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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "In that case I shall continue my professional round. But Ishall come back in the evening at the hour you have mentioned, forI should like to see the solution of so tangled a business.""Very glad to see you. I dine at seven. There is a woodcock,I believe. By the way, in view of recent occurrences, perhaps Iought to ask Mrs. Hudson to examine its crop."
2.  "More than I could pay, sir. It was Sir Robert himself who gave methis one. That's why I have to keep it on a lead. It would be off tothe Hall in a jiffy if I gave it its head."
3.  A drive of an hour brought us to the picture-dealer's establishment.He was a small, stout man with a red face and a peppery manner."Yes, sir. On my very counter, sir," said he. "What we pay rates andtaxes for I don't know, when any ruffian can come in and break one'sgoods. Yes, sir, it was I who sold Dr. Barnicot his two statues.Disgraceful, sir! A Nihilist plot- that's what I make it. No one butan anarchist would go about breaking statues. Red republicans-that's what I call 'em. Who did I get the statues from? I don't seewhat that has to do with it. Well, if you really want to know, I gotthem from Gelder & Co., in Church Street, Stepney. They are awell-known house in the trade, and have been this twenty years. Howmany had I? Three- two and one are three- two of Dr. Barnicot's, andone smashed in broad daylight on my own counter. Do I know thatphotograph? No, I don't. Yes, I do, though. Why, it's Beppo. He wasa kind of Italian piece-work man, who made himself useful in the shop.He could carve a bit, and gild and frame, and do odd jobs. Thefellow left me last week, and I've heard nothing of him since. No, Idon't know where he came from nor where he went to. I had nothingagainst him while he was here. He was gone two days before the bustwas smashed."
4.  "We don't seem to have got any real facts yet, Mr. Holmes. You saythat the prisoner, in the presence of three witnesses, practicallyconfessed by trying to commit suicide, that he had murdered his wifeand her lover. What other facts have you?"
5.  "Dear me! I must have a look at the matter."
6.  I seated myself in his armchair and warmed my hands before hiscrackling fire, for a sharp frost had set in, and the windows werethick with the ice crystals. "I suppose," I remarked, "that,homely as it looks, this thing has some deadly story linked on toit--that it is the clue which will guide you in the solution ofsome mystery and the punishment of some crime."


1.  We were seated at breakfast one morning, my wife and I, when themaid brought in a telegram. It was from Sherlock Holmes and ran inthis way:
2.  "'How was it stepped?'
3.  "To any of the great Chancelleries of Europe. It is probablyspeeding on its way thither at the present instant as fast as steamcan take it."
4.  The mention of my friend's name had an extraordinary effect upon thelittle man. The look of anger passed in an instant from his face.His features became tense and alert.
5.  "Two or three minutes."
6.  "My dear fellow, you shall keep watch in the street. I'll do thecriminal part. It's not a time to stick at trifles. Think of Mycroft'snote, of the Admiralty, the Cabinet, the exalted person who waitsfor news. We are bound to go."


1.  "'The crown!'
2.  "From this starting-point I proceeded to step, having first takenthe cardinal points by my pocket-compass. Ten steps with each foottook me along parallel with the wall of the house, and again Imarked my spot with a peg. Then I carefully paced off five to the eastand two to the south. It brought me to the very threshold of the olddoor. Two steps to the west meant now that I was to go two pacesdown the stone-flagged passage, and this was the place indicated bythe Ritual.
3.  It appeared from its position in the paper to have been the oneevent of importance in town, and the account of it ran in this way:"A desperate attempt at robbery, culminating in the death of one manand the capture of the criminal, occurred this afternoon in theCity. For some time back Mawson & Williams, the famous financialhouse, have been the guardians of securities which amount in theaggregate to a sum of considerably over a million sterling. Soconscious was the manager of the responsibility which devolved uponhim in consequence of the great interests at stake that safes of thevery latest construction have been employed, and an armed watchman hasbeen left day and night in the building. It appears that last week anew clerk named Hall Pycroft was engaged by the firm. This personappears to have been none other than Beddington, the famous forger andcracksman, who, with his brother, has only recently emerged from afive years' spell of penal servitude. By some means, which are not yetclear, he succeeded in winning, under a false name, this officialposition in the office, which he utilized in order to obtain mouldingsof various locks, and a thorough knowledge of the position of thestrongroom and the safes.
4.  "That will be Sam Merton- the faithful but rather fatuous Sam. Whereis this gentleman, Billy?"
5.   "I agree with you," said the younger statesman.
6.  "We will do all that can be done, Mr. Green. Not a moment will belost. Leave it in our hands. Now, Watson," he added as our clienthurried away, "he will set the regular forces on the move. We are,as usual, the irregulars, and we must take our own line of action. Thesituation strikes me as so desperate that the most extreme measuresare justified. Not a moment is to be lost in getting to PoultneySquare.


