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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I should be prepared to swear that it was you."
2.  "What do you mean by that?"
3.  "Some years ago-to be definite, in May, 1884-there came to Lee agentleman, Neville St. Clair by name, who appeared to have plenty ofmoney. He took a large Villa, laid out the grounds very nicely, andlived generally in good style. By degrees he made friends in theneighbourhood, and in 1887 he married the daughter of a localbrewer, by whom he now has two children. He had no occupation, but wasinterested in several companies and went into town as a rule in themorning, returning by the 5:14 from Cannon Street every night. Mr. St.Clair is now thirty seven years of age, is a man of temperatehabits, a good husband, a very affectionate father, and a man who ispopular with all who know him. I may add that his whole debts at thepresent moment, as far as we have been able to ascertain, amount toL88 10s., while he has L220 standing to his credit in the Capitaland Counties Bank. There is no reason, therefore, to think thatmoney troubles have been weighing upon his mind.
4.  "Yes, sir."
5.  "I was amused by her society, and she could see that I was amused.""Her father is very rich?"
6.  It was pleasant to Dr. Watson to find himself once more in theuntidy room of the first floor in Baker Street which had been thestarting-point of so many remarkable adventures. He looked round himat the scientific charts upon the wall, the acid-charred bench ofchemicals, the violin-case leaning in the corner, the coal-scuttle,which contained of old the pipes and tobacco. Finally, his eyes cameround to the fresh and smiling face of Billy, the young but verywise and tactful page, who had helped a little to fill up the gap ofloneliness and isolation which surrounded the saturnine figure ofthe great detective.


1.  One realized the red-hot energy which underlay Holmes's phlegmaticexterior when one saw the sudden change which came over him from themoment that he entered the fatal apartment. In an instant he was tenseand alert, his eves shining, his face set, his limbs quivering witheager activity. He was out on the lawn, in through the window, roundthe room, and up into the bedroom, for all the world like a dashingfoxhound drawing a cover. In the bedroom he made a rapid cast aroundand ended by throwing open the window, which appeared to give him somefresh cause for excitement, for he leaned out of it with loudejaculations of interest and delight. Then he rushed down thestairs, out through the open window, threw himself upon his face onthe lawn, sprang up and into the room once more, all with the energyof the hunter who is at the very heels of his quarry. The lamp,which was an ordinary standard, he examined with minute care, makingcertain measurements upon its bowl. He carefully scrutinized withhis lens the tale shield which covered the top of the chimney andscraped off some ashes which adhered to its upper surface, puttingsome of them into an envelope, which he placed in his pocketbook.Finally, just as the doctor and the official police put in anappearance, he beckoned to the vicar and we all three went out uponthe lawn.
2.  "It was very nice and complimentary of you," Holmes answered. "It isentirely a question of barometric pressure."
3.  "You horrify me!"
4.  "I will conceal nothing."
5.  Holmes rose. Taking the forms, he carried them over to the windowand carefully examined that which was uppermost.
6.  "We were reformers- revolutionists- Nihilists, you understand. Heand I and many more. Then there came a time of trouble, a policeofficer was killed, many were arrested, evidence was wanted, and inorder to save his own life and to earn a great reward, my husbandbetrayed his own wife and his companions. Yes, we were all arrestedupon his confession. Some of us found our way to the gallows, and someto Siberia. I was among these last, but my term was not for life. Myhusband came to England with his ill-gotten gains and has lived inquiet ever since, knowing well that if the Brotherhood knew where hewas not a week would pass before justice would be done."The old man reached out a trembling hand and helped himself to acigarette. "I am in your hands, Anna," said he. "You were alwaysgood to me."


