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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes, stand by the door. If you hear anyone come, bolt it on theinside, and we can get away as we came. If they come the other way, wecan get through the door if our job is done, or hide behind thesewindow curtains if it is not. Do you understand?"
2.  "Mr. Holmes!"
3.  "What! You do not mean bodies?"
4.  "'No, no, we should have him loitering here always. Kindly turnround and wave him away like that.'
5.  Lestrade shrugged his shoulders. "I am a practical man," he said,"and I really cannot undertake to go about the country looking for aleft-handed gentleman with a game-leg. I should become thelaughing-stock of Scotland Yard."
6.  The summons was a brief and urgent one.


1.  "Pray let me hear it."
2.  Isa Whitney, brother of the late Elias Whitney, D.D., Principal ofthe Theological College of St. George's, was much addicted to opium.He habit grew upon him, as I understand, from some foolish freakwhen he was at college; for having read De Quincey's description ofhis dreams and sensations, he had drenched his tobacco with laudanumin an attempt to produce the same effects. He found, as so many morehave done, that the practice is easier to attain than to get rid of,and for many years he continued to be a slave to the drug, an objectof mingled horror and pity to his friends and relatives. I can see himnow, with yellow, pasty face, drooping lids, and pin-point pupils, allhuddled in a chair, the wreck and ruin of a noble man.
3.  It was in the year '95 that a combination of events, into which Ineed not enter, caused Mr. Sherlock Holmes and myself to spend someweeks in one of our great university towns, and it was during thistime that the small but instructive adventure which I am about torelate befell us. It will be obvious that any details which would helpthe reader exactly to identify the college or the criminal would beinjudicious and offensive. So painful a scandal may well be allowed todie out. With due discretion the incident itself may, however, bedescribed, since it serves to illustrate some of those qualities forwhich my friend was remarkable. I will endeavour, in my statement,to avoid such terms as would serve to limit the events to anyparticular place, or give a clue as to the people concerned.We were residing at the time in furnished lodgings close to alibrary where Sherlock Holmes was pursuing some laborious researchesin early English charters- researches which led to results so strikingthat they may be the subject of one of my future narratives. Here itwas that one evening we received a visit from an acquaintance, Mr.Hilton Soames, tutor and lecturer at the College of St. Luke's. Mr.Soames was a tall, spare man, of a nervous and excitabletemperament. I had always known him to be restless in his manner,but on this particular occasion he was in such a state ofuncontrollable agitation that it was clear something very unusualhad occurred.
4.  "Well, if you know, what do you want to ask for?"
5.  "Well, they did not take much- only half a dozen articles of plateoff the sideboard. Lady Brackenstall thinks that they werethemselves so disturbed by the death of Sir Eustace that they didnot ransack the house, as they would otherwise have done.""No doubt that is true, and yet they drank some wine, I understand.""To steady their nerves."
6.  "This matter, from what you say, seems to have been a shock to heralso."


1.  My companion started. "Well?" he asked in that vibrant voice whichtold of the fiery soul behind the cold gray face.
2.  "None."
3.  "Precisely. It was I. I found that I had my man, so I came homeand changed my clothes. It was a delicate part which I had to playthen, for I saw that a prosecution must be avoided to avert scandal,and I knew that so astute a villain would see that our hands were tiedin the matter. I went and saw him. At first, of course, he deniedeverything. But when I gave him every particular that had occurred, hetried to bluster and took down a life-preserver from the wall. Iknew my man, however, and I clapped a pistol to his head before hecould strike. Then he became a little more reasonable. I told him thatwe would give him a price for the stones he held-L1000 apiece. Thatbrought out the first signs of grief that he had shown. 'Why, dashit all!' said he, 'I've let them go at six hundred for the three!' Isoon managed to get the address of the receiver who had them, onpromising him that there would be no prosecution. Off I set to him,and after much chaffering I got our stones at L1000 apiece. Then Ilooked in upon your son, told him that all was right, and eventuallygot to my bed about two o'clock, after what I may call a really hardday's work."
4.  "A very singular one. That is objection No. 1. Objection No. 2.:We will suppose that he reaches London and sees the foreign agent.He must bring back the papers before morning or the loss will bediscovered. He took away ten. Only seven were in his pocket. Whathad become of the other three? He certainly would not leave them ofhis own free will. Then, again, where is the price of his treason? Onewould have expected to find a large sum of money in his pocket.""It seems to me perfectly clear," said Lestrade. "I have no doubt atall as to what occurred. He took the papers to sell them. He saw theagent. They could not agree as to price. He started home again, butthe agent went with him. In the train the agent murdered him, took themore essential papers, and threw his body from, the carriage. Thatwould account for everything, would it not?"
5.   "You must have examined the house very carefully to find a singlepellet of paper."
6.  "Any success?'


1.  "Yes; I shall not feel easy until I have told my story.""Then my servant will call a cab, and I shall be with you in aninstant." I rushed upstairs, explained the matter shortly to mywife, and in five minutes was inside a hansom, driving with my newacquaintance to Baker Street.
2.  At Waterloo we were fortunate in catching a train for Leatherhead,where we hired a trap at the station inn and drove for four or fivemiles through the lovely Surrey lanes. It was a perfect day, with abright sun and a few fleecy clouds in the heavens. The trees andwayside hedges were just throwing out their first green shoots, andthe air was full of the pleasant smell of the moist earth. To me atleast there was a strange contrast between the sweet promise of thespring and this sinister quest upon which we were engaged. Mycompanion sat in the front of the trap, his arms folded, his hatpulled down over his eyes, and his chin sunk upon his breast, buriedin the deepest thought. Suddenly, however, he started, tapped me onthe shoulder, and pointed over the meadows.
3.  I glanced down at the new patent-leathers which I was wearing."How on earth -" I began, but Holmes answered my question before itwas asked.
4、  "Splendid, Holmes! You have got it!"
5、  "I can see that you have not slept for a night or two," saidHolmes in his easy, genial way. "That tries a man's nerves more thanwork, and more even than pleasure. May I ask how I can help you?""I wanted your advice, sir. I don't know what to do, and my wholelife seems to have gone to pieces."




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      "He seemed to think it was some reflection on his honour. But he wasquite cheerful again when he returned."

  • 卢晓璐 08-02

       "What the devil do you mean? Once again I ask you, where is yourwarrant?" shouted the furious Peters, his big red face glaring overthe farther end of the coffin.

  • 龙剑宇 08-02

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  • 严俊峰 08-01

    {  "My God! Are you in the police yourself?"

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  • 龚宣 07-31

      "That is suggestive," remarked Holmes.

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    {  "And the ticket, too!" I cried.

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      "No; but one of them was mine all the same," whined the littleman.