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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  THE OLD MAN IS DEAD.
2.  "Exactly- one of the richest men in Kent- Lady Brackenstall is inthe morning-room. Poor lady, she has had a most dreadful experience.She seemed half dead when I saw her first. I think you had best seeher and hear her account of the facts. Then we will examine thedining-room together."
3.  "I don't know who you are," he cried, "nor how you come to know whatyou do know, but will you swear that this is true that you tell me?""Why, they are only waiting for her to come to her senses toarrest her."
4.  "Certainly not," I answered.
5.  "Well, I don't insist upon it. Whatever the cause, Colonel Moranbegan to go wrong. Without any open scandal, he still made India toohot to hold him. He retired, came to London, and again acquired anevil name. It was at this time that he was sought out by ProfessorMoriarty, to whom for a time he was chief of the staff. Moriartysupplied him liberally with money, and used him only in one or twovery high-class jobs, which no ordinary criminal could haveundertaken. You may have some recollection of the death of Mrs.Stewart, of Lauder, in 1887. Not? Well, I am sure Moran was at thebottom of it, but nothing could be proved. So cleverly was the colonelconcealed that, even when the Moriarty gang was broken up, we couldnot incriminate him. You remember at that date, when I called upon youin your rooms, how I put up the shutters for fear of air-guns? Nodoubt you thought me fanciful. I knew exactly what I was doing, forI knew of the existence of this remarkable gun, and I knew also thatone of the best shots in the world would be behind it. When we were inSwitzerland he followed us with Moriarty, and it was undoubtedly hewho gave me that evil five minutes on the Reichenbach ledge."You may think that I read the papers with some attention duringmy sojourn in France, on the look-out for any chance of laying himby the heels. So long as he was free in London, my life would reallynot have been worth living. Night and day the shadow would have beenover me, and sooner or later his chance must have come. What could Ido? I could not shoot him at sight, or I should myself be in the dock.There was no use appealing to a magistrate. They cannot interfere onthe strength of what would appear to them to be a wild suspicion. So Icould do nothing. But I watched the criminal news, knowing that sooneror later I should get him. Then came the death of this Ronald Adair.My chance had come at last. Knowing what I did, was it not certainthat Colonel Moran had done it? He had played cards with the lad, hehad followed him home from the club, he had shot him through theopen window. There was not a doubt of it. The bullets alone are enoughto put his head in a noose. I came over at once. I was seen by thesentinel, who would, I knew, direct the colonel's attention to mypresence. He could not fail to connect my sudden return with hiscrime, and to be terribly alarmed. I was sure that he would make anattempt to get me out of the way at once, and would bring round hismurderous weapon for that purpose. I left him an excellent mark in thewindow, and, having warned the police that they might be needed- bythe way, Watson, you spotted their presence in that doorway withunerring accuracy- I took up what seemed to me to be a judiciouspost for observation, never dreaming that he would choose the samespot for his attack. Now, my dear Watson, does anything remain forme to explain?"
6.  "'You have been very kind,' said he, 'but I must have this money, orelse I can never show my face inside the club again.'


1.  "That's true, sir."
2.  "This outburst rather astonished me, as you can think. 'Well,'said I, 'other people don't think quite so much of me as you seem todo, Mr. Pinner. I had a hard enough fight to get this berth, and Iam very glad to have it.'
3.  "There was a period of excitement upon August 26th. We will assumethat he is a little hazy as to what he does at such times. If weinsist that we are there by appointment I think he will hardly ventureto contradict us. Have you the effrontery necessary to put itthrough?"
4.  "Where, then, is my wife?"
5.  "Quite so. Why? When we answer that we have made some progresswith our little problem. Why? There can be only one adequate reason.Someone wanted to learn to imitate your writing and had to procure aspecimen of it first. And now if we pass on to the second point wefind that each throws light upon the other. That point is therequest made by Pinner that you should not resign your place, butshould leave the manager of this important business in the fullexpectation that a Mr. Hall Pycroft, whom he had never seen, was aboutto enter the office upon the Monday morning."
6.  "The Langham Hotel will find me."


