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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "'No, no. This is only where we compress it. But never mind that.All we wish you to do is to examine the machine and to let us knowwhat is wrong with it.'
2.  1903
3.  He handed the letter across. It was headed with the address quoted.DEAR MR. HOLMES [it said]:
4.  "It is easy for me to be so, for every event of that dreadful timeis seared into my memory. The manor-house is, as I have alreadysaid, very old, and only one wing is now inhabited. The bedrooms inthis wing are on the ground floor, the sitting-rooms being in thecentral block of the buildings. Of these bedrooms the first is Dr.Roylott's, the second my sister's, and the third my own. There is nocommunication between them, but they all open out into the samecorridor. Do I make myself plain?"
6.  "I am sorry, Lancaster, but the berth is full. Here is half asovereign for your trouble. Just step into this room and wait therefor a few minutes."


1.  "And this, of course, remains to you, since the marriage is a faitaccompli?"
2.  "Yes, sir, I have already read the account in the evening papers.Mr. Horace Harker is a customer of ours. We supplied him with the bustsome months ago. We ordered three busts of that sort from Gelder &Co., of Stepney. They are all sold now. To whom? Oh, I daresay byconsulting our sales book we could very easily tell you. Yes, wehave the entries here. One to Mr. Harker you see, and one to Mr.Josiah Brown, of Labumum Lodge, Labumum Vale, Chiswick, and one to Mr.Sandeford, of Lower Grove Road, Reading. No, I have never seen thisface which you show me in the photograph. You would hardly forgetit, would you, sir, for I've seldom seen an uglier. Have we anyItalians on the staff? Yes, sir, we have several among ourworkpeople and cleaners. I daresay they might get a peep at that salesbook if they wanted to. There is no particular reason for keeping awatch upon that book. Well, well, it's a very strange business, andI hope that you will let me know if anything comes of your inquiries."Holmes had taken several notes during Mr. Harding's evidence, andI could see that he was thoroughly satisfied by the turn which affairswere taking. He made no remark, however, save that, unless we hurried,we should be late for our appointment with Lestrade. Sure enough, whenwe reached Baker Street the detective was already there, and wefound him pacing up and down in a fever of impatience. His look ofimportance showed that his day's work had not been in vain."Well?" he asked. "What luck, Mr. Holmes?"
3.  McFarlane turned to us with a gesture of despair, and sank intohis chair once more like one who is crushed.
4.  "The blind was not down in your room, and I could see MissHarrison sitting there reading by the table. It was quarter-past tenwhen she closed her book, fastened the shutters, and retired."I heard her shut the door and felt quite sure that she had turnedthe key in the lock."
5.  "You can go, Billy. That boy is a problem, Watson. How far am Ijustified in allowing him to be in danger?"
6.  "How?"


