was pursuing some laborious researchesin early English charters- researches which led to results so strikingthat they may be the subject of one of my future narratives. Here itwas that one evening we received a visit from an acquaintance, Mr.Hilton Soames, tutor and lecturer at the College of St. Luke's. Mr.Soames was a tall, spare man, of a nervous and excitabletemperament. I had always known him to be restless in his manner,but on this particular occasion he was in such a state ofuncontrollable agitation that it was clear something very unusualhad occurred.


1.  "You're very kind, Mr. Holmes."
2.  "Did you ever know him ill?"
3.  "Look at that with your magnifying glass, Mr. Holmes."
4、  "Of course not. I quite understand that."
5、  "It is a nice household," he murmured. "That is the baboon."I had forgotten the strange pets which the doctor affected. Therewas a cheetah, too; perhaps we might find it upon our shoulders at anymoment. I confess that I felt easier in my mind when, afterfollowing Holmes's example and slipping off my shoes, I found myselfinside the bedroom. My companion noiselessly closed the shutters,moved the lamp onto the table, and cast his eyes round the room. Allwas as we had seen it in the daytime. Then creeping up to me andmaking a trumpet of his hand, he whispered into my ear again so gentlythat it was all that I could do to distinguish the words:"The least sound would be fatal to our plans."




  • 潘敬林 08-05

      "Did you close it?"

  • 俞德宝 08-05

      Billy advanced and drew away the drapery which screened the alcoveof the bow window.

  • 诸葛凉 08-05

       "You speak of danger. You have evidently seen more in these roomsthan was visible to me."

  • 闭海东 08-05

      "Yes; one of my natural enemies, or, shall I say, my natural prey.Briefly, Watson, I am in the midst of a very remarkable inquiry, and Ihave hoped to find a clue in the incoherent ramblings of these sots,as I have done before now. Had I been recognized in that den my lifewould not have been worth an hour's purchase; for I have used itbefore now for my own purposes, and the rascally lascar who runs ithas sworn to have vengeance upon me. There is a trap-door at theback of that building, near the corner of Paul's Wharf, which couldtell some strange tales of what has passed through it upon themoonless nights."

  • 高丽亚 08-04

    {  "I tell you they were relatives."

  • 凯基 08-03

      "I have ordered a carriage," said Lestrade as we sat over a cup oftea. "I knew your energetic nature, and that you would not be happyuntil you had been on the scene of the crime."}

  • 邹美玲 08-03

      Holmes shrugged his shoulders. "You can see in the corner theparasol which you so politely handed to me in the Minories beforeyou began to suspect."

  • 弗兰克·沃尔夫 08-03

      "I thought people would talk if I went to the Hall."

  • 张仕波 08-02


  • 谢宇智 07-31

    {  THE END

  • 胡建 07-31

      As we left the room, we heard his pen travelling shrilly over thefoolscap.