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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "But the money, Mr. Holmes, the money!"
2.  "What was her explanation?"
3.  "These two men, close and confidential friends, are the centre ofthe household; but there is one other person who for our immediatepurpose may be even more important. Henderson has two children-girls of eleven and thirteen. Their governess is a Miss Burnet, anEnglishwoman of forty or thereabouts. There is also one confidentialmanservant. This little group forms the real family, for they travelabout together, and Henderson is a great traveller, always on themove. It is only within the last few weeks that he has returned, aftera year's absence, to High Gable. I may add that he is enormously rich,and whatever his whims may be he can very easily satisfy them. For therest, his house is full of butlers, footmen, maidservants, and theusual overfed, underworked staff of a large English country-house."So much I learned partly from village gossip and partly from my ownobservation. There are no better instruments than dischargedservants with a grievance, and I was lucky enough to find one. Icall it luck, but it would not have come my way had I not been lookingout for it. As Baynes remarks, we all have our systems. It was mysystem which enabled me to find John Warner, late gardener of HighGable, sacked in a moment of temper by his imperious employer. He inturn had friends among the indoor servants who unite in their fear anddislike of their master. So I had my key to the secrets of theestablishment.
4.  "'Then it must be nothing,' said I. And there the matter was left,but the whole thing seemed to me to be so unusual that I thought-"Here we had a very extraordinary interruption.
5.  Stackhurst knit his brows in thought.
6.  "But why on earth should you be pursued with such animosity?""Ah, that is the question."


1.  "Have you arranged for a search?"
2.  "Good Lord!"
3.  Percy Phelps sank back in his chair. "My head whirls," said he."Your words have dazed me."
4.  It was late that evening before I returned to Baker Street andgave an account of my mission. Holmes lay with his gaunt figurestretched in his deep chair, his pipe curling forth slow wreaths ofacrid tobacco, while his eyelids drooped over his eyes so lazilythat he might almost have been asleep were it not that at any haltor questionable passage of my narrative they half lifted, and two grayeyes, as bright and keen as rapiers, transfixed me with theirsearching glance.
5.  "What were you doing there?" he asked.
6.  "I have just left him."


1.  "Oh, you think so?"
2.  "Then, for God's sake, what was this dark business which was actedin my house last night?"
3.  "How do you know?" he gasped, sitting down heavily in his chair."It is my business to know things. That is my trade."
4.  "Good Lord!" The boxer's sallow face turned a shade whiter."Ikey Sanders has split on us."
5.   "'Only that the papers were in the back drawer of the Japanesecabinet.'
6.  I glared at the intrusive vicar with no very friendly eyes; butHolmes took his pipe from his lips and sat up in his chair like an oldhound who hears the view-halloa. He waved his hand to the sofa, andour palpitating visitor with his agitated companion sat side by sideupon it. Mr. Mortimer Tregennis was more self-contained than theclergyman, but the twitching of his thin hands and the brightness ofhis dark eyes showed that they shared a common emotion."Shall I speak or you?" he asked of the vicar.


1.  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
2.  "Well, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, you may look for your tramp, and whileyou are finding him we will hold on to our man. The future will showwhich is right. Just notice this point, Mr. Holmes: that so far aswe know, none of the papers were removed, and that the prisoner is theone man in the world who had no reason for removing them, since he washeir-at-law, and would come into them in any case."
3.  In an instant he had whisked out a revolver from his breast andhad fired two shots. I felt a sudden hot sear as if a red-hot iron hadbeen pressed to my thigh. There was a crash as Holmes's pistol camedown on the man's head. I had a vision of him sprawling upon the floorwith blood running down his face while Holmes rummaged him forweapons. Then my friend's wiry arms were round me, and he wasleading me to a chair.
4、  "I acquiesced.
5、  "It seemed to me to be obvious that this Greek girl had been carriedoff by the young Englishman named Harold Latimer."




  • 于俊戎 08-04

      One day in early spring he had so far relaxed as to go for a walkwith me in the Park, where the first faint shoots of green werebreaking out upon the elms, and the sticky spear-heads of thechestnuts were just beginning to burst into their fivefold leaves. Fortwo hours we rambled about together, in silence for the most part,as befits two men who know each other intimately. It was nearly fivebefore we were back in Baker Street once more.

  • 汤彦俊 08-04

      My companion started. "Well?" he asked in that vibrant voice whichtold of the fiery soul behind the cold gray face.

  • 王甫胜 08-04

       "I could very easily give you half a dozen," said Holmes. "Herefor example, is a very possible and even probable one. I make you afree present of it. The older man is showing documents which are ofevident value. A passing tramp sees them through the window, the blindof which is only half down. Exit the solicitor. Enter the tramp! Heseizes a stick, which he observes there, kills Oldacre, and departsafter burning the body."