1.  "I need not explain, madame. I have too much respect for yourintelligence to do so- though I confess that intelligence has beensurprisingly at fault of late."
2.  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
3.  Holmes sat up again.
5.   "You can't help me."
6.  "What I cannot understand," said I, "is why they should havespared you when they found you lying fainting in the garden. Perhapsthe villain was softened by the woman's entreaties."


1.  compelled to eat it."
2.  "Exactly so. But I am now sleeping in the middle one."
3.  "'It was in this way. We had gone on the May Day for a roundvoyage of seven days, but a hogshead got loose and started one ofour plates, so that we had to put back into port for twelve hours. Ileft the ship and came home, thinking what a surprise it would befor my wife, and hoping that maybe she would be glad to see me sosoon. The thought was in my head as I turned into my own street and atthat moment a cab passed me, and there she was, sitting by the side ofFairbairn, the two chatting and laughing, with never a thought forme as I stood watching them from the footpath.
4、  "Certainly not."
5、  "'You are mad, Elise!' he shouted, struggling to break away fromher. 'You will be the ruin of us. He has seen too much. Let me pass, Isay!' He dashed her to one side, and, rushing to the window, cut at mewith his heavy weapon. I had let myself go, and was hanging by thehands to the sill, when his blow fell. I was conscious of a dull pain,my grip loosened, and I fell into the garden below.




  • 蒋公 08-03


  • 于小伟 08-03

      "Both of your lamps were lit, of course?"

  • 张行湘 08-03

       At Waterloo we were fortunate in catching a train for Leatherhead,where we hired a trap at the station inn and drove for four or fivemiles through the lovely Surrey lanes. It was a perfect day, with abright sun and a few fleecy clouds in the heavens. The trees andwayside hedges were just throwing out their first green shoots, andthe air was full of the pleasant smell of the moist earth. To me atleast there was a strange contrast between the sweet promise of thespring and this sinister quest upon which we were engaged. Mycompanion sat in the front of the trap, his arms folded, his hatpulled down over his eyes, and his chin sunk upon his breast, buriedin the deepest thought. Suddenly, however, he started, tapped me onthe shoulder, and pointed over the meadows.

  • 阿历克斯 08-03


  • 张大同 08-02

    {  Bannister entered, and shrank back in evident surprise and fear atour judicial appearance.

  • 李连杰 08-01

      "'Arthur' I screamed, 'you villain! you thief! How dare you touchthat coronet?'}

  • 刘明珍 08-01

      -THE END-

  • 乔治·卡波恩 08-01

      "No, I expect not," said Holmes. "I think I can promise you that youwill feel even less humorous as the evening advances. Now, lookhere, Count Sylvius. I'm a busy man and I can't waste time. I'mgoing into that bedroom. Pray make yourselves quite at home in myabsence. You can explain to your friend how the matter lies withoutthe restraint of my presence. I shall try over the Hoffman 'Barcarole'upon my violin. In five minutes I shall return for your finalanswer. You quite grasp the alternative, do you not? Shall we takeyou, or shall we have the stone?"

  • 朱德传 07-31

       "Was it equally pale all over?"

  • 凌勇 07-29

    {  I bathed his face in oil, put cotton wadding on the raw surfaces,and administered a hypodermic of morphia. All suspicion of me hadpassed from his mind in the presence of this shock, and he clung to myhands as if I might have the power even yet to clear those dead-fisheyes which gazed up at me. I could have wept over the ruin had I notremembered very clearly the vile life which had led up to so hideous achange. It was loathsome to feel the pawing of his burning hands,and I was relieved when his family surgeon, closely followed by aspecialist, came to relieve me of my charge. An inspector of policehad also arrived, and to him I handed my real card. It would have beenuseless as well as foolish to do otherwise, for I was nearly as wellknown by sight at the Yard as Holmes himself. Then I left that houseof gloom and terror. Within an hour I was at Baker Street.Holmes was seated in his familiar chair, looking very pale andexhausted. Apart from his injuries, even his iron nerves had beenshocked by the events of the evening, and he listened with horror tomy account of the Baron's transformation.

  • 格拉尔米欧伯利 07-29

      "Will you come with me?" asked Holmes, glancing up.