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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "My dear Watson, can you doubt that it was to him that I firstapplied? I do not know whether it came from his own innate depravityor from the promptings of his master, but he was rude enough to seta dog at me. Neither dog nor man liked the look of my stick,however, and the matter fell through. Relations were strained afterthat, and further inquiries out of the question. All that I havelearned I got from a friendly native in the yard of our own inn. Itwas he who told me of the doctor's habits and of his daily journey. Atthat instant, to give point to his words, the carriage came round tothe door."
2.  "None. Neville wrote those words."
3.  "I will go when I have said my say. Don't you dare to meddle with myaffairs. I know that Miss Stoner has been here. I traced her! I am adangerous man to fall foul off See here." He stepped swiftlyforward, seized the poker, and bent it into a curve with his hugebrown hands.
4.  "I accuse you," said he. "And now, your Grace, I'll trouble youfor that check."
5.  "Yes. Her bed this morning had not been slept in, her room wasempty, and a note for me lay upon the hall table. I had said to herlast night, in sorrow and not in anger, that if she had married my boyall might have been well with him. Perhaps it was thoughtless of me tosay so. It is to that remark that she refers in this note:'MY DEAREST UNCLE:
6.  "What can it be, then?"


1.  "She walked into the breakfast-room."
2.  "To the best of my belief, they were rolled up."
3.  Mycroft Holmes took out a sheet of paper.
4.  "That was what the county coroner asked me at the inquiry. It ismy strong impression that I heard it, and yet, among the crash ofthe gale and the creaking of an old house, I may possibly have beendeceived."
5.  "Surely that is Baker Street" I answered, staring through the dimwindow.
6.  "I am afraid," said I, "that the facts are so obvious that youwill find little credit to be gained out of this case.""There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact," he answered,laughing. "Besides, we may chance to hit upon some other obvious factswhich may have been by no means obvious to Mr. Lestrade. You know metoo well to think that I am boasting when I say that I shall eitherconfirm or destroy his theory by means which he is quite incapableof employing, or even of understanding. To take the first example tohand, I very clearly perceive that in your bedroom the window isupon the right-hand side, and yet I question whether Mr. Lestradewould have noted even so self-evident a thing as that.""How on earth-"


1.  "Get out!" said he.
2.  "'A hundred and six and a quarter to a hundred and five andseven-eighths.'
3.  "If I didn't know you were a good man, Walters, I should put a blackmark against you for this. If it were the devil himself a constable onduty should never thank God that he could not lay his hands uponhim. I suppose the whole thing is not a vision and a touch of nerves?""That, at least, is very easily settled," said Holmes, lightinghis little pocket lantern. "Yes," he reported, after a shortexamination of the grass bed, "a number twelve shoe, I should say.If he was all on the same scale as his foot he must certainly havebeen a giant."
4.  "They are here, in my overcoat."
5.   "That is a hard saying, Mr. Holmes."
6.  "It is surely rather fanciful."


1.  "Halloa! Stop there!" he shouted, holding his bicycle to block ourroad. "Where did you get that dog-cart? Pull up, man!" he yelled,drawing a pistol from his side "Pull up, I say, or, by George, I'llput a bullet into your horse."
2.  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
3.  "And leave your case unfinished?"
4、  "No doubt it was foolish of me to threaten a brave man likeyourself."
5、  "Well, there's no need for me to dwell on that part of it. Youknow now what James Barclay was capable of. Bhurtee was relieved byNeill next day, but the rebels took me away with them in theirretreat, and it was many a long year before ever I saw a white faceagain. I was tortured and tried to get away, and was captured andtortured again. You can see for yourselves the state in which I wasleft. Some of them that fled into Nepal took me with them, and thenafterwards I was up past Darjeeling. The hill-folk up there murderedthe rebels who had me, and I became their slave for a time until Iescaped; but instead of going south I had to go north, until I foundmyself among the Afghans. There I wandered about for many a year,and at last came back to the Punjab, where I lived mostly among thenatives and picked up a living by the conjuring tricks that I hadlearned. What use was it for me, a wretched cripple, to go back toEngland or to make myself known to my old comrades? Even my wish forrevenge would not make me do that. I had rather that Nancy and myold pals should think of Harry Wood as having died with a straightback, than see him living and crawling with a stick like a chimpanzee.They never doubted that I was dead, and I meant that they nevershould. I heard that Barclay had married Nancy, and that he was risingrapidly in the regiment, but even that did not make me speak."But when one gets old one has a longing for home. For years I'vebeen dreaming of the bright green fields and the hedges of England. Atlast I determined to see them before I died. I saved enough to bringme across, and then I came here where the soldiers are, for I knowtheir ways and how to amuse them and so earn enough to keep me.""Your narrative is most interesting," said Sherlock Holmes. "Ihave already heard of your meeting with Mrs. Barclay, and yourmutual recognition. You then, as I understand, followed her home andsaw through the window an altercation between her husband and her,in which she doubtless cast his conduct to you in his teeth. Yourown feelings overcame you, and you ran across the lawn and broke inupon them."




  • 薄雪 08-11

      "Burglary! This is more interesting. Let me hear the details."Lestrade took out his official notebook and refreshed his memoryfrom its pages.

  • 伊万诺娃 08-11

      "One moment, Gregson," said Holmes. "I rather fancy that this ladymay be as anxious to give us information as we can be to get it. Youunderstand, madam, that your husband will be arrested and tried forthe death of the man who lies before us? What you say may be used inevidence. But if you think that he has acted from motives which arenot criminal, and which he would wish to have known, then you cannotserve him better than by telling us the whole story."

  • 梅赫尔·塔拉尔 08-11

       "That is easily got."

  • 王元化 08-11


  • 陈龙龙 08-10

    {  "Very sorry to knock you up, Watson," said he, "but it's thecommon lot this morning. Mrs. Hudson has been knocked up, she retortedupon me, and I on you."

  • 乾女坤 08-09

      "Well, in the first place, others were dependent upon her, and itwas no light matter for her to let them all down by sacrificing herliving. When I had sworn- as I did- that she should never bemolested again, she consented to remain. But there was another reason.She knew the influence she had over me, and that it was strongerthan any other influence in the world. She wanted to use it for good.""How?"}

  • 王金平 08-09

      "I saw it in a paper," explained the American. "It gave the name andthe church but not where the lady lived."

  • 孙旭光 08-09

      "'I don't wonder that you are surprised,' said she, and I couldsee that her fingers were trembling as she undid the fastenings of hermantle. 'Why, I never remember having done such a thing in my lifebefore. The fact is that I felt as though I were choking and had aperfect longing for a breath of fresh air. I really think that Ishould have fainted if I had not gone out. I stood at the door for afew minutes, and now I am quite myself again.'

  • 刘福莲 08-08

       "Ah, yes, we shall want something of the sort. And you, Mr. Price?""A clerk," said I.

  • 凯恩 08-06

    {  "Certainly, Mr. Holmes."

  • 周家桥 08-06

      "That is the lady," said Holmes.