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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "'You must bear in mind,' said I, 'that the royal party made head inEngland even after the death of the king, and that when they at lastfled they probably left many of their most precious sessions buriedbehind them, with the intention of returning for them in more peacefultimes.'
2.  "Holmes!" I cried. "Is it really you? Can it indeed be that youare alive? Is it possible that you succeeded in climbing out of thatawful abyss?"
3.  "I think that this is all we will need," said Holmes. "Now, if youplease, we will get off on what I hope is the last stage of ourjourney."
4.  "By the way, Watson, I suppose you see it all clearly?""No, I can't say that I do. I only gather that we are going to seethe lady who is behind all this mischief."
5.  "I never heard the name," said I.
6.  "My way ran down a dried-up water course, which we hoped wouldscreen me from the enemy's sentries; but as I crept round the cornerof it I walked right into six of them, who were crouching down inthe dark waiting for me. In an instant I was stunned with a blow andbound hand and foot. But the real blow was to my heart and not to myhead, for as I came to and listened to as much as I could understandof their talk, I heard enough to tell me that my comrade, the very manwho had arranged the way I was to take, had betrayed me by means ofa native servant into the hands of the enemy.


1.  "You had better stay here, Watson."
2.  "I've been at his very elbow all the morning. You've seen me as anold lady, Watson. I was never more convincing. He actually picked upmy parasol for me once. 'By your leave, madame,' said he-half-Italian, you know, and with the Southern graces of manner when inthe mood, but a devil incarnate in the other mood. Life is full ofwhimsical happenings, Watson."
3.  "Your ladyship places me in a very delicate position. I beg that youwill sit down and tell me what you desire, but I fear that I cannotmake any unconditional promise."
4.  The Prime Minister's manner was subdued, but I could see by thegleam of his eyes and the twitchings of his bony hands that heshared the excitement of his young colleague.
5.  A minute later we were in the street once more. Holmes as cool asever, but I was hot with anger and humiliation. The sergeant hadfollowed us.
6.  "It is very good of Lord St. Simon to honour my head by putting iton a level with his own," said Sherlock Holmes, laughing. "I thinkthat i shall have a whisky and soda and a cigar after all thiscross-questioning. I had formed my conclusions as to the case beforeour client came into the room."


1.  "Yes, sir."
2.  "The hero of the Long Island cave mystery?" said Holmes. "Sir, Iam pleased to meet you."
3.  "I think that there is a small experiment which we may tryto-morrow, Watson, in order to throw some light on the matter.Meanwhile, if we mean to keep up our characters, I suggest that wehave our host in for a glass of his own wine and hold some highconverse upon eels and dace, which seems to be the straight road tohis affections. We may chance to come upon some useful local gossip inthe process."
4.  "Good heavens!" cried Holmes. "I had totally forgotten him. Mydear Watson, I owe you a thousand apologies. To think that I shouldhave overlooked you! I need not introduce you to Mr. CulvertonSmith, since I understand that you met somewhat earlier in theevening. Have you the cab below? I will follow you when I amdressed, for I may be of some use at the station.
5.   "Remember also the curious earnestness with which she assured usthat it was best for her husband that she should know all. What didshe mean by that? And you must have observed, Watson, how shemanoeuvred to have the light at her back. She did not wish us toread her expression."
6.  "It is certainly rather a curious production," said Holmes. "Atfirst sight it would appear to be some childish prank. It consistsof a number of absurd little figures dancing across the paper uponwhich they are drawn. Why should you attribute any importance to sogrotesque an object?"


