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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  His words were cut short by a sudden scream of "Help! Help! Murder!"With a thrill I recognized the voice as that of my friend. I rushedmadly from the room on to the landing. The cries, which had sunkdown into a hoarse, inarticulate shouting, came from the room which wehad first visited. I dashed in, and on into the dressing-roombeyond. The two Cunninghams were bending over the prostrate figureof Sherlock Holmes, the younger clutching his throat with bothhands, while the elder seemed to be twisting one of his wrists. Inan instant the three of us had torn them away from him, and Holmesstaggered to his feet, very pale and evidently greatly exhausted."Arrest these men, Inspector," he gasped.
2.  "But you! You are police, are you not? You have killed GiuseppeGorgiano. Is it not so?"
3.  "It was a letter of mine, Mr. Holmes, an indiscreet letter writtenbefore my marriage- a foolish letter, a letter of an impulsive, lovinggirl. I meant no harm, and yet he would have thought it criminal.Had he read that letter his confidence would have been foreverdestroyed. It is years since I wrote it. I had thought that thewhole matter was forgotten. Then at last I heard from this man, Lucas,that it had passed into his hands, and that he would lay it beforemy husband. I implored his mercy. He said that he would return myletter if I would bring him a certain document which he described inmy husband's despatch-box. He had some spy in the office who hadtold him of its existence. He assured me that no harm could come to myhusband. Put yourself in my position, Mr. Holmes! What was I to do?""Take your husband into your confidence."
4.  foresee, one of the most remarkable to which I have ever listened.Let me have the date of the reception by your uncle of the letter,and the date of his supposed suicide."
5.  "Mr. Sherlock Holmes?"
6.  "I was furious. My first idea was that I had been the victim of someabsurd practical joke. I packed my things, banged the hall door behindme, and set off for Esher, with my bag in my hand. I called at AllanBrothers', the chief land agents in the village, and found that it wasfrom this firm that the villa had been rented. It struck me that thewhole proceeding could hardly be for the purpose of making a fool ofme, and that the main object must be to get out of the rent. It islate in March, so quarter-day is at hand. But this theory would notwork. The agent was obliged to me for my warning, but told me that therent had been paid in advance. Then I made my way to town and calledat the Spanish embassy. The man was unknown there. After this I wentto see Melville, at whose house I had first met Garcia, but I foundthat he really knew rather less about him than I did. Finally when Igot your reply to my wire I came out to you, since I gather that youare a person who gives advice in difficult cases. But now, Mr.Inspector, I understand, from what you said when you entered the room,that you can carry the story on, and that some tragedy has occurred. Ican assure you that every word I have said is the truth, and thatoutside of what I have told you, I know absolutely nothing about thefate of this man. My only desire is to help the law in everypossible way."


1.  "Inspector Forrester, sir," said the butler, throwing open the door.The official, a smart, keen-faced young fellow, stepped into theroom. "Good morning, Colonel," said he. "I hope I don't intrude, butwe hear that Mr. Holmes of Baker Street is here."
2.  "Then without it." With a quick movement Holmes pushed the fellow toone side and passed into the hall. A door half opened stoodimmediately before us. We entered. It was the dining-room. On thetable, under a half-lit chandelier, the coffin was lying. Holmesturned up the gas and raised the lid. Deep down in the recesses of thecoffin lay an emaciated figure. The glare from the lights above beatdown upon an aged and withered face. By no possible process ofcruelty, starvation, or disease could this wornout wreck be thestill beautiful Lady Frances. Holmes's face showed his amazement andalso his relief.
3.  It may have been the icy coolness of my friend, or it may havebeen the slight clatter which I made as I picked up the poker. Inany case, our visitor's manner became less flamboyant.
4.  He held out his hand. On the palm were three little pyramids ofblack, doughy clay.
5.  "'Oh,' said she in her playful way, 'You said that you were onlymy banker, and bankers never ask questions, you know.'
6.  A stone-flagged passage, with the kitchens branching away from it,led by a wooden staircase directly to the first floor of the house. Itcame out upon the landing opposite to a second more ornamental stairwhich came up from the front hall. Out of this landing opened thedrawing-room and several bedrooms, including those of Mr. Cunninghamand his son. Holmes walked slowly, taking keen note of thearchitecture of the house. I could tell from his expression that hewas on a hot scent and yet I could not in the least imagine in whatdirection his inferences were leading him.


