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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  He held out his hand, and I saw in the light of the lamp that two ofhis knuckles were burst and bleeding.
2.  "Here is a very fashionable epistle," I remarked as be entered."Your morning letters, if I remember right, were from a fish-mongerand a tide-waiter."
3.  It is, indeed, a fearful place. The torrent, swollen the meltingsnow, plunges into a tremendous abyss, from which the spray rolls uplike the smoke from a burning house. The shaft into which the riverhurls itself is an immense chasm, lined by glistening coal-black rock,and narrowing into a creaming, boiling pit of incalculable depth,which brims over and shoots the stream onward over its jagged lip. Thelong sweep of green water roaring forever down, and the thickflickering curtain of spray hissing forever upward, turn a man giddywith their constant whirl and clamour. We stood near the edgepeering down at the gleam of the breaking water far below us againstthe black rocks, and listening to the half-human shout which camebooming up with the spray out of the abyss.
4.  "Precisely so. Head attendant at the Hotel Cosmopolitan.Pray step into the cab, and I shall soon be able to tell youeverything which you would wish to know."
5.  "Why did he go? Because, from his bedroom window, he saw theflight of the boy, because he wished to overtake him and bring himback. He seized his bicycle, pursued the lad, and in pursuing himmet his death."
6.  "Then how could you know?"


1.  "No, sir; I had a telegram."
2.  "No stain! But there must-"
3.  "The facts of the case, as far as I have worked them out, are these:This Joseph Harrison entered the office through the Charles Streetdoor, and knowing his way he walked straight into your room theinstant after you left it. Finding no one there he promptly rang thebell, and at the instant that he did so his eyes caught the paper uponthe table. A glance showed him that chance had put in his way aState document of immense value, and in an instant he had thrust itinto his pocket and was gone. A few minutes elapsed, as youremember, before the sleepy commissionaire drew your attention tothe bell, and those were just enough to give the thief time to makehis escape.
4.  "`I wish to the Lord, Mr. Wilson, that I was a red-headedman.'
5.  There was an agitated knock at the door, and an instant afterwardsDr. Huxtable was in the room. In his hand he held a blue cricket-capwith a white chevron on the peak.
6.  "Why did she not?"


1.  "Your reasoning is certainly plausible."
2.  "Dear me! that is friendship indeed."
3.  "These theories take no account of the telegram."
4.  "No."
5.   "It is a noiseless lock," said he. "It is no wonder that it didnot wake you. This case, I presume, contains the coronet. We must havea look at it." He opened the case, and taking out the diadem he laidit upon the table. It was a magnificent specimen of the jeweller'sart, and the thirty-six stones were the finest that I have everseen. At one side of the coronet was a cracked edge, where a cornerholding three gems had been torn away.
6.  A lath-and-plaster partition had been run across the passage sixfeet from the end, with a door cunningly concealed in it. It was litwithin by slits under the eaves. A few articles of furniture and asupply of food and water were within, together with a number ofbooks and papers.


1.  "You are right, Mr. Holmes. I never gave a thought to my toilet. Iwas only too glad to get out of such a house. But I have beenrunning round making inquiries before I came to you. I went to thehouse agents, you know, and they said that Mr. Garcia's rent waspaid up all right and that everything was in order at Wisteria Lodge.""Come, come, sir," said Holmes, laughing. "You are like my friend,Dr. Watson, who has a bad habit of telling his stories wrong endforemost. Please arrange your thoughts and let me know, in their duesequence, exactly what those events are which have sent you outunbrushed and unkempt, with dress boots and waistcoat buttoned awry,in search of advice and assistance."
2.  "Exactly, Mr. Holmes, exactly. You put the very question which Ihave asked myself again and again. There can be no doubt that thisfellow must have known the house and its habits. He must haveperfectly understood that the servants would all be in bed at thatcomparatively early hour, and that no one could possibly hear a bellring in the kitchen. Therefore, he must have been in close league withone of the servants. Surely that is evident. But there are eightservants, and all of good character."
3.  "A monkey, then?'
4、  I picked up the paper which he had thrown back to me and read theparagraph indicated. It was headed, "A Gruesome Packet.""Miss Susan Cushing, living at Cross Street, Croydon, has been madethe victim of what must be regarded as a peculiarly revoltingpractical joke unless some more sinister meaning should prove to beattached to the incident. At two o'clock yesterday afternoon a smallpacket, wrapped in brown paper, was handed in by the postman. Acardboard box was inside, which was filled with coarse salt. Onemptying this, Miss Cushing was horrified to find two human ears,apparently quite freshly severed. The box had been sent by parcel postfrom Belfast upon the morning before. There is no indication as to thesender, and the matter is the more mysterious as Miss Cushing, whois a maiden lady of fifty, has led a most retired life, and has so fewacquaintances or correspondents that it is a rare event for her toreceive anything through the post. Some years ago, however, when sheresided at Penge, she let apartments in her house to three youngmedical students, whom she was obliged to get rid of on account oftheir noisy and irregular habits. The police are of opinion thatthis outrage may have been perpetrated upon Miss Cushing by theseyouths, who owed her a grudge and who hoped to frighten her by sendingher these relics of the dissecting-rooms. Some probability is lentto the theory by the fact that one of these students came from thenorth of Ireland, and, to the best of Miss Cushing's belief, fromBelfast. In the meantime, the matter is being actively investigated,Mr. Lestrade, one of the very smartest of our detective officers,being in charge of the case."
5、  "He came again and again. Yet I was aware that Gennaro was no morehappy than I was in his presence. My poor husband would sit pale andlistless, listening to the endless raving upon politics and uponsocial questions which made up our visitor's conversation. Gennarosaid nothing, but I, who knew him so well, could read in his face someemotion which I had never seen there before. At first I thought thatit was dislike. And then, gradually, I understood that it was morethan dislike. It was fear- a deep, secret, shrinking fear. That night-the night that I read his terror- I put my arms round him and Iimplored him by his love for me and by all that he held dear to holdnothing from me, and to tell me why this huge man overshadowed him so."He told me, and my own heart grew cold as ice as I listened. Mypoor Gennaro, in his wild and fiery days, when all the world seemedagainst him and his mind was driven half mad by the injustices oflife, had joined a Neapolitan society, the Red Circle, which wasallied to the old Carbonari. The oaths and secrets of this brotherhoodwere frightful, but once within its rule no escape was possible.When we had fled to America Gennaro thought that he had cast it alloff forever. What was his horror one evening to meet in the streetsthe very man who had initiated him in Naples, the giant Gorgiano, aman who had earned the name of 'Death' in the south of Italy, for hewas red to the elbow in murder! He had come to New York to avoid theItalian police, and he had already planted a branch of this dreadfulsociety in his new home. All this Gennaro told me and showed me asummons which he had received that very day, a Red Circle drawn uponthe head of it telling him that a lodge would be held upon a certaindate, and that his presence at it was required and ordered."That was bad enough, but worse was to come. I had noticed forsome time that when Gorgiano came to us, as he constantly did, inthe evening, he spoke much to me; and even when his words were to myhusband those terrible, glaring, wildbeast eyes of his were alwaysturned upon me. One night his secret came out. I had awakened whathe called 'love' within him- the love of a brute- a savage. Gennarohad not yet returned when he came. He pushed his way in, seized mein his mighty arms, hugged me in his bear's embrace, covered me withkisses, and implored me to come away with him. I was struggling andscreaming when Gennaro entered and attacked him. He struck Gennarosenseless and fled from the house which he was never more to enter. Itwas a deadly enemy that we made that night.




