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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I was shaken but not hurt by the fall; so I picked myself up andrushed off among the bushes as hard as I could run, for I understoodthat I was far from being out of danger yet. Suddenly, however, as Iran, a deadly dizziness and sickness came over me. I glanced down atmy hand, which was throbbing painfully, and then, for the firsttime, saw that my thumb had been cut off and that the blood waspouring from my wound. I endeavoured to tie my handkerchief roundit, but there came a sudden buzzing in my ears, and next moment I fellin a dead faint among the rose-bushes.
2.  "Then, for pity's sake, tell me what was the cause of my sister'sdeath."
3.  "Lord Robert St. Simon," announced our page-boy, throwing open thedoor. A gentleman entered, with a pleasant, cultured face,high-nosed and pale, with something perhaps of petulance about themouth, and with the steady, well-opened eye of a man whose pleasantlot it had ever been to command and to be obeyed. His manner wasbrisk, and yet his general appearance gave an undue impression of age,for he had a slight forward stoop and a little bend of the knees as hewalked. His hair, too, as he swept off his very curly-brimmed hatwas grizzled round the edges and thin upon the top. As to his dress,it was careful to the verge of foppishness, with high collar, blackfrock-coat, white waistcoat, yellow gloves, patent leather shoes,and light-coloured gaiters. He advanced slowly into the room,turning his head from left to right, and swinging in his right handthe cord which held his golden eyeglasses.
5.  "I think, your Grace, that I could speak more freely in Mr. Wilder'sabsence."
6.  "Excellent! And a mask?"


1.  "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."
2.  Sherlock Holmes shrugged his shoulders.
4.  "What were the terms?"
5.  "`Some preposterous practical joke,' said he. `What have I todo with sundials and papers? I shall take no notice of suchnonsense.'
6.  "No, I cannot."


1.  "Yes, you'll tell the magistrate about it, Steve," said Holmes."I've been watching you and Barney Stockdale-"
2.  "But this danger, Holmes?"
3.  "Mr. Holmes-!"
4.  The pain was evidently terrible and was more than local, for thesufferer's breathing would stop for a time, his face would turn black,and then with loud gasps he would clap his hand to his heart, whilehis brow dropped beads of sweat. At any moment he might die. Moreand more brandy was poured down his throat, each fresh dose bringinghim back to life. Pads of cotton-wool soaked in salad-oil seemed totake the agony from the strange wounds. At last his head fellheavily upon the cushion. Exhausted Nature had taken refuge in itslast storehouse of vitality. It was half a sleep and half a faint, butat least it was ease from pain.
5.   "'Harold,' said she, speaking English with a broken accent. 'I couldnot stay away longer. It is so lonely up there with only-Oh, my God,it is Paul!'
6.  "But Armstrong is not really a doctor in practice. He is alecturer and a consultant, but he does not care for generalpractice, which distracts him from his literary work. Why, then,does he make these long journeys, which must be exceedingly irksome tohim, and who is it that he visits?"


1.  "Yes," I said, "I can follow each of your arguments. I confess,however, that I am unable to understand how you arrive at the doublevisit to the optician."
2.  I am very anxious to consult you as to whether I should or shouldnot accept a situation which has been offered to me as governess. Ishall call at half-past ten to-morrow if I do not inconvenience you.Yours faithfully,
3.  "I fear that there is pain for you, Mr. Ferguson, whatever thesolution may be," said he. "I would spare you all I can. I cannotsay more for the instant, but before I leave this house I hope I mayhave something definite."
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5、  "I don't know that. To my certain knowledge he has acted on behalfof three of the reigning houses of Europe in very vital matters.""But you know him well, Watson. He is such an inscrutable fellowthat I never quite know what to make of him. Do you think he ishopeful? Do you think he expects to make a success of it?""He has said nothing."




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      "Your slippers are new," he said. "You could not have had themmore than a few weeks. The soles which you are at this momentpresenting to me are slightly scorched. For a moment I thought theymight have got wet and been burned in the drying. But near theinstep there is a small circular wafer of paper with the shopman'shieroglyphics upon it. Damp would of course have removed this. Youhad, then, been sitting with your feet outstretched to the fire, whicha man would hardly do even in so wet a June as this if he were inhis full health."

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      "That's why I don't court visitors," said he. "I don't mind you,Jimmie, but I could have done without your friend. I suppose thereis some good reason for it, but you have me at a disadvantage.""I wanted to be sure that all was well with you, Godfrey. I sawyou that night when you looked into my window, and I could not let thematter rest till I had cleared things up."

  • 杨志强 08-10

       by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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      Holmes looked at him thoughtfully like a master chess-player whomeditates his crowning move. Then he threw open the table drawer anddrew out a squat notebook.

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    {  "I was just going to propose it."

  • 胡竹峰 08-08

      "There is the man who set me in the right path," said he."Come now, Bannister," said Holmes. "It will be clear to you, fromwhat I have said, that only you could have let this young man out,since you were left in the room, and must have locked the door whenyou went out. As to his escaping by that window, it was incredible.Can you not clear up the last point in this mystery, and tell us thereasons for your action?"}

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      Spaulding. `I should be able to look after that for you.'"`What would be the hours?' I asked.

  • 马太 08-08

      "And then?"

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       Our visitor sank into an armchair and looked from one to the otherof us with questioning eyes.

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    {  "Well, well, it just happens that I have already read all theavailable evidence, including the report of the inquest, with somecare. By the way, what do you make of that tobacco pouch, found on thescene of the crime? Is there no clue there?"

  • 廖启智 08-05

      Holmes led us along the passage with as much certainty as if hehad lived in the house and halted at the open door of the strong-room."Pooh! What an awful smell of paint!" cried the inspector."That was our first clue," said Holmes. "You can thank Dr.Watson's observation for that, though he failed to draw the inference.It set my foot upon the trail. Why should this man at such a time befilling his house with strong odours? Obviously, to cover some othersmell which he wished to conceal- some guilty smell which wouldsuggest suspicions. then came the idea of a room such as you seehere with iron door and shutter- a hermetically sealed room. Put thosetwo facts together, and whither do they lead? I could only determinethat by examining the house myself. I was already certain that thecase was serious, for I had examined the box-office chart at theHaymarket Theatre- another of Dr. Watson's bull's-eyes- andascertained that neither B thirty nor thirty-two of the upper circlehad been occupied that night. Therefore, Amberley had not been tothe theatre, and his alibi fell to the ground. He made a bad slip whenhe allowed my astute friend to notice the number of the seat taken forhis wife. The question now arose how I might be able to examine thehouse. I sent an agent to the most impossible village I could thinkof, and summoned my man to it at such an hour that he could notpossibly get back. To prevent any miscarriage, Dr. Watsonaccompanied him. The good vicar's name I took, of course, out of myCrockford. Do I make it all clear to you?"