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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The face of our unpleasant little visitor turned as white as hisneckcloth.
2.  "None."
3.  "Pray do so."
4.  "I am sure we owe you an apology, Mrs. Toller," said Holmes, "foryou have certainly cleared up everything which puzzled us. And herecomes the country surgeon and Mrs. Rucastle, so I think, Watson,that we had best escort Miss Hunter back to Winchester, as it seems tome that our locus standi now is rather a questionable one."And thus was solved the mystery of the sinister house with thecopper beeches in front of the door. Mr. Rucastle survived, but wasalways a broken man, kept alive solely through the care of his devotedwife. They still live with their old servants, who probably know somuch of Rucastle's past life that he finds it difficult to part fromthem. Mr. Fowler and Miss Rucastle were married, by special license,in Southampton the day after their flight, and he is now the holder ofa government appointment in the island of Mauritius. As to Miss VioletHunter, my friend Holmes, rather to my disappointment, manifested nofurther interest in her when once she had ceased to be the centre ofone of his problems, and she is now the head of a private school atWalsall, where I believe that she has met with considerable success.THE END
5.  Holmes rose from his chair.
6.  "God bless you for saying that!" cried Miss Harrison. "If we keepour courage and our patience the truth must come out."


1.  "Well, yes. Save, perhaps, that. And yet this John Openshawseems to me to be walking amid even greater perils than did theSholtos."
2.  "What is your plan, then?" asked Holmes as he walked down the darktree-lined road.
3.  "But perhaps it may grow lighter as we go. What do you think, MissHolder?"
4.  "From that day, amid all his cordiality, there was always a touch ofsuspicion in Mr. Trevor's manner towards me. Even his son remarked it.'You've given the governor such a turn,' said he, 'that he'll never besure again of what you know and what you don't know.' He did notmean to show it, I am sure, but it was so strongly in his mind that itpeeped out at every action. At last I became so convinced that I wascausing him uneasiness that I drew my visit to a close. On the veryday, however, before I left, an incident occurred which proved inthe sequel to be of importance.
5.  "Now we will take another line of reasoning. When you follow twoseparate chains of thought, Watson, you will find some point ofintersection which should approximate to the truth. We will start now,not from the lady but from the coffin and argue backward. Thatincident proves, I fear, beyond all doubt that the lady is dead. Itpoints also to an orthodox burial with proper accompaniment of medicalcertificate and official sanction. Had the lady been obviouslymurdered, they would have buried her in a hole in the back garden. Buthere all is open and regular. What does that mean? Surely that theyhave done her to death in some way which has deceived the doctor andsimulated a natural end- poisoning, perhaps. And yet how strangethat they should ever let a doctor approach her unless he were aconfederate, which is hardly a credible proposition."
6.  "Well, well, I have a clear day, and I shall be happy to look intothe matter," said Holmes. "I should strongly recommend you to makeyour preparations for your match without reference to this younggentleman. It must, as you say, have been an overpowering necessitywhich tore him away in such a fashion, and the same necessity islikely to hold him away. Let us step round together to the hotel,and see if the porter can throw any fresh light upon the matter."Sherlock Holmes was a past-master in the art of putting a humblewitness at his ease, and very soon, in the privacy of GodfreyStaunton's abandoned room, he had extracted all that the porter had totell. The visitor of the night before was not a gentleman, neither washe a workingman. He was simply what the porter described as a"medium looking chap," a man of fifty, beard grizzled, pale face,quietly dressed. He seemed himself to be agitated. The porter hadobserved his hand trembling when he had held out the note. GodfreyStaunton had crammed the note into his pocket. Staunton had not shakenhands with the man in the hall. They had exchanged a few sentences, ofwhich the porter had only distinguished the one word "time." Then theyhad hurried off in the manner described. It was just half-past tenby the hall clock.