1.  "Will you come with me?" asked Holmes, glancing up.
2.  "My dear Holmes!"
3.  "Mr. Holmes!" said the lady, and her face was pink with herindignation. "This is surely most unfair and ungenerous upon yourpart. I desired, as I have explained, to keep my visit to you asecret, lest my husband should think that I was intruding into hisaffairs. And yet you compromise me by coming here and so showingthat there are business relations between us."
4.  "It may turn out to be of more interest than you think. You rememberthat the affair of the blue carbuncle, which appeared to be a merewhim at first, developed into a serious investigation. It may be so inthis case, also."
5.   "What paper?" I asked.
6.  "Not such important ones. But can't you have this fellow arrested?""Yes, Watson, I could. That's what worries him so."


1.  The solemn Mr. Merryweather perched himself upon a crate, witha very injured expression upon his face, while Holmes fell uponhis knees upon the floor and, with the lantern and a magnifyinglens, began to examine minutely the cracks between the stones. Afew seconds sufficed to satisfy him, for he sprang to his feetagain and put his glass in his pocket.
2.  "'I was blue ribbon at that time, and we were putting a little moneyby, and all was as bright as a new dollar. My God, whoever wouldhave thought that it could have come to this? Whoever would havedreamed it?
3.  "Well, I don't think there is anything of value missing, I am surethere was nothing in my son's trunks."
4、  "The Vicarage.
5、  -THE END-




  • 罗映姬 08-05

      "I was walking on the cliff when I heard his cry. He was at the edgeof the water, reeling about like a drunken man. I ran down, threw someclothes about him, and brought him up. For heaven's sake, Holmes,use all the powers you have and spare no pains to lift the cursefrom this place, for life is becoming unendurable. Can you, with allyour world-wide reputation, do nothing for us?"

  • 列宁 08-05

      "No, there is nothing."

  • 王竹 08-05

       Holmes laughed at the young giant's naive astonishment."You live in a different world to me, Mr. Overton- a sweeter andhealthier one. My ramifications stretch out into many sections ofsociety, but never, I am happy to say, into amateur sport, which isthe best and soundest thing in England. However, your unexpected visitthis morning shows me that even in that world of fresh air and fairplay, there may be work for me to do. So now, my good sir, I beg youto sit down and to tell me, slowly and quietly, exactly what it isthat has occurred, and how you desire that I should help you."Young Overton's face assumed the bothered look of the man who ismore accustomed to using his muscles than his wits, but by degrees,with many repetitions and obscurities which I may omit from hisnarrative, he laid his strange story before us.

  • 韩浩 08-05

      "Athens, perhaps."

  • 冷洌 08-04

    {  Our acquaintance looked surprised, and then, glancing down, he beganto laugh.

  • 宋秋霞 08-03

      "What can we hope to do?"}

  • 李富生 08-03

      "All would now have been well for them had it not been for myknowledge of what they had done. I have no doubt that there were timeswhen my life hung in the balance. I was confined to my room,terrorized by the most horrible threats, cruelly ill-used to breakmy spirit- see this stab on my shoulder and the bruises from end toend of my arms- and a gag was thrust into my mouth on the one occasionwhen I tried to call from the window. For five days this cruelimprisonment continued, with hardly enough food to hold body andsoul together. This afternoon a good lunch was brought me, but themoment after I took it I knew that I had been drugged. In a sort ofdream I remember being half-led, half-carried to the carriage, inthe same state I was conveyed to the train. Only then, when the wheelswere almost moving, did I suddenly realize that my liberty lay in myown hands. I sprang out, they tried to drag me back, and had it notbeen for the help of this good man, who led me to the cab, I shouldnever have broken away. Now, thank God, I am beyond their powerforever."

  • 孙自铎 08-03

      "That is so."

  • 董军 08-02

       "I am a dog-fancier myself," said Holmes. "Now, if it is a fairquestion, what would a prize dog like that cost?"

  • 梁栋贤 07-31

    {  "Certainly I owe you an explanation, and you shall have it. Butyou will permit me to handle the matter in my own way? Is the ladycapable of seeing us, Watson?"

  • 冷东 07-31

      "'"I am strong enough, Mr. Musgrave," said she.