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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Very well. And, I say, Doctor, there may be some littledanger, so kindly put your army revolver in your pocket." Hewaved his hand, turned on his heel, and disappeared in an instantamong the crowd.
2.  This concluded the examination of the witness.
3.  The road in which we found ourselves as we turned round thecorner from the retired Saxe-Coburg Square presented as great acontrast to it as the front of a picture does to the back. It wasone of the main arteries which conveyed the traffic of the City tothe north and west. The roadway was blocked with the immensestream of commerce flowing in a double tide inward and outward,while the footpaths were black with the hurrying swarm ofpedestrians. It was difficult to realize as we looked at the lineof fine shops and stately business premises that they reallyabutted on the other side upon the faded and stagnant square whichwe had just quitted.
4.  "What! a murderous attack?"
5.  "I shall try not to miss anything of importance. The oneunpleasant thing about the house, which struck me at once, was theappearance and conduct of the servants. There are only two, a manand his wife. Toller, for that is his name, is a rough, uncouth man,with grizzled hair and whiskers, and a perpetual smell of drink. Twicesince I have been with them he has been quite drunk, and yet Mr.Rucastle seemed to take no notice of it. His wife is a very tall andstrong woman with a sour face, as silent as Mrs. Rucastle and muchless amiable. They are a most unpleasant couple, but fortunately Ispend most of my time in the nursery and my own room, which are nextto each other in one corner of the building.
6.  "By heaven, Watson, I believe that I've got it!" he cried. "Yes,yes, it must be so. Watson, do you remember seeing any cow-tracksto-day?"


1.  "A simple case, and yet, in some ways, an instructive one," Holmesremarked, as we travelled back to town. "It hinged from the outsetupon the pince-nez. But for the fortunate chance of the dying manhaving seized these, I am not sure that we could ever have reached oursolution. It was clear to me, from the strength of the glasses, thatthe wearer must have been very blind and helpless when deprived ofthem. When you asked me to believe that she walked along a narrowstrip of grass without once making a false step, I remarked, as youmay remember, that it was a noteworthy performance. In my mind I setit down as an impossible performance, save in the unlikely case thatshe had a second pair of glasses. I was forced, therefore, to considerseriously the hypothesis that she had remained within the house. Onperceiving the similarity of the two corridors, it became clear thatshe might very easily have made such a mistake, and, in that case,it was evident that she must have entered the professor's room. Iwas keenly on the alert, therefore, for whatever would bear out thissupposition, and I examined the room narrowly for anything in theshape of a hiding-place. The carpet seemed continuous and firmlynailed, so I dismissed the idea of a trap-door. There might well bea recess behind the books. As you are aware, such devices are commonin old libraries. I observed that books were piled on the floor at allother points, but that one bookcase was left clear. This, then,might be the door. I could see no marks to guide me, but the carpetwas of a dun colour, which lends itself very well to examination. Itherefore smoked a great number of those excellent cigarettes, and Idropped the ash all over the space in front of the suspected bookcase.It was a simple trick, but exceedingly effective. I then wentdownstairs, and I ascertained, in your presence, Watson, withoutyour perceiving the drift of my remarks, that Professor Coram'sconsumption of food had increased- as one would expect when he issupplying a second person. We then ascended to the room again, when,by upsetting the cigarette-box, I obtained a very excellent view ofthe floor, and was able to see quite clearly, from the traces upon thecigarette ash, that the prisoner had in our absence come out fromher retreat. Well, Hopkins, here we are at Charing Cross, and Icongratulate you on having brought your case to a successfulconclusion. You are going to headquarters, no doubt. I think,Watson, you and I will drive together to the Russian Embassy."-THE END-
2.  "If I am to have a doctor whether I will or not, let me at leasthave someone in whom I have confidence," said he.
3.  "And a curve, too. Points, and a curve. By Jove! if it were onlyso."
4.  "If you were to search all England," said he, "I don't suppose youcould find a household more self-contained or freer from outsideinfluences. Whole weeks would pass, and not one of them go past thegarden gate. The professor was buried in his work and existed fornothing else. Young Smith knew nobody in the neighbourhood, andlived very much as his employer did. The two women had nothing to takethem from the house. Mortimer, the gardener, who wheels the Bathchair, is an army pensioner- an old Crimean man of excellentcharacter. He does not live in the house, but in a three-roomedcottage at the other end of the garden. Those are the only people thatyou would find within the grounds of Yoxley Old Place. At the sametime, the gate of the garden is a hundred yards from the main Londonto Chatham road. It opens with a latch, and there is nothing toprevent anyone from walking in.
6.  "Yes, sir, we could hardly open the fingers."


1.  "Well, when the war was over, and we all got back, I wrote to hisfather and asked where Godfrey was. No answer. I waited a bit and thenI wrote again. This time I had a reply, short and gruff. Godfrey hadgone on a voyage round the world, and it was not likely that hewould be back for a year. That was all.
3.  "How do you know, then?"
4.  "Dear old chap," said he, patting the flaxen head with a very tenderhand. "I came early because my friends, Mr. Holmes and Dr. Watson,have been persuaded to come down and spend an evening with us.""Is that Mr. Holmes, the detective?"
5.   "What have you done with her? Why have you pursued her? I insistupon an answer!" said I.
6.  "Wait a little," he said. "You go too fast. We should certainly makeevery effort to avoid scandal in so delicate a matter."Milverton relapsed into his chair.


1.  I was horrified for I had heard nothing of his illness. I need notsay that I rushed for my coat and my hat. As we drove back I asked forthe details.
2.  "Let us have everything in its due order." Holmes thrust his longthin legs out towards the fire and composed himself to listen."In the first place, I may say that I have met, on the whole, withno actual ill-treatment from Mr. and Mrs. Rucastle. It is only fair tothem to say that. But I cannot understand them, and I am not easy inmy mind about them."
3.  "Well, his position is unique. He has made it for himself. There hasnever been anything like it before, nor will be again. He has thetidiest and most orderly brain, with the greatest capacity for storingfacts, of any man living. The same great powers which I have turned tothe detection of crime he has used for this particular business. Theconclusions of every department are passed to him, and he is thecentral exchange, the clearing-house, which makes out the balance. Allother men are specialists, but his specialism is omniscience. Wewill suppose that a minister needs information as to a point whichinvolves the Navy, India, Canada and the bimetallic question; he couldget his separate advices from various departments upon each, butonly Mycroft can focus them all, and say offhand how each factor wouldaffect the other. They began by using him as a short-cut, aconvenience; now he has made himself an essential. In that great brainof his everything is pigeon-holed and can be handed out in an instant.Again and again his word has decided the national policy. He livesin it. He thinks of nothing else save when, as an intellectualexercise, he unbends if I call upon him and ask him to advise me onone of my little problems. But Jupiter is descending to-day. What onearth can it mean? Who is Cadogan West, and what is he to Mycroft?""I have it," I cried, and plunged among the litter of papers uponthe sofa. "Yes, yes, here he is, sure enough! Cadogan West was theyoung man who was found dead on the Underground on Tuesday morning."Holmes sat up at attention, his pipe halfway to his lips."This must be serious, Watson. A death which has caused my brotherto alter his habits can be no ordinary one. What in the world can hehave to do with it? The case was featureless as I remember it. Theyoung man had apparently fallen out of the train and killed himself.He had not been robbed, and there was no particular reason tosuspect violence. Is that not so?"
4、  "There is one door from the outside. There is another which leads upby a stair to the passage in which Lady Beatrice's room is situated.""These are deep waters, Mr. Mason; deep and rather dirty. You saythat Sir Robert was not at home last night?"
5、  "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?"




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