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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  THE END
2.  "Rather fine, Watson, is it not?" said he. "There are points in itwhich please me. I think that you will agree with me that an interviewwith Mr. Arthur Harry Pinner in the temporary offices of theFranco-Midland Hardware Company, limited, would be a ratherinteresting experience for both of us."
3.  "I suppose the professor eats hardly anything?"
5.  "Exactly. It came by post. 'I send you my temptation. I willfollow your advice.' That was the message. I think, Watson, we canguess the name of the brave woman who sent it."
6.  On referring to my notebook for the year 1895, I find that it wasupon Saturday, the 23rd of April, that we first heard of Miss VioletSmith. Her visit was, I remember, extremely unwelcome to Holmes, forhe was immersed at the moment in a very abstruse and complicatedproblem concerning the peculiar persecution to which John VincentHarden, the well known tobacco millionaire, had been subjected. Myfriend, who loved above all things precision and concentration ofthought, resented anything which distracted his attention from thematter in hand. And yet, without a harshness which was foreign tohis nature, it was impossible to refuse to listen to the story ofthe young and beautiful woman, tall, graceful, and queenly, whopresented herself at Baker Street late in the evening, and imploredhis assistance and advice. It was vain to urge that his time wasalready fully occupied, for the young lady had come with thedetermination to tell her story, and it was evident that nothing shortof force could get her out of the room until she had done so. With aresigned air and a somewhat weary smile, Holmes begged the beautifulintruder to take a seat, and to inform us what it was that wastroubling her.


2.  armchair and greeting his visitor with the easy air of genialitywhich he could so readily assume. "Pray take this chair by thefire, Mr. Baker. It is a cold night, and I observe that yourcirculation is more adapted for summer than for winter. Ah,Watson, you have just come at the right time. Is that your hat,Mr. Baker?"
3.  "You will remember, Watson," he remarked one afternoon, "thatthere is a single common point of resemblance in the varying reportswhich have reached us. This concerns the effect of the atmosphere ofthe room in each case upon those who had first entered it. You willrecollect that Mortimer Tregennis, in describing the episode of hislast visit to his brother's house, remarked that the doctor onentering the room fell into a chair? You had forgotten? Well, I cananswer for it that it was so. Now, you will remember also that Mrs.Porter, the housekeeper, told us that she herself fainted uponentering the room and had afterwards opened the window. In thesecond case- that of Mortimer Tregennis himself- you cannot haveforgotten the horrible stuffiness of the room when we arrived,though the servant had thrown open the window. That servant, I foundupon inquiry, was so ill that she had gone to her bed. You will admit,Watson, that these facts are very suggestive. In each case there isevidence of a poisonous atmosphere. In each case, also, there iscombustion going on in the room- in the one case a fire, in theother a lamp. The fire was needed, but the lamp was lit- as acomparison of the oil consumed will show- long after it was broaddaylight. Why? Surely because there is some connection between threethings- the burning, the stuffy atmosphere, and, finally, themadness or death of those unfortunate people. That is clear, is itnot?"
4.  "'My ancestor, Sir Ralph Musgrave, was a prominent cavalier andthe righthand man of Charles the Second in his wanderings,' said myfriend.
5.  "Tired-looking or fresh?"
6.  "These people do not know you by sight?"


1.  "What!" cried Carruthers, springing out of his chair. "I'll goupstairs and finish him first. Do you tell me that that angel, is tobe tied to Roaring Jack Woodley for life?"
2.  "I recognized in an instant that the thief must have come up thestairs from the side door. Of course I must have met him if he hadcome the other way."
3.  "I will take the next."
4.  "Yes, sir, you know what that means. He's a stiff 'un, sir, if I maysay so. I can get along with the Prime Minister, and I've nothingagainst the Home Secretary, who seemed a civil, obliging sort ofman, but I can't stand his Lordship. Neither can Mr. Holmes, sir.You see, he don't believe in Mr. Holmes and he was against employinghim. He'd rather he failed."
5.   .
6.  "Yes, there was a tantalus containing brandy and whisky on thesea-chest. It is of no importance to us, however, since thedecanters were full, and it had therefore not been used.""For all that, its presence has some significance," said Holmes."However, let us hear some more about the objects which do seem to youto bear upon the case."


1.  "Well, if we can't we can't," said Holmes, cheerfully.
2.  "Did you post that letter yourself?"
3.  "No, no, my dear fellow, there is no cause for alarm. It is not uponthis occasion the instrument of evil, but it will rather prove to bethe key which will unlock our mystery. On this syringe I base all myhopes. I have just returned from a small scouting expedition, andeverything is favourable. Eat a good breakfast, Watson, for Ipropose to get upon Dr. Armstrong's trail to-day, and once on it Iwill not stop for rest or food until I run him to his burrow.""In that case," said I, "we had best carry our breakfast with us,for he is making an early start. His carriage is at the door.""Never mind. Let him go. He will be clever if he can drive where Icannot follow him. When you have finished, come downstairs with me,and I will introduce you to a detective who is a very eminentspecialist in the work that lies before us."
4、  "I think that you will find all the main ones in the pressreports. I don't know that I can add anything which will help you. Butif there is anything you would wish more light upon- well, I am hereto give it."
5、  "'Over the oak.'




  • 夏传波 08-05

      "Now, Mr. Sherlock Holmes," said the lady as we entered a well litdining-room, upon the table of which a cold supper had been laidout, "I should very much like to ask you one or two plain questions,to which I beg that you will give a plain answer."

  • 毛利润 08-05

      "'There are five sovereigns here,' said he, walking up to me, 'whichwill, I hope, be a sufficient fee. But remember,' he added, tapping melightly on the chest and giggling, 'if you speak to a human soul aboutthis-one human soul, mind-well, may God have mercy upon your soul!'"I cannot tell you the loathing and horror with which thisinsignificant-looking man inspired me. I could see him better now asthe lamp-light shone upon him. His features were peaky and sallow, andhis little pointed beard was thready and ill-nourished. He pushedhis face forward as he spoke and his lips and eyelids were continuallytwitching like a man with St. Vitus's dance. I could not help thinkingthat his strange, catchy little laugh was also a symptom of somenervous malady. The terror of his face lay in his eyes, however, steelgray, and glistening coldly with a malignant inexorable cruelty intheir depths.

  • 吴元新 08-05

       "Save, perhaps, the Sign of Four."

  • 饶茜 08-05

      "No, sir, never!"

  • 周莹 08-04

    {  "No, the gas."

  • 肖金成 08-03

      "`Oh yes.'}

  • 李玥林 08-03

      "It is fortunate, for you will perhaps be able to post me up. I readnothing except the criminal news and the agony column. The latter isalways instructive. But if you have followed recent events soclosely you must have read about Lord St. Simon and his wedding?""Oh, yes, with the deepest interest."

  • 西蒙斯 08-03

      The Duke leaned back in his chair and stared with amazement at myfriend.

  • 刘子峰 08-02

       "Holmes, the busybody?"

  • 杨悲 07-31

    {  "Dear me! that is certainly remarkable. What about his luggage?""He had one big brown bag with him- nothing else."

  • 岑朗 07-31

      "Oh, no, no! I want the doctor's advice and help, too. It's aboutIsa. He has not been home for two days. I am so frightened about him!"It was not the first time that she had spoken to us of her husband'strouble, to me as a doctor, to my wife as an old friend and schoolcompanion. We soothed and comforted her by such words as we couldfind. Did she know where her husband was? Was it possible that wecould bring him back to her?