1.  "It's all here, Count. The real facts as to the death of old Mrs.Harold, who left you the Blymer estate, which you so rapidly gambledaway."
2.  "Of course it is. But you can imagine how difficult it is when youare speaking of the one woman whom you are bound to protect andhelp. What can I do? How am I to go to the police with such a story?And yet the kiddies have got to be protected. Is it madness, Mr.Holmes? Is it something in the blood? Have you any similar case inyour experience? For God's sake, give me some advice, for I am at mywit's end."
3.  "What happened was this: This young fellow had employed hisafternoon at the athletic grounds, where he had been practising thejump. He returned carrying his jumping shoes, which are provided, asyou are aware, with several sharp spikes. As he passed by yourwindow he saw, by means of his great height, these proofs upon yourtable, and conjectured what they were. No harm would have been donehad it not been that, as he passed your door, he perceived the keywhich had been left by the carelessness of your servant. A suddenimpulse came over him to enter, and see if they were indeed theproofs. It was not a dangerous exploit for he could always pretendthat he had simply looked in to ask a question.
4.  He relapsed at once into the half-humorous, half-cynical veinwhich was his habitual attitude to those about him. "It would besuperfluous to drive us mad, my dear Watson," said he. "A candidobserver would certainly declare that we were so already before weembarked upon so wild an experiment. I confess that I never imaginedthat the effect could be so sudden and so severe." He dashed intothe cottage, and, reappearing with the burning lamp held at full arm'slength, he threw it among a bank of brambles. "We must give the room alittle time to clear. I take it, Watson, that you have no longer ashadow of a doubt as to how these tragedies were produced?""None whatever."
5.   "Does she know about the Austrian episode?"
6.  "A lamb, I should say, or a kid."


1.  She cast a look of the deepest disdain in his direction. "Why shouldyou cling so hard to that wretched life of yours, Sergius?" saidshe. "It has done harm to many and good to none- not even to yourself.However, it is not for me to cause the frail thread to be snappedbefore God's time. I have enough already upon my soul since Icrossed the threshold of this cursed house. But I must speak or Ishall be too late.
2.  "Fine birds they were, too. Now where did you get them from?"To my surprise the question provoked a burst of anger from thesalesman.
3.  "Very good. Come this way, if you please." He led us down a passage,opened a barred door, passed down a winding stair, and brought us to awhitewashed corridor with a line of doors on each side."The third on the right is his," said the inspector. "Here it is!"He quietly shot back a panel in the upper part of the door and glancedthrough.
4、  "That you are never beaten."
5、  "What are they, Mr. Holmes?"




  • 何婷婷 08-05

      Sherlock Holmes had opened his mouth to reply, when the doorflew open, and Peterson, the commissionaire, rushed into theapartment with flushed cheeks and the face of a man who is dazedwith astonishment.

  • 杜璨 08-05

      "Well, Watson, what do you make of this?" asked Holmes, after a longpause.

  • 杨清颖 08-05

       "None of those which come to me are. I am the last court ofappeal."

  • 瑞娅 08-05

      "'Quite so. Exactly,' said he with a rather guilty air. 'No doubtyou will renew your visit at some more propitious time.' He passed on,but when I turned I observed that he was standing watching me,half-concealed by the laurels at the far end of the garden."I had a good look at that little house as I passed it, but thewindows were heavily curtained, and, so far as one could see, it wasempty. I might spoil my own game and even be ordered off thepremises if I were too audacious, for I was still conscious that I wasbeing watched. Therefore, I strolled back to the house and waitedfor night before I went on with my inquiry. When all was dark andquiet I slipped out of my window and made my way as silently aspossible to the mysterious lodge.

  • 刘铁 08-04

    {  We ran frantically down the path, which wound among the trees. Wehad reached the shrubbery which surrounded the house when Holmespulled up.

  • 薛小乐 08-03

      "It was entirely dropped."}

  • 高雨祥 08-03

      "They didn't go to the house. Here are their marks on the left-here, beside the laurel bushes. Ah! I said so."

  • 王玉虎 08-03

      "We'll stay at the inn to-night," he continued as he rose andfaced the astonished sergeant. "You will, of course, get agrappling-hook and you will easily restore my friend's revolver. Youwill also find beside it the revolver, string and weight with whichthis vindictive woman attempted to disguise her own crime and tofasten a charge of murder upon an innocent victim. You can let Mr.Gibson know that I will see him in the morning, when steps can betaken for Miss Dunbar's vindication."

  • 潘某图 08-02

       "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."

  • 国浩 07-31

    {  "Except Mr. Sherlock Holmes," said my companion, with a somewhatbitter smile. "Well, let us hear about it. What sort of a job didyou make of it?"

  • 秦娄 07-31

      "It was lost, if I remember aright, at the Hotel