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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  This is my old friend and associate, Dr. Watson, who is helping usin this affair."
2.  "It is not cold which makes me shiver," said the woman in a lowvoice, changing her seat as requested.
3.  "You would arrest him upon that?"
4.  "Mr. Gibson is a very strong, self-contained man. I do not thinkthat he would ever show his emotions on the surface. But I, who knewhim so well, could see that he was deeply concerned."
5.  "Then we returned to the office and searched the stairs and thepassage without result. The corridor which led to the room was laiddown with a kind of creamy linoleum which shows an impression veryeasily. We examined it very carefully, but found no outline of anyfootmark."
6.  A shadow passed over the expressive face of the statesman. "Verygrave results indeed."


1.  "It was the butler who saw him go. Twelve o'clock at night andraining hard. So next night I was up at the house and, sure enough,master was off again. Stephens and I went after him, but it wasjumpy work, for it would have been a bad job if he had seen us. He's aterrible man with his fists if he gets started, and no respecter ofpersons. So we were shy of getting too near, but we marked him downall right. It was the haunted crypt that he was making for, andthere was a man waiting for him there."
2.  "We can follow him to-morrow."
3.  So ended the first chapter of my inquiry. The second was devotedto the place which Lady Frances Carfax had sought when she leftLausanne. Concerning this there had been some secrecy, which confirmedthe idea that she had gone with the intention of throwing someoneoff her track. Otherwise why should not her luggage have been openlylabelled for Baden? Both she and it reached the Rhenish spa by somecircuitous route. This much I gathered from the manager of Cook'slocal office. So to Baden I went, after dispatching to Holmes anaccount of all my proceedings and receiving in reply a telegram ofhalf-humorous commendation.
4.  "I know what is the matter with me. It is a coolie disease fromSumatra- a thing that the Dutch know more about than we, though theyhave made little of it up to date. One thing only is certain. It isinfallibly deadly, and it is horribly contagious."
5.  "Then let her stay till we can assure her that all danger is past.Meanwhile, let him have his way and do not cross him. So long as he isin a good humour all is well."
6.  Late that evening, is we sat together smoking our pipes in thevillage inn, Holmes gave me a brief review of what had passed."I fear, Watson," said he, "that you will not improve any reputationwhich I may have acquired by adding the case of the Thor Bridgemystery to your annals. I have been sluggish in mind and wanting inthat mixture of imagination and reality which is the basis of myart. I confess that the chip in the stonework was a sufficient clue tosuggest the true solution, and that I blame myself for not havingattained it sooner.


1.  "Yes; that is Mr. St. Clair's house. I am staying there while Iconduct the inquiry."
2.  "Inquiries are now being made at the offices, but I fear that thecomplete register of the stockholders of these South American concernsis in South America, and that some weeks must elapse before we cantrace the shares."
3.  "I will fly, Mr. Holmes. I will leave the country, sir. Thenthe charge against him will break down."
4.  Holmes had not said one word to me about the tragedy which we hadwitnessed, but I observed all the morning that he was in his mostthoughtful mood, and he gave me the impression, from his vacant eyesand his abstracted manner, of a man who is striving to recallsomething to his memory. We were in the middle of our lunch, when hesuddenly sprang to his feet. "By Jove, Watson, I've got it!" he cried."Take your hat! Come with me!" He hurried at his top speed downBaker Street and along Oxford Street, until we had almost reachedRegent Circus. Here, on the left hand, there stands a shop windowfilled with photographs of the celebrities and beauties of the day.Holmes's eyes fixed themselves upon one of them, and following hisgaze I saw the picture of a regal and stately lady in Court dress,with a high diamond tiara upon her noble head. I looked at thatdelicately curved nose, at the marked eyebrows, at the straight mouth,and the strong little chin beneath it. Then I caught my breath as Iread the time-honoured title of the great nobleman and statesman whosewife she had been. My eyes met those of Holmes, and he put hisfinger to his lips as we turned away from the window.
5.   "Did he say so?"
6.  "Later, perhaps. I think we will walk down together and have alook at the scene of the tragedy."