  • 李滢嫣 08-08

      "No, but I fancy that I may have deduced a little more. I imaginethat you saw all that I did."

  • 袁小宁 08-08

      "Of course I was pleased to hear this. I had always been prettysharp in the office, but I had never dreamed that I was talked aboutin the City in this fashion.

  • 李靥 08-08

       Billy had appeared in answer to a ring.

  • 唐白河 08-08

      "Undoubtedly. It is quite clear that the colonel was a cool anddesperate man, who was absolutely determined that nothing should standin the way of his little game, like those out-and-out pirates who willleave no survivor from a captured ship. Well, every moment now isprecious, so if you feel equal to it we shall go down to Scotland Yardat once as a preliminary to starting for Eyford."

  • 刘维用 08-07

    {  "And now there is only she to be described. She is my niece; butwhen my brother died five years ago and left her alone in the worldI adopted her, and have looked upon her ever since as my daughter. Sheis a sunbeam in my house sweet, loving, beautiful, a wonderful managerand housekeeper, yet as tender and quiet and gentle as a woman couldbe. She is my right hand. I do not know what I could do without her.In only one matter has she ever gone against my wishes. Twice my boyhas asked her to marry him, for he loves her devotedly, but eachtime she has refused him. I think that if anyone could have drawnhim into the right path it would have been she, and that hismarriage might have changed his whole life; but now, alas! it is toolate-forever too late!

  • 切玛 08-06

      In recording from time to time some of the curious experiences andinteresting recollections which I associate with my long andintimate friendship with Mr. Sherlock Holmes, I have continuallybeen faced by difficulties caused by his own aversion to publicity. Tohis sombre and cynical spirit all popular applause was alwaysabhorrent, and nothing amused him more at the end of a successful casethan to hand over the actual exposure to some orthodox official, andto listen with a mocking smile to the general chorus of misplacedcongratulation. It was indeed this attitude upon the part of my friendand certainly not any lack of interesting material which has caused meof late years to lay very few of my records before the public. Myparticipation in some of his adventures was always a privilege whichentailed discretion and reticence upon me.}

  • 蒋绍静 08-06

      "Well, well, such is fame! But, then, if I remember right, you hadnot heard the name of Professor James Moriarty, who had one of thegreat brains of the century. Just give me down my index of biographiesfrom the shelf."

  • 朱达 08-06

      It was a gloomy, high-ceilinged room at the back of the house,with a straw litter in one corner, which served apparently as a bedfor the cook. The table was piled with half-eaten dishes and dirtyplates, the debris of last night's dinner.

  • 潘宇珍 08-05

       "Well, I did what she said, Mr. Holmes, and I carried the birdall the way to Kilburn. I told my pal what I had done, for he wasa man that it was easy to tell a thing like that to. He laugheduntil he choked, and we got a knife and opened the goose. Myheart turned to water, for there was no sign of the stone, and Iknew that some terrible mistake had occurred. I left the bird,rushed back to my sister's, and hurried into the back yard. Therewas not a bird to be seen there.

  • 克罗兰 08-03

    {  "This is where the young man's body lay," said he, indicating a spotabout three feet from the metals. "It could not have fallen fromabove, for these, as you see, are all blank walls. Therefore, it couldonly have come from a train, and that train, so far as we can traceit, must have passed about midnight on Monday."

  • 林剑鸣 08-03

      "So it appears."