1.  "Then hand me that little box from the mantlepiece."
2.  There is no use writing the details of that dreadful event. In theevent of your acceding to my request it is probable that I shallhave to narrate them to you. I have only just recovered from nineweeks of brain-fever and am still exceedingly weak. Do you thinkthat you could bring your friend Mr. Holmes down to see me? I shouldlike to have his opinion of the case, though the authorities assure methat nothing more can be done. Do try to bring him down, and as soonas possible. Every minute seems an hour while I live in this stateof horrible suspense. Assure him that if I have not asked his advicesooner it was not because I did not appreciate his talents, butbecause I have been off my head ever since the blow fell. Now I amclear again, though I dare not think of it too much for fear of arelapse. I am still so weak that I have to write, as you see, bydictating. Do try to bring him.
3.  "No doubt we had, but I beg you won't try to drag me into thematter, Mr. Holmes. What is the use of our speculating in this waywhen the original plans were actually found on West?"
4、  Holmes smiled at the compliment. "It took two, or possibly three,handfuls before the lodger came to the window. You beckoned him tocome down. He dressed hurriedly and descended to his sitting-room. Youentered by the window. There was an interview- a short one- duringwhich you walked up and down the room. Then you passed out andclosed the window, standing on the lawn outside smoking a cigar andwatching what occurred. Finally, after the death of Tregennis, youwithdrew as you had come. Now, Dr. Sterndale, how do you justifysuch conduct, and what are the motives for your actions? If youprevaricate or trifle with me, I give you my assurance that the matterwill pass out of my hands forever."
5、  "Here is a book," I said, taking up the little volume, "whichfirst brought light into what might have been forever dark. It isOut of Doors, by the famous observer, J. G. Wood. Wood himself verynearly perished from contact with this vile creature, so he wrote witha very full knowledge. Cyanea capillata is the miscreant's fullname, and he can be as dangerous to life as, and far more painfulthan, the bite of the cobra. Let me briefly give this extract."If the bather should see a loose roundish mass of tawny membranesand fibres, something like very large handfuls of lion's mane andsilver paper, let him beware, for this is the fearful stinger,Cyanea capillata.




  • 洪文锋 08-02

      "'And now on the staff of Mawson's.'

  • 张菊芳 08-02

      "Do not go asleep, your very life may depend upon it. Have yourpistol ready in case we should need it. I will sit on the side ofthe bed, and you in that chair."

  • 周迪迪 08-02

       "And you think you have evidence that he murdered his late master?""I didn't say so, Mr. Holmes; I didn't say so. We all have ourlittle ways. You try yours and I will try mine. That's the agreement."Holmes shrugged his shoulders as we walked away together. "I can'tmake the man out. He seems to be riding for a fall. Well, as hesays, we must each try our own way and see what comes of it. Butthere's something in Inspector Baynes which I can't quite understand.""Just sit down in that chair, Watson," said Sherlock Holmes whenwe had returned to our apartment at the Bull. "I want to put you intouch with the situation, as I may need your help to-night. Let meshow you the evolution of this case so far as I have been able tofollow it. Simple as it has been in its leading features, it hasnone the less presented surprising difficulties in the way of anarrest. There are gaps in that direction which we have still to fill."We will go back to the note which was handed in to Garcia uponthe evening of his death. We may put aside this idea of Baynes'sthat Garcia's servants were concerned in the matter. The proof of thislies in the fact that it was he who had arranged for the presence ofScott Eccles, which could only have been done for the purpose of analibi. It was Garcia, then, who had an enterprise, and apparently acriminal enterprise, in hand that night in the course of which hemet his death. I say 'criminal' because only a man with a criminalenterprise desires to establish an alibi. Who, then, is most likely tohave taken his life? Surely the person against whom the criminalenterprise was directed. So far it seems to me that we are on safeground.

  • 陈琪 08-02

      The prisoner turned with the reckless; air of a man who abandonshimself to his destiny. "Be it so," said he. "And pray, what am Icharged with?"

  • 杨光富 08-01

    {  "We must be circumspect for we are dealing with a very cunningman. We can do nothing until seven o'clock. At that hour we shall bewith you, and it will not be long before we solve the mystery."We were as good as our word, for it was just seven when we reachedthe Copper Beeches, having put up our trap at a waysidepublic-house. The group of trees, with their dark leaves shininglike burnished metal in the light of the setting sun, weresufficient to mark the house even had Miss Hunter not been standingsmiling on the door-step.

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  • 顾万峰 07-31

      "What do you make of that, Watson?" Holmes whispered.

  • 桂桂 07-31

      "I have been making a fool of myself," he gasped.

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  • 刘铁称 07-28

    {  The outhouse was the simplest of dwellings, wooden-walled,shingle-roofed, one window beside the door and one on the fartherside. Stanley Hopkins drew the key from his pocket and had stoopedto the lock, when he paused with a look of attention and surprise uponhis face.

  • 张丕荣 07-28

      There were footfalls outside, the door opened, and InspectorMorton appeared.