1.  "I a wondering, Watson- just wondering!"
2.  "I say that I have solved it."
3.  "There shall be no such robbery, MacKinnon. I assure you that Iefface myself from now onward, and as to Barker, he has done nothingsave what I told him."
5、  "I should not think so."




  • 李天羽 08-04

      "I am armed."

  • 武峥嵘 08-04

      "It is a princely offer," said Holmes. "Watson, I think that weshall accompany Dr. Huxtable back to the north of England. And now,Dr. Huxtable, when you have consumed that milk, you will kindly tellme what has happened, when it happened, how it happened, and, finally,what Dr. Thorneycroft Huxtable, of the Priory School, nearMackleton, has to do with the matter, and why he comes three daysafter an event- the state of your chin gives the date- to ask for myhumble services."

  • 高瞻 08-04

       Adelaide-Southampton company. Thence he drove to Scotland Yard, but,instead of entering, he sat in his cab with his brows drawn down, lostin profound thought. Finally he drove round to the Charing Crosstelegraph office, sent off a message, and then, at last, we made forBaker Street once more.

  • 陈若星 08-04

      "With making away with Mr. Neville St.-Oh, come, you can't becharged with that unless they make a case of attempted suicide of it,"said the inspector with a grin. "Well, I have been twenty-sevenyears in the force, but this really takes the cake."

  • 吴树新 08-03

    {  "`What, be driven out of our own house by a practical joker?' saidI. `Why, we should have the whole county laughing at us.'"`Well, come to bed,' said she, `and we can discuss it in themorning.'

  • 霍华德·麦基翁 08-02

      "The vanishing of the lady."}

  • 金博 08-02

      "It has done mischief enough. Its day is over!" I cried. "Help me,Stackhurst! Let us end the murderer forever."

  • 张仙鹏 08-02

      It was pitch-dark and without a moon, but Mason led us over thegrasslands until a dark mass loomed tip in front of us which proved tobe the ancient chapel. We entered the broken gap which was once theporch, and our guide, stumbling among heaps of loose masonry, pickedhis way to the corner of the building, where a steep stair led downinto the crypt. Striking a match, he illuminated the Melancholy place-dismal and evil-smelling, with ancient crumbling walls of rough-hewnstone, and piles of coffins, some of lead and some of stone, extendingupon one side right up to the arched and groined roof which lostitself in the shadows above our heads. Holmes had lit his lantern,which shot a tiny tunnel of vivid yellow light upon the mournfulscene. Its rays were reflected back from the coffin-plates, many ofthem adorned with the griffin and coronet of this old family whichcarried its honours even to the gate of Death.

  • 陈秀英 08-01

       "I will conceal nothing from you. I agree with you that completefrankness, however painful it may be to me, is the best policy in thisdesperate situation to which James's folly and jealousy have reducedus. When I was a very young man, Mr. Holmes, I loved with such alove as comes only once in a lifetime. I offered the lady marriage,but she refused it on the grounds that such a match might mar mycareer. Had she lived, I would certainly never have married anyoneelse. She died, and left this one child, whom for her sake I havecherished and cared for. I could not acknowledge the paternity tothe world, but I gave him the best of educations, and since he came tomanhood I have kept him near my person. He surprised my secret, andhas presumed ever since upon the claim which he has upon me, andupon his power of provoking a scandal which would be abhorrent tome. His presence had something to do with the unhappy issue of mymarriage. Above all, he hated my young legitimate heir from thefirst with a persistent hatred. You may well ask me why, under thesecircumstances, I still kept James under my roof. I answer that itwas because I could see his mother's face in his, and that for herdear sake there was no end to my long-suffering. All her pretty waystoo- there was not one of them which he could not suggest and bringback to my memory. I could not send him away. But I feared so muchlest he should do Arthur- that is, Lord Saltire- a mischief, that Idispatched him for safety to Dr. Huxtable's school.

  • 程琳 07-30

    {  "I cannot imagine."

  • 喻学超 07-30

      "'No one.'