1.  "Because the document in question is of such immense importancethat its publication might very easily- I might almost say probably-lead to European complications of the utmost moment. It is not toomuch to say that peace or war may hang upon the issue. Unless itsrecovery can be attended with the utmost secrecy, then it may aswell not be recovered at all, for all that is aimed at by those whohave taken it is that its contents should be generally known.""I understand. Now, Mr. Trelawney Hope, I should be much obligedif you would tell me exactly the circumstances under which thisdocument disappeared."
2.  "My dear sir," cried Holmes, "there cannot be the least doubt in theworld that it has been written by two persons doing alternate words.When I draw your attention to the strong t's of 'at' and 'to,' and askyou to compare them with the weak ones of 'quarter' and 'twelve,'you will instantly recognize the fact. A very brief analysis ofthese four words would enable you to say with the utmost confidencethat the 'learn' and the 'maybe' are written in the stronger hand, andthe 'what' in the weaker."
3.  "Where shall I meet you?"
4.  "In accordance with the scheme which we had formed in order totest our theories" ["the 'we' is rather fine, Watson, is it not?"]"I went down to the Albert Dock yesterday at 6 P.M., and boarded theS.S. May Day, belonging to the Liverpool, Dublin, and London SteamPacket Company. On inquiry, I found that there was a steward onboard of the name of James Browner and that he had acted during thevoyage in such an extraordinary manner that the captain had beencompelled to relieve him of his duties. On descending to his berth,I found him seated upon a chest with his head sunk upon his hands,rocking himself to and fro. He is a big, powerful chap,clean-shaven, and very swarthy- something like Aldridge, who helped usin the bogus laundry affair. He jumped up when he heard my business,and I had my whistle to my lips to call a couple of river police,who were round the corner, but he seemed to have no heart in him,and he held out his hands quietly enough for the darbies. We broughthim along to the cells, and his box as well for we thought there mightbe something incriminating; but, bar a big sharp knife such as mostsailors have, we got nothing for our trouble. However, we find that weshall want no more evidence, for on being brought before the inspectorat the station he asked leave to make a statement which was, ofcourse, taken down, just as he made it, by our shorthand man. We hadthree copies typewritten, one of which I enclose. The affair proves,as I always thought it would, to be an extremely simple one, but Iam obliged to you for assisting me in my investigation. With kindregards,
5.   "'The propriety of my leaving it. You may set your mind at restabout that. I should not dream of doing so were it not absolutelycertain that I should be able in four days to reclaim it. It is a purematter of form. Is the security sufficient?'
6.  "You say that you returned to your room. Did you leave it againbefore next morning.


1.  "Ku Klux Klan. A name derived from the fanciful
2.  "We had driven up in a dog-cart, and my client led me away atonce, without our entering the house, to the scar on the lawn wherethe elm had stood. It was nearly midway between the oak and the house.My investigation seemed to be progressing.
3.  "You are too many for me when you begin to get on your theories, Mr.Holmes," said he. "How does this bear on the case?"
4、  "I wrote two more articles, and then, feeling more drowsy than ever,I rose and walked up and down the room to stretch my legs. My coffeehad not yet come, and I wondered what the cause of the delay could be.Opening the door, I started down the corridor to find out. There was astraight passage, dimly lighted, which led from the room in which Ihad been working, and was the only exit from it. It ended in a curvingstaircase, with the commissionaire's lodge in the passage at thebottom. Halfway down this staircase is a small landing, with anotherpassage running into it at right angles. This second one leads bymeans of a second small stair to a side door, used by servants, andalso as a short cut by clerks when coming from Charles Street. Here isa rough chart of the place." (See illustration.)
5、  "There was a little passage in front of me, unpapered anduncarpeted, which turned at a right angle at the farther end. Roundthis corner were three doors in a line, the first and third of whichwere open. They each led into an empty room, dusty and cheerless, withtwo windows in the one and one in the other, so thick with dirt thatthe evening light glimmered dimly through them. The centre door wasclosed, and across the outside of it had been fastened one of thebroad bars of an iron bed, padlocked at one end to a ring in the wall,and fastened at the other with stout cord. The door itself waslocked as well, and the key was not there. This barricaded doorcorresponded clearly with the shuttered window outside, and yet Icould see by the glimmer from beneath it that the room was not indarkness. Evidently there was a skylight which let in light fromabove. As I stood in the passage gazing at the sinister door andwondering what secret it might veil, I suddenly heard the sound ofsteps within the room and saw a shadow pass backward and forwardagainst the little slit of dim light which shone out from under thedoor. A mad, unreasoning terror rose up in me at the sight, Mr.Holmes. My overstrung nerves failed me suddenly, and I turned andran-ran as though some dreadful hand were behind me clutching at theskirt of my dress. I rushed down the passage, through the door, andstraight into the arms of Mr. Rucastle, who was waiting outside."'So,' said he, smiling, 'it was you, then. I thought that it mustbe when I saw the door open.'




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  • 李培 08-05

      "Surely it is easily, decided, Hope," said the Premier. "Let us havethe despatch-box brought in."}

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      "What o'clock was it?" she asked.

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