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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Well, maybe so," said the millionaire, though for a moment thereproof had brought the old angry gleam into his eyes. "I'm notpretending to be any better than I am. I guess all my life I've been aman that reached out his hand for what he wanted, and I never wantedanything more than the love and possession of that woman. I told herso."
2.  "Well, really, when I consider that she has turned her back-I willnot say upon me, but upon so much that many have aspired to withoutsuccess-I can hardly explain it in any other fashion."
3.  Faithfully yours,
4.  "To Milverton's housemaid."
5.  "Yes, and he's a shark. He bites. The other is Sam Merton, theboxer. Not a bad fellow, Sam, but the Count has used him. Sam's nota shark. He is a great big silly bull-headed gudgeon. But he isflopping about in my net all the same."
6.  "Then we must take that as our working hypothesis. Young West tookthe papers. Now this could only be done by having a false key-""Several false keys. He had to open the building and the room.""He had, then, several false keys. He took the papers to London tosell the secret, intending, no doubt, to have the plans themselvesback in the safe next morning before they were missed. While in Londonon this treasonable mission he met his end."


1.  "What would you do then?"
2.  "The manageress had sat all this while busy with her paperswithout a word to either of us, but she glanced at me now with so muchannoyance upon her face that I could not help suspecting that shehad lost a handsome commission through my refusal.
3.  "Oh, he went out the first night, did he?"
4.  "What could she mean by that note, Mr. Holmes? Do you think itpoints to suicide?"
5.  "What price?"
6.  "`What, the red-headed man?'


1.  "Then I shall reconsider my resolution about going out. We havestill time to take a train to Hereford and see him to-night?""Ample."
2.  "Check number one," said Holmes, looking gloomily over the rollingexpanse of the moor. "There is another morass down yonder, and anarrow neck between. Halloa! halloa! halloa! what have we here?"We had come on a small black ribbon of pathway. In the middle of it,clearly marked on the sodden soil, was the track of a bicycle."Hurrah!" I cried. "We have it."
3.  "I have a great fancy to see this lodger of yours, Mrs. Warren.""I don't see how that is to be managed, unless you break in thedoor. I always hear him unlock it as I go down the stair after I leavethe tray."
4.  Holmes gave an exclamation of satisfaction.
5.   "No, I cannot say that. But I have heard words which were nearlyas bad- words of cold, cutting contempt, even before the servants.""Our millionaire does not seem to shine in private life," remarkedHolmes as we made our way to the station. "Well, Watson, we havecome on a good many facts, some of them new ones, and yet I seemsome way from my conclusion. In spite of the evident dislike which Mr.Bates has to his employer, I gather from him that when the alarmcame he was undoubtedly in his library. Dinner was over at 8:30 andall was normal up to then. It is true that the alarm was somewhat latein the evening, but the tragedy certainly occurred about the hournamed in the note. There is no evidence at all that Mr. Gibson hadbeen out of doors since his return from town at five o'clock. On theother hand, Miss Dunbar, as I understand it, admits that she hadmade an appointment to meet Mrs. Gibson at the bridge. Beyond this shewould say nothing, as her lawyer, had advised her to reserve herdefence. We have several very vital questions to ask that younglady, and my mind will not be easy until we have seen her. I mustconfess that the case would seem to me to be very black against her ifit were not for one thing."
6.  "Yes, it must be so. Let me explain. I believe that that is thevillage inn over there?"


1.  "No."
2.  "Exactly. Now, Susan, to whom was it that you wrote or sent amessage to say that your mistress was asking advice from me?""It's a lie. I sent no message."
3.  We passed across Holborn, down Endell Street, and so through azigzag of slums to Covent Garden Market. One of the largeststalls bore the name of Breckinridge upon it, and the proprietor,a horsy-looking man, with a sharp face and trim side-whiskers, washelping a boy to put up the shutters.
4、  "What is your own idea, then?"
5、  "Listen, Holmes!" There was a sound as if he was shaking the dyingman, and it was all that I could do to hold myself quiet in myhiding-place. "You must hear me. You shall hear me. Do you remembera box- an ivory box? It came on Wednesday. You opened it- do youremember?"




