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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  That may prove quite enough," said Holmes grimly. "Now, Mr. Bennett,we shall, I think, come to some conclusion to-night. If mydeductions are correct we should have an opportunity of bringingmatters to a head. In order to do so it is necessary to hold theprofessor under observation. I would suggest, therefore, that youremain awake and on the lookout. Should you hear him pass your door,do not interrupt him, but follow him as discreetly as you can. Dr.Watson and I will not be far off. By the way, where is the key of thatlittle box of which you spoke?"
2.  "To act, Sherlock- to act!" cried Mycroft, springing to his feet."All my instincts are against this explanation. Use your powers! Go tothe scene of the crime! See the people concerned! Leave no stoneunturned! In all your career you have never had so great a chance ofserving your country."
3.  We had sprung into the dog-cart, and Holmes, after turning thehorse, gave it a sharp cut with the whip, and we flew back along theroad. As we turned the curve, the whole stretch of road between theHall and the heath was opened up. I grasped Holmes's arm."That's the man!" I gasped.
4.  It was a dreadful cry that he gave- a yell which might have beenheard down the street. My skin went cold and my hair bristled atthat horrible scream. As I turned I caught a glimpse of a convulsedface and frantic eyes. I stood paralyzed, with the little box in myhand.
5.  "I said that he was my superior in observation and deduction. If theart of the detective began and ended in reasoning from an armchair, mybrother would be the greatest criminal agent that ever lived. But hehas no ambition and no energy. He will not even go out of his way toverify his own solutions, and would rather be considered wrong thantake the trouble to prove himself right. Again and again I havetaken a problem to him, and have received an explanation which hasafterwards proved to be the correct one. And yet he was absolutelyincapable of working out the practical points which must be goneinto before a case could be laid before a judge or jury.""It is not his profession, then?"
6.  "You can take my word that she is innocent."


1.  "A threadbare and venerable device, but useful upon occasion. Iwalked into the doctor's yard this morning, and shot my syringe fullof aniseed over the hind wheel. A draghound will follow aniseed fromhere to John o' Groat's, and our friend, Armstrong, would have todrive through the Cam before he would shake Pompey off his trail.Oh, the cunning rascal! This is how he gave me the slip the othernight."
2.  The strong, masterful personality of Holmes dominated the tragicscene, and all were equally puppets in his hands. Williamson andCarruthers found themselves carrying the wounded Woodley into thehouse, and I gave my arm to the frightened girl. The injured man waslaid on his bed, and at Holmes's request I examined him. I carriedmy report to where he sat in the old tapestry-hung dining-room withhis two prisoners before him.
3.  The cab had driven up, and I left him.
4.  Sherlock Holmes closed his eyes and placed his elbows upon thearms of his chair, with his finger-tips together. "The idealreasoner," he remarked, "would, when he had once been shown asingle fact in all its bearings, deduce from it not only all thechain of events which led up to it but also all the results whichwould follow from it. As Cuvier could correctly describe a wholeanimal by the contemplation of a single bone, so the observer whohas thoroughly understood one link in a series of incidents shouldbe able to accurately state all the other ones, both before andafter. We have not yet grasped the results which the reason alonecan attain to. Problems may be solved in the study which havebaffled all those who have sought a solution by the aid of theirsenses. To carry the art, however, to its highest pitch, it isnecessary that the reasoner should be able to utilize all thefacts which have come to his knowledge; and this in itselfimplies, as you will readily see, a possession of all knowledge,which, even in these days of free education and encyclopaedias, isa somewhat rare accomplishment. It is not so impossible, however,that a man should possess all knowledge which is likely to beuseful to him in his work, and this I have endeavoured in my caseto do. If I remember rightly, you on one occasion, in the earlydays of our friendship, defined my limits in a very precisefashion."
5.  "Did he suggest any course of action?"
6.  "Consider the facts, sir. It is inconceivable that it was takenafter eleven-thirty at night, since I understand that Mr. Hope and hiswife were both in the room from that hour until the loss was foundout. It was taken, then, yesterday evening between seven-thirty andeleven-thirty, probably near the earlier hour, since whoever took itevidently knew that it was there and would naturally secure it asearly as possible. Now, sir, if a document of this importance weretaken at that hour, where can it be now? No one has any reason toretain it. It has been passed rapidly on to those who need it. Whatchance have we now to overtake or even to trace it? It is beyond ourreach."


1.  "Is it one of your cases?"
2.  "Look in here!" said Mr. Rucastle, showing me a slit between twoplanks. "Is he not a beauty?"
3.  "That clay and chalk mixture which I see upon your toe caps isquite distinctive."
4.  "No, my friend, you might find me a dangerous guest. I have my planslaid, and all will be well. Matters have gone so far now that they canmove without my help as far as the arrest goes, though my presenceis necessary for a conviction. It is obvious, therefore, that I cannotdo better than get away for the few days which remain before thepolice are at liberty to act. It would be a great pleasure to me,therefore, if you could come on to the Continent with me.""The practice is quiet," said I, "and I have an accommodatingneighbour. I should be glad to come."
5.   "I fear, your Grace, that matters can hardly be arranged soeasily. There is the death of this schoolmaster to be accounted for.""But James knew nothing of that. You cannot hold him responsible forthat. It was the work of this brutal ruffian whom he had themisfortune to employ."
6.  "By George!" cried Lestrade. "If he answers that we've got him!""That was my idea when I put it in. I think if you could both makeit convenient to come with us about eight o'clock to Caulfield Gardenswe might possibly get a little nearer to a solution."


1.  "How can you possibly tell?"
2.  Holmes looked at me thoughtfully and shook his head.
3.  We had ascertained from the lady that she went down upon theMonday by the train which leaves Waterloo at 9:50, so I startedearly and caught the 9:13. At Farnham Station I had no difficulty inbeing directed to Charlington Heath. It was impossible to mistakescene of the young lady's adventure, for the road runs between theopen heath on one side and an old yew hedge upon the other,surrounding a park which is studded with magnificent trees. Therewas a main gateway of lichen-studded stone, each side pillarsurmounted by mouldering heraldic emblems, but besides this centralcarriage drive I observed several points where there were gaps inthe hedge and paths leading through them. The house was invisible fromthe road, but the surroundings all spoke of gloom and decay.The heath was covered with golden patches of flowering gorse,gleaming magnificently in the light of the bright spring sunshine.Behind of these clumps I took up my position, so as to command boththe gateway of the Hall and a long stretch of the road upon eitherside. It had been deserted when I left it, but now I saw a cyclistriding down it from the opposite direction to that in which I hadcome. He was clad in a dark suit, and I saw that he had a black beard.On reaching the end of the Charlington grounds, he sprang from hismachine and led it through a gap in the hedge, disappearing from myview.
4、  He shrugged his shoulders. "Well, perhaps, after all, it isof some little use," he remarked. "`L'homme c'est rien--l'oeuvrec'est tout,' as Gustave Flaubert wrote to George Sand.".1893
5、  "How can you possibly tell?"




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