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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Here we are!" said Holmes cheerily as we filed into the room."The fire looks very seasonable in this weather. You look cold,Mr. Ryder. Pray take the basket-chair. I will just put on myslippers before we settle this little matter of yours. Now, then!You want to know what became of those geese?"
3.  "Was Sir James a man who was orderly in his habits?"
4.  "Did you ever mention to anyone that it was your intention to giveanyone the treaty to be copied?"
5.  "I am glad you raised the point. It occurred to me at the time.The charwomen are in the habit of taking off their boots at thecommissionaire's office, and putting on list slippers.""That is very clear. There were no marks then, though the nightwas a wet one? The chain of events is certainly one of extraordinaryinterest. What did you do next?"
6.  "Let you have five hundred to-morrow morning."


1.  "I could not climb it myself," said Mr. Bennett.
2.  "'Very well,' said he, 'you shall know all about the machine.' Hetook a step backward, slammed the little door, and turned the key inthe lock. I rushed towards it and pulled at the handle, but it wasquite secure, and did not give in the least to my kicks and shoves.'Hello!' I yelled. 'Hello! Colonel! Let me out!'
3.  "What was really foolish, madame, is that you have placed yourselfin the power of a band of rascals who may blackmail or give you away.""No, no! I am not so simple. Since I have promised to be frank, Imay say that no one, save Barney Stockdale and Susan, his wife, havethe least idea who their employer is. As to them, well, it is notthe first-" She smiled and nodded with a charming coquettish intimacy."I see. You've tested them before."
4.  "Well, we must go now and look for that."
5.  The woman in the shop answered me without hesitation that it wasto be at eight o'clock in the morning. "You see, Watson, no mystery;everything aboveboard! In some way the legal forms have undoubtedlybeen complied with, and they think that they have little to fear.Well, there's nothing for it now but a direct frontal attack. Areyou armed?"
6.  "This is the place," said he as we came to two high park gateswith heraldic griffins towering above them. "About midday, Mr.Barnes informs me, the old lady takes a drive, and the carriage mustslow down while the gates are opened. When it comes through, andbefore it gathers speed, I want you, Watson, to stop the coachman withsome question. Never mind me. I shall stand behind this holly-bush andsee what I can see."


1.  Holmes sat down and listened.
2.  "Misfortunes never come single," said Phelps, smiling, though it wasevident that his adventure had somewhat shaken him.
3.  "Now, Watson, now!" cried Holmes with frenzied eagerness. All thedemoniacal force of the man masked behind that listless manner burstout in a paroxysm of energy. He tore the drugget from the floor, andin an instant was down on his hands and knees clawing at each of thesquares of wood beneath it. One turned sideways as he dug his nailsinto the edge of it. It hinged back like the lid of a box. A smallblack cavity opened beneath it. Holmes plunged his eager hand intoit and drew it out with a bitter snarl of anger and disappointment. Itwas empty.
5.   "I have no doubt Jackson would take my practice."
6.  "'"Gone! Gone where?"


1.  "Come, Watson, come!" cried Holmes, and we stole as softly as wecould through the bushes until we had gained a spot whence we couldsee the other side of the house, which was bathed in the light ofthe half-moon. The professor was clearly visible crouching at the footof the ivy-covered wall. As we watched him he suddenly began withincredible agility to ascend it. From branch to branch he sprang, sureof foot and firm of grasp, climbing apparently in mere joy at hisown powers, with no definite object in view. With his dressing-gownflapping on each side of him, he looked like some huge bat gluedagainst the side of his own house, a great square dark patch uponthe moonlit wall. Presently he tired of this amusement, and,dropping from branch to branch, he squatted down into the old attitudeand moved towards the stables, creeping along in the same strangeway as before. The wolfhound was out now, barking furiously, andmore excited than ever when it actually caught sight of its master. Itwas straining on its chain and quivering with eagerness and rage.The professor squatted down very deliberately just out of reach of thebound and began to provoke it in every possible way. He tookhandfuls of pebbles from the drive and threw them in the dog's face,prodded him with a stick which he had picked up, flicked his handsabout only a few inches from the gaping mouth, and endeavoured inevery way to increase the animal's fury, which was already beyondall control. In all our adventures I do not know that I have ever seena more strange sight than this impassive and still dignified figurecrouching frog-like upon the ground and goading to a wilder exhibitionof passion the maddened hound, which ramped and raged in front of him,by all manner of ingenious and calculated cruelty.
3.  Holmes gave a whimsical smile.
4、  "Too complex for description. Must have full report. Stuff awaitsyou when goods delivered. "PIERROT."Then comes:
5、  "None."




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  • 周仓平 08-02

      "I won't insult your intelligence by telling you how I readthat, especially as, rather against the strict rules of yourorder, you use an arc-and-compass breastpin."

  • 周小敏 08-02

       Holmes stood by the table, with his hands deep in his trousers'pockets and his chin upon his breast.

  • 吕红维 08-02

      When I look at the three massive manuscript volumes which containour work for the year 1894, I confess that it is very difficult forme, out of such a wealth of material, to select the cases which aremost interesting in themselves, and at the same time most conducive toa display of those peculiar powers for which my friend was famous.As I turn over the pages, I see my notes upon the repulsive story ofthe red leech and the terrible death of Crosby, the banker. Herealso I find an account of the Addleton tragedy, and the singularcontents of the ancient British barrow. The famous Smith-Mortimersuccession case comes also within this period, and so does thetracking and arrest of Huret, the Boulevard assassin- an exploit whichwon for Holmes an autograph letter of thanks from the French Presidentand the Order of the Legion of Honour. Each of these would furnish anarrative, but on the whole I am of opinion that none of them unitesso many singular points of interest as the episode of Yoxley OldPlace, which includes not only the lamentable death of youngWilloughby Smith, but also those subsequent developments which threwso curious a light upon the causes of the crime.

  • 董昌玉 08-01

    {  "James Lancaster."

  • 田雪皎 07-31

      It was dated from Montague Place upon the preceding evening, and ranthus:}

  • 郑振欣 07-31

      "Had it been raining all evening?"

  • 罗旸 07-31

      Holmes turned away wearily.

  • 严万星 07-30

       by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

  • 杨似友 07-28

    {  "As far as you are personally concerned," remarked Holmes, "Ido not see that you have any grievance against this extraordinaryleague. On the contrary, you are, as I understand, richer by some30 pound, to say nothing of the minute knowledge which you have gainedon every subject which comes under the letter A. You have lostnothing by them."

  • 刘绍文 07-28

      "I had a friend once called Maudsley, who went to the bad, andhas just been serving his time in PentonvilIe. One day he had metme, and fell into talk about the ways of thieves, and how theycould get rid of what they stole. I knew that he would be true tome, for I knew one or two things about him; so I made up my mindto go right on to Kilburn, where he lived, and take him into myconfidence. He would show me how to turn the stone into money.But how to get to him in safety? I thought of the agonies I hadgone through in coming from the hotel. I might at any moment beseized and searched, and there would be the stone in my waistcoatpocket. I was leaning against the wall at the time and looking atthe geese which were waddling about round my feet, and suddenly anidea came into my head which showed me how I could beat the bestdetective that ever lived.