  • 赵群 08-08

      Miss Stoner did so, and Holmes, after a careful examinationthrough the open window, endeavoured in every way to force the shutteropen, but without success. There was no slit through which a knifecould be passed to raise the bar. Then with his lens he tested thehinges, but they were of solid iron, built firmly into the massivemasonry. "Hum!" said he, scratching his chin in some perplexity, "mytheory certainly presents some difficulties. No one could pass theseshutters if they were bolted. Well, we shall see if the insidethrows any light upon the matter."

  • 祖农·艾克拜尔 08-08

      "From the moment, Mr. Soames, that you said to me that no one, noteven Bannister, could have told that the papers were in your room, thecase began to take a definite shape in my mind. The printer one could,of course, dismiss. He could examine the papers in his own office. TheIndian I also thought nothing of. If the proofs were in a roll, hecould not possibly know what they were. On the other hand, it seemedan unthinkable coincidence that a man should dare to enter the room,and that by chance on that very day the papers were on the table. Idismissed that. The man who entered knew that the papers were there.How did he know?

  • 卜蜂莲花 08-08

       Again the gentle murmur.

  • 黄永胜 08-08

      "Not such important ones. But can't you have this fellow arrested?""Yes, Watson, I could. That's what worries him so."

  • 张其威 08-07

    {  "Why, Mr. Holmes, the crime was only committed at three thismorning. How could you hear of it in London and get to the spot assoon as I?"

  • 维伦德尔·巴特 08-06

      When I glance over my notes and records of the Sherlock Holmescases between the years '82 and '90, I am faced by so many whichpresent strange and interesting features that it is no easy matterto know which to choose and which to leave. Some, however, havealready gained publicity through the papers, and others have notoffered a field for those peculiar qualities which my friendpossessed in so high a degree, and which it is the object of thesepapers to illustrate. Some, too, have baffled his analyticalskill, and would be, as narratives, beginnings without an ending,while others have been but partially cleared up, and have theirexplanations founded rather upon conjecture and surmise than onthat absolute logical proof which was so dear to him. There is,however, one of these last which was so remarkable in its detailsand so startling in its results that I am tempted to give someaccount of it in spite of the fact that there are points inconnection with it which never have been, and probably never willbe, entirely cleared up.}

  • 朱永峰 08-06

      "Well, you seem to have cross-examined her pretty thoroughly. Whatelse have you done?"

  • 左震 08-06


  • 克木·努兰别克 08-05

       "It seems to me to have only one drawback, Hopkins, and that isthat it is intrinsically impossible. Have you tried to drive a harpoonthrough a body? No? Tut, tut my dear sir, you must really payattention to these details. My friend Watson could tell you that Ispent a whole morning in that exercise. It is no easy matter, andrequires a strong and practised arm. But this blow was deliveredwith such violence that the head of the weapon sank deep into thewall. Do you imagine that this anaemic youth was capable of sofrightful an assault? Is he the man who hobnobbed in rum and waterwith Black Peter in the dead of the night? Was it his profile that wasseen on the blind two nights before? No, no, Hopkins, it is anotherand more formidable person for whom we must seek."

  • 曾向南 08-03

    {  "He had his suspicions before, and he followed me as you describe. Inever knew it until I was at the very door. It was thick fog, andone could not see three yards. I had given two taps and Obersteinhad come to the door. The young man rushed up and demanded to knowwhat we were about to do with the papers. Oberstein had a shortlife-preserver. He always carried it with him. As West forced hisway after us into the house Oberstein struck him on the head. The blowwas a fatal one. He was dead within five minutes. There he lay inthe hall, and we were at our wit's end what to do. Then Obersteinhad this idea about the trains which halted under his back window. Butfirst he examined the papers which I had brought. He said that threeof them were essential, and that he must keep them. 'You cannot keepthem,' said I. 'There will be a dreadful row at Woolwich if they arenot returned.' 'I must keep them,' said he, 'for they are so technicalthat it is impossible in the time to make copies.' 'Then they must allgo back together tonight,' said I. He thought for a little, and thenhe cried out that he had it. 'Three I will keep,' said he. 'The otherswe will stuff into the pocket of this young man. When he is foundthe whole business will assuredly be put to his account. I could seeno other way out of it, so we did as he suggested. We waited half anhour at the window before a train stopped. It was so thick thatnothing could be seen, and we had no difficulty in lowering West'sbody on to the train. That was the end of the matter so far as I wasconcerned."

  • 李志双 08-03

      I have only one further note of this case. It is the letter whichHolmes wrote in final answer to that with which the narrativebegins. It ran thus: