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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  So, indeed, it proved, and as I come to the dark conclusion of astory which had seemed to me to be only childish and bizarre, Iexperience once again the dismay and horror with which I was filled.Would that I had some brighter ending to communicate to my readers,but these are the chronicles of fact, and I must follow to theirdark crisis the strange chain of events which for some days madeRiding Thorpe Manor a household word through the length and breadth ofEngland.
2.  "'Dear me! How very impertinent! Kindly turn round and motion to himto go away.'
3.  "I had left Baden and could not inquire."
4.  "Well, if you know, what do you want to ask for?"
5.  "On the back, sir. No trace of a struggle. No marks. No weapon.The short note from Miss Dunbar was clutched in her left hand.""Clutched, you say?"
6.  "He writes from Lower Brixton," said Mycroft Holmes. "Do you notthink that we might drive to him now, Sherlock, and learn theseparticulars?"


1.  "I could perhaps suggest that the set should be valued by anexpert."
2.  Holmes could look very formidable when he was moved.
3.  "Where, then?"
4.  "The burglar, sir. He was off like a shot and got clean away. He'djust broke in at the pantry window when William came on him and methis end in saving his master's property."
5.  "We can now see a reason for the disappearance of Garcia'shousehold. They were all confederates in the same unknown crime. If itcame off when Garcia returned, any possible suspicion would bewarded off by the Englishman's evidence, and all would be well. Butthe attempt was a dangerous one, and if Garcia did not return by acertain hour it was probable that his own life had been sacrificed. Ithad been arranged, therefore, that in such a case his two subordinateswere to make for some prearranged spot where they could escapeinvestigation and be in a position afterwards to renew theirattempt. That would fully explain the facts, would it not?"The whole inexplicable tangle seemed to straighten out before me.I wondered, as I always did, how it had not been obvious to me before."But why should one servant return?"
6.  "I fancy not. The thieves ransacked the library and got verylittle for their pains. The whole place was turned upside down,drawers burst open, and presses ransacked, with the result that an oddvolume of Pope's Homer, two plated candlesticks, an ivoryletter-weight, a small oak barometer, and a ball of twine are all thathave vanished."


1.  "'It was the year '55, when the Crimean War was at its height, andthe old convict ships had been largely used as transports in the BlackSea. The government was compelled, therefore, to use smaller andless suitable vessels for sending out their prisoners. The GloriaScott had been in the Chinese tea-trade, but she was an old-fashioned,heavy-bowed, broad-beamed craft, and the new clippers had cut her out.She was a five-hundred-ton boat; and besides her thirty-eightjail-birds, she carried twenty-six of a crew, eighteen soldiers, acaptain, three mates, a doctor, a chaplain, and four warders. Nearly ahundred souls were in her, all told, when we set sail from Falmouth."'The partitions between the cells of the convicts instead ofbeing of thick oak, as is usual in convict-ships, were quite thinand frail. The man next to me, upon the aft side, was one whom I hadparticularly noticed when we were led down the quay. He was a youngman with a clear, hairless face, a long, thin nose, and rathernut-cracker jaws. He carried his head very jauntily in the air, hada swaggering style of walking, and was, above all else, remarkable forhis extraordinary height. I don't think any of our heads would havecome up to his shoulder, and I am sure that he could not have measuredless than six and a half feet. It was strange among so many sad andweary faces to see one which was full of energy and resolution. Thesight of it was to me like a fire in a snowstorm. I was glad, then, tofind that he was my neighbour, and gladder still when, in the deadof the night, I heard a whisper close to my ear and found that hehad managed to cut an opening in the board which separated us."'"Hullo, chummy!" said he, "what's your name, and what are youhere for?"
2.  "Well, Mr. Holmes, then."
3.  "I think so. If this matter is not to become public, we must giveourselves certain powers and resolve ourselves into a small privatecourt-martial. You there, if you please, Soames! Watson you here! I'lltake the armchair in the middle. I think that we are nowsufficiently imposing to strike terror into a guilty breast. Kindlyring the bell!"
4.  "'Ah, boys,' said he, forcing a smile, 'I hope I haven'tfrightened you. Strong as I look, there is a weak place in my heart,and it does not take much to knock me over. I don't know how youmanage this, Mr. Holmes, but it seems to me that all the detectives offact and of fancy would be children in your hands. That's your line oflife, sir, and you may take the word of a man who has seen somethingof the world.'
5.   Binders, reapers, steam and hand plows, drills, harrows, farmers'carts, buckboards, and all other appliances.
6.  "Farewell, then," said the old man solemnly. "Your own deathbeds,when they come, will be the easier for the thought of the peacewhich you have given to mine." Tottering and shaking in all hisgiant frame, he stumbled slowly from the room.