  • 陈奕 08-04

      "Exactly. We had tried to keep it out of the papers, but there wassome rumor in the Globe last night. I thought it might have reachedyour ears."

  • 孙艺珍 08-03

    {  "Oh, tut, tut! I have no time! That left foot of yours with itsinward twist is all over the place. A mole could trace it, and thereit vanishes among the reeds. Oh, how simple it would all have been hadI been here before they came like a herd of buffalo and wallowed allover it. Here is where the party with the lodge-keeper came, andthey have covered all tracks for six or eight feet round the body. Buthere are three separate tracks of the same feet." He drew out a lensand lay down upon his waterproof to have a better view, talking allthe time to himself rather than to us. "These are young McCarthy'sfeet. Twice he was walking, and once he ran swiftly, so that the solesare deeply marked and the heels hardly visible. That bears out hisstory. He ran when he saw his father on the ground. Then here arethe father's feet as he paced up and down. What is this, then? It isthe butt-end of the gun as the son stood listening. And this? Ha,ha! What have we here? Tiptoes! tiptoes! Square, too, quite unusualboots! They come, they go, they come again of course that was forthe cloak. Now where did they come from?" He ran up and down,sometimes losing, sometimes finding the track until we were wellwithin the edge of the wood and under the shadow of a great beech, thelargest tree in the neighbourhood. Holmes traced his way to thefarther side of this and lay down once more upon his face with alittle cry of satisfaction. For a long time he remained there, turningover the leaves and dried sticks, gathering up what seemed to me to bedust into an envelope and examining with his lens not only theground but even the bark of the tree as far as he could reach. Ajagged stone was lying among the moss, and this also he carefullyexamined and retained. Then he followed a pathway through the wooduntil he came to the highroad, where all traces were lost."It has been a case of considerable interest," he remarked,returning to his natural manner. "I fancy that this gray house onthe right must be the lodge. I think that I will go in and have a wordwith Moran, and perhaps write a little note. Having done that, wemay drive back to our luncheon. You may walk to the cab, and I shallbe with you presently."

  • 马新社 08-02

      My mind filled with admiration for this extraordinary man."You have solved it!" I cried.}

  • 陈振伟 08-02

      "'I am sure if I had known-'

  • 李钢 08-02

      rending, tearing sound, one of the broad, white stones turned overupon its side and left a square, gaping hole, through whichstreamed the light of a lantern. Over the edge there peeped aclean-cut, boyish face, which looked keenly about it, and then,with a hand on either side of the aperture, drew itselfshoulder-high and waist-high, until one knee rested upon the edge.In another instant he stood at the side of the hole and washauling after him a companion, lithe and small like himself, witha pale face and a shock of very red hair.

  • 邹某挡 08-01

       "My friend ascended with the doctor to the chamber of death, while Iremained in the study, turning the whole matter over and over in myhead, and feeling as sombre as ever I had done in my life. What wasthe past of this Trevor, pugilist, traveller, and gold-digger, and howhad he placed himself in the power of this acid-faced seaman? Why,too, should he faint at an allusion to the half-effaced initialsupon his arm and die of fright when he had a letter from Fordingham?Then I remembered that Fordingham was in Hampshire, and that thisMr. Beddoes, whom the seaman had gone to visit and presumably toblackmail, had also been mentioned as living in Hampshire. The letter,then, might either come from Hudson, the seaman, saying that he hadbetrayed the guilty secret which appeared to exist, or it might comefrom Beddoes, warning an old confederate that such a betrayal wasimminent. So far it seemed clear enough. But then how could thisletter be trivial and grotesque, as described by the son? He must havemisread it. If so, it must have been one of those ingenious secretcodes which mean one thing while they seem to mean another. I must seethis letter. If there was a hidden meaning in it, I was confident thatI could pluck it forth. For an hour I sat pondering over it in thegloom, until at last a weeping maid brought in a lamp, and close ather heels came my friend Trevor, pale but composed, with these verypapers which lie upon my knee held in his grasp. He sat downopposite to me, drew the lamp to the edge of the table, and handedme a short note scribbled, as you see, upon a single sheet of graypaper. 'The supply of game for London is going steadily up,' it ran.'Head-keeper Hudson, we believe, has been now told to receive allorders for fly-paper and for preservation of your hen-pheasant'slife.'

  • 关盼盼 07-30

    {  Holmes had picked up the pages which formed the rough draft of thewill, and was looking at them with the keenest interest upon his face."There are some points about that document, Lestrade, are therenot?" said he, pushing them over.

  • 向红山 07-30

      "Well, well!" said he coolly as he scrambled to the surface. "Iguess you have been one too many for me, Mr. Holmes. Saw through mygame, I suppose, and played me for a sucker from the first. Well, sir,I hand it to you; you have me beat and-"