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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I have notes of several similar cases, though none, as I remarkedbefore, which were quite as prompt. My whole examination served toturn my conjecture into a certainty. Circumstantial evidence isoccasionally very convincing, as when you find a trout in the milk, toquote Thoreau's example."
2.  "But why in the world would anyone want to burn the bones of a manwho has been dead a thousand years?" asked John Mason.
3.  "How long have you been in these rooms?"
4.  He rang the bell. The butler entered.
5.  "His companion!"
6.  It was a long ten minutes before Grant Munro broke the silence,and when his answer came it was one of which I love to think. Helifted the little child, kissed her, and then, still carrying her,he held his other hand out to his wife and turned towards the door."We can talk it over more comfortably at home," said he. "I am not avery good man, Effie, but I think that I am a better one than you havegiven me credit for being."


1.  "Our learned friend's nerves are somewhat out of order," said he."Perhaps our intrusion was a little crude, and yet we have gained thatpersonal contact which I desired. But, dear me, Watson, he is surelyat our heels. The villain still pursues us."
2.  Holmes threw the reins into my lap and sprang down from the cart."You're the man we want to see. Where is Miss Violet Smith?" hesaid, in his quick, clear way.
3.  "I think that you know me well enough, Watson, to understand thatI am by no means a nervous man. At the same time, it is stupidityrather than courage to refuse to recognize danger when it is closeupon you. Might I trouble you for a match?" He drew in the smoke ofhis cigarette as if the soothing influence was grateful to him."I must apologize for calling so late," said he, "and I must furtherbeg you to be so unconventional as to allow me to leave your housepresently by scrambling over your back garden wall."
4.  "I had no keys of the doors- only of the safe."
5.  "I do not know what to think. It is all dark to me."
6.  "But the eyeglasses?"


1.  A small side door led into the whitewashed corridor from which thethree bedrooms opened. Holmes refused to examine the third chamber, sowe passed at once to the second, that in which Miss Stoner was nowsleeping, and in which her sister had met with her fate. It was ahomely little room, with a low ceiling and a gaping fireplace, afterthe fashion of old country-houses. A brown chest of drawers stood inone corner, a narrow white-counterpaned bed in another, and adressing table on the left-hand side of the window. These articles,with two small wickerwork chairs, made up all the furniture in theroom save for a square of Wilton carpet in the centre. The boardsround and the panelling of the walls were of brown, worm-eaten oak, soold and discoloured that it may have dated from the originalbuilding of the house. Holmes drew one of the chairs into a corner andsat silent, while his eyes travelled round and round and up anddown, taking in every detail of the apartment.
2.  "Kicked you out!"
3.  There were a number of letters, bills, and notebooks, which Holmesturned over and examined with quick, nervous fingers and darting,penetrating eyes. "Nothing here," he said, at last. "By the way, Isuppose your friend was a healthy young fellow- nothing amiss withhim?"
4.  In recording from time to time some of the curious experiences andinteresting recollections which I associate with my long andintimate friendship with Mr. Sherlock Holmes, I have continuallybeen faced by difficulties caused by his own aversion to publicity. Tohis sombre and cynical spirit all popular applause was alwaysabhorrent, and nothing amused him more at the end of a successful casethan to hand over the actual exposure to some orthodox official, andto listen with a mocking smile to the general chorus of misplacedcongratulation. It was indeed this attitude upon the part of my friendand certainly not any lack of interesting material which has caused meof late years to lay very few of my records before the public. Myparticipation in some of his adventures was always a privilege whichentailed discretion and reticence upon me.
5.   "You have implicit faith in Holmes?" he asked.
6.  "It certainly did that; but what are your alternatives?""I could mention several. You must admit that it is curious andsuggestive that this incident should occur on the eve of thisimportant match, and should involve the only man whose presenceseems essential to the success of the side. It may, of course, be acoincidence, but it is interesting. Amateur sport is free frombetting, but a good deal of outside betting goes on among thepublic, and it is possible that it might be worth someone's while toget at a player as the ruffians of the turf get at a race-horse. Thereis one explanation. A second very obvious one is that this young manreally is the heir of a great property, however modest his means mayat present be, and it is not impossible that a plot to hold him forransom might be concocted."


1.  "How is it, then, that the woman who came into the room about nineleft no traces with her muddy boots?"
2.  "'If you walk on a mile or so to Clapham Junction,' said he, 'you'lljust be in time for the last to Victoria.'
3.  outstretched palm of the other one. He had always laughed at whathe called my cock-and-bull story about the colonel, but he lookedvery scared and puzzled now that the same thing had come uponhimself.
4、  It was evident that Miss Cushing had come upon a subject on whichshe felt very deeply. Like most people who lead a lonely life, she wasshy at first, but ended by becoming extremely communicative. Shetold us many details about her brother-in-law the steward, and thenwandering off on the subject of her former lodgers, the medicalstudents, she gave us a long account of their delinquencies, withtheir names and those of their hospitals. Holmes listenedattentively to everything, throwing in a question from time to time."About your second sister, Sarah," said he. "I wonder, since you areboth maiden ladies, that you do not keep house together.""Ah! you don't know Sarah's temper or you would wonder no more. Itried it when I came to Croydon, and we kept on until about two monthsago, when we had to part. I don't want to say a word against my ownsister, but she was always meddlesome and hard to please, was Sarah.""You say that she quarrelled with your Liverpool relations.""Yes, and they were the best of friends at one time. Why, she wentup there to live in order to be near them. And now she has no wordhard enough for Jim Browner. The last six months that she was here shewould speak of nothing but his drinking and his ways. He had caughther meddling, I suspect, and given her a bit of his mind, and that wasthe start of it."
5、  "How can you say that?"




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