1.  "`Dear me!' he said gravely, `that is very serious indeed! Iam sorry to hear you say that. The fund was, of course, for thepropagation and spread of the red-heads as well as for theirmaintenance. It is exceedingly unfortunate that you should be abachelor.'
2.  "'Until you tell me who it is that has been living in thatcottage, and who it is to whom you have given that photograph, therecan never be any confidence between us,' said I, and breaking awayfrom her I left the house. That was yesterday, Mr. Holmes, and Ihave not seen her since, nor do I know anything more about thisstrange business. It is the first shadow that has come between us, andit has so shaken me that I do not know what I should do for thebest. Suddenly this morning it occurred to me that you were the man toadvise me, so I have hurried to you now, and I place myselfunreservedly in your hands. If there is any point which I have notmade clear, pray question me about it. But, above all, tell me quicklywhat I am to do, for this misery is more than I can bear."Holmes and I had listened with the utmost interest to thisextraordinary statement, which had been delivered in the jerky, brokenfashion of a man who is under the influence of extreme emotion. Mycompanion sat silent now for some time, with his chin upon his hand,lost in thought.
3.  .
4、  "Then our friend Overton's forebodings have been justified," saidHolmes. "Personally I am in agreement with Dr. Armstrong, and footballdoes not come within my horizon. Early to bed to-night, Watson, forI foresee that to-morrow may be an eventful day."
5、  "He left his hotel last night- he has not been heard of.""No doubt he will return."




  • 玛格拉 08-05

      "I tell you they were relatives."

  • 德克斯特·罗伯茨 08-05

      "A pen, sir."

  • 赵旭东 08-05

       "Exactly. The idea crossed my mind. But we found the knife some feetaway from the body, so that seems impossible. Then, of course, thereare the man's own dying words. And, finally, there was this veryimportant piece of evidence which was found clasped in the deadman's right hand."

  • 梅里雪山 08-05

      by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

  • 拜伦多 08-04

    {  I had just reached the top of the path when it came to me. Like aflash, I remembered the thing for which I had so eagerly and vainlygrasped. You will know, or Watson has written in vain, that I hold avast store of out-of-the-way knowledge without scientific system,but very available for the needs of my work. My mind is like a crowdedbox-room with packets of all sorts stowed away therein- so many that Imay well have but a vague perception of what was there. I had knownthat there was something which might bear upon this matter. It wasstill vague, but at least I knew how I could make it clear. It wasmonstrous, incredible, and yet it was always a possibility. I wouldtest it to the full.

  • 金英路 08-03

      Holmes sat up again.}

  • 伊原纯一 08-03

      My friend's face grew graver still.

  • 苏西洛 08-03

      "Still, of course, if you said nothing to anyone about the treatythese inquiries are irrelevant."

  • 克里斯·巴克 08-02

       "To the man who loves art for its own sake," remarked SherlockHolmes, tossing aside the advertisement sheet of the DailyTelegraph, "it is frequently in its least important and lowliestmanifestations that the keenest pleasure is to be derived. It ispleasant to me to observe, Watson, that you have so far grasped thistruth that in these little records of our cases which you have beengood enough to draw up, and, I am bound to say, occasionally toembellish, you have given prominence not so much to the many causescelebres and sensational trials in which I have figured but ratherto those incidents which may have been trivial in themselves, butwhich have given room for those faculties of deduction and oflogical synthesis which I have made my special province.""And yet," said I, smiling, "I cannot quite hold myself absolvedfrom the charge of sensationalism which has been urged against myrecords."

  • 格雷格里·银 07-31

    {  It would have been a pleasant walk across the thyme-scented downshad our minds not been poisoned by the tragedy we had witnessed. Thevillage of Fulworth lies in a hollow curving in a semicircle round thebay. Behind the old-fashioned hamlet several modern houses have beenbuilt upon the rising ground. It was to one of these that Stackhurstguided me.

  • 陈鸿燕 07-31

      "I have a few questions to ask Miss Cushing," said he.