1.  "I fear, sir," said Holmes, "that, interesting and indeedessential as these details are, my inquiries must go more to theroot of things. What was the letter?"
2.  "Then it was open all the time?"
3.  "That is the problem which we have to solve," Holmes answered,"and for my part I shall set about it by presuming that my reasoningis correct and that a double murder has been committed. One of theseears is a woman's, small, finely formed, and pierced for an earring.The other is a man's, sun-burned, discoloured, and also pierced for anearring. These two people are presumably dead, or we should have heardtheir story before now. To-day is Friday. The packet was posted onThursday morning. The tragedy, then, occurred on Wednesday or Tuesday,or earlier. If the two people were murdered, who but their murdererwould have sent this sign of his work to Miss Cushing? We may takeit that the sender of the packet is the man whom we want. But hemust have some strong reason for sending Miss Cushing this packet.What reason then? It must have been to tell her that the deed wasdone! or to pain her, perhaps. But in that case she knows who it is.Does she know? I doubt it. If she knew, why should she call the policein? She might have buried the ears, and no one would have been thewiser. That is what she would have done if she had wished to shieldthe criminal. But if she does not wish to shield him she would givehis name. There is a tangle here which needs straightening out." Hehad been talking in a high, quick voice, staring blankly up over thegarden fence, but now he sprang briskly to his feet and walked towardsthe house.
4、  "He only, as I understand, gave an inarticulate cry?"
5、  "The name, you see, is in perfectly black ink, which has drieditself. The rest is of the grayish colour, which shows thatblotting-paper has been used. If it had been written straight off, andthen blotted, none would be of a deep black shade. This man haswritten the name, and there has then been a pause before he wrotethe address, which can only mean that he was not familiar with it.It is, of course, a trifle, but there is nothing so important astrifles. Let us now see the letter. Ha! There has been an enclosurehere!"




  • 寿鹏 08-03

      "Well, you will be surprised to hear that there is no stain on thewhite woodwork to correspond."

  • 陈文卿 08-03

      "The goose, Mr. Holmes! The goose, sir!" he gasped.

  • 张丕荣 08-03

       "I had a little talk with old Cunningham afterwards as to themotive of the crime. He was tractable enough, though his son was aperfect demon, ready to blow out his own or anybody else's brains ifhe could have got to his revolver. When Cunningham saw that the caseagainst him was so strong he lost all heart and made a clean breast ofeverything. It seems that William had secretly followed his twomasters on the night when they made their raid upon Mr. Acton's and,having thus got them into his power, proceeded, under threats ofexposure, to levy blackmail upon them. Mr. Alec, however, was adangerous man to play games of that sort with. It was a stroke ofpositive genius on his part to see in the burglary scare which wasconvulsing the countryside an opportunity of plausibly getting ridof the man whom he feared. William was decoyed up and shot, and hadthey only got the whole of the note and paid a little more attentionto detail in their accessories, it is very possible that suspicionmight never have been aroused.

  • 林勤德 08-03

      He had hardly spoken before there rushed into the room one of themost lovely young women that I have ever seen in my life. Her violeteyes shining, her lips parted, a pink flush upon her cheeks, allthought of her natural reserve lost in her overpowering excitement andconcern.

  • 三船敏郎 08-02

    {  "Oh, you may carry that feeling away with you. I assure you thatyour little problem promises to be the most interesting which has comemy way for some months. There is something distinctly novel about someof the features. If you should find yourself in doubt or in danger-""Danger! What danger do you foresee?"

  • 胡家强 08-01

      "Especially upon one point. Possibly you could help me upon it?""You apply for my advice rather late in the day. I thought thatyou had your own all-sufficient methods. Still, I am ready to helpyou."}

  • 友卉 08-01

      Holmes had looked annoyed, but his brow cleared, and he clapped meon the shoulder.

  • 骆警官 08-01

      "Ah, thereby hangs a rather painful tale. This fellow is madly,insanely, in love with her, but some two years ago, when he was only alad, and before he really knew her, for she had been away five yearsat a boarding-school, what does the idiot do but get into the clutchesof a barmaid in Bristol and marry her at a registry office? No oneknows a word of the matter, but you can imagine how maddening itmust be to him to be upbraided for not doing what he would give hisvery eyes to do, but what he knows to be absolutely impossible. It wassheer frenzy of this sort which made him throw his hands up into theair when his father, at their last interview, was goading him on topropose to Miss Turner. On the other hand, he had no means ofsupporting himself, and his father, who was by all accounts a veryhard man, would have thrown him over utterly had he known the truth.It was with his barmaid wife that he had spent the last three daysin Bristol, and his father did not know where he was. Mark that point.It is of importance. Good has come out of evil, however, for thebarmaid, finding from the papers that he is in serious trouble andlikely to be hanged, has thrown him over utterly and has written tohim to say that she has a husband already in the Bermuda Dockyard,so that there is really no tie between them. I think that of newshas consoled young McCarthy for all that he has suffered.""But if he is innocent, who has done it?"

  • 申果庄 07-31

       "Did you post that letter yourself?"

  • 钟响 07-29

    {  "I am afraid that this is a bad business, Watson," said my companionas he returned after accompanying Mr. Grant Munro to the door. "Whatdo you make of it?"

  • 张汉亚 07-29

      "In the Italian Quarter?"