1.  "Well, sir?" said he.
2.  "Indeed! That is interesting," said Holmes.
3.  "Tell us, then, how Cadogan West met his end before you laid himupon the roof of a railway carriage."
4.  "Quite."
5.   "My dear Holmes, what do you mean?"
6.  So for three mornings the mystery remained, so far as I could followit in the papers. If Holmes knew more, he kept his own counsel, but,as he told me that Inspector Lestrade had taken him into him intohis confidence in the case, I knew that he was in close touch withevery development. Upon the fourth day there appeared a longtelegram from Paris which seemed to solve the whole question.A discovery has just been made by the Parisian police [said theDaily Telegraph] which raises the veil which hung round the tragicfate of Mr. Eduardo Lucas, who met his death by violence last Mondaynight at Godolphin Street, Westminster. Our readers will remember thatthe deceased gentleman was found stabbed in his room, and that somesuspicion attached to his valet, but that the case broke down on analibi. Yesterday a lady, who has been known as Mme. Henri Fournaye,occupying a small villa in the Rue Austerlitz, was reported to theauthorities by her servants as being insane. An examination showed shehad indeed developed mania of a dangerous and permanent form. Oninquiry, the police have discovered that Mme. Henri Fournaye onlyreturned from a journey to London on Tuesday last, and there isevidence to connect her with the crime at Westminster. A comparison ofphotographs has proved conclusively that M. Henri Fournaye and EduardoLucas were really one and the same person, and that the deceased hadfor some reason lived a double life in London and Paris. Mme.Fournaye, who is of Creole origin, is of an extremely excitablenature, and has suffered in the past from attacks of jealousy whichhave amounted to frenzy. It is conjectured that it was in one of thesethat she committed the terrible crime which has caused such asensation in London. Her movements upon the Monday night have notyet been traced, but it is undoubted that a woman answering to herdescription attracted much attention at Charing Cross Station onTuesday morning by the wildness of her appearance and the violenceof her gestures. It is probable, therefore, that the crime waseither committed when insane, or that its immediate effect was todrive the unhappy woman out of her mind. At present she is unable togive any coherent account of the past, and the doctors hold out nohopes of the reestablishment of her reason. There is evidence that awoman, who might have been Mme. Fournaye, was seen for some hours uponMonday night watching the house in Godolphin Street.


1.  "I will not attempt it."
2.  "I don't quite understand."
3.  Holmes smiled and rubbed his hands.
4、  It was after tea on a summer evening, and the conversation, whichhad roamed in a desultory, spasmodic fashion from golf clubs to thecauses of the change in the obliquity of the ecliptic, came round atlast to the question of atavism and hereditary aptitudes. The pointunder discussion was, how far any singular gift in an individual wasdue to his ancestry and how far to his own early training."In your own case," said I, "from all that you have told me, itseems obvious that your faculty of observation and your peculiarfacility for deduction are due to your own systematic training.""To some extent" he answered thoughtfully. "My ancestors werecountry squires, who appear to have led much the same life as isnatural to their class. But, none the less, my turn that way is inmy veins, and may have come with my grandmother, who was the sister ofVernet, the French artist. Art in the blood is liable to take thestrangest forms."
5、  "If you could have looked into Allardyce's back shop, you would haveseen a dead pig swung from a hook in the ceiling, and a gentleman inhis shirt sleeves furiously stabbing at it with this weapon. I wasthat energetic person, and I have satisfied myself that by no exertionof my strength can I transfix the pig with a single blow. Perhapsyou would care to try?"




  • 葛云飞 08-02

      "Well, Watson, what make you of that?" asked Holmes with the airof the pathologist who presents a rare specimen.

  • 刘大卫 08-02

      "Come," said I, laughing, "this is a little too much."

  • 费达人 08-02

       "A likely story! As if a man bent on felony would slam his door soas to wake a household. What did they say, then, of thedisappearance of these gems?"

  • 詹媛 08-02

      transpired, the Countess was accustomed to keep her jewel, waslying empty upon the dressing-table. Ryder instantly gave thealarm, and Homer was arrested the same evening; but the stonecould not be found either upon his person or in his rooms.Catherine Cusack, maid to the Countess, deposed to havingheard Ryder's cry of dismay on discovering the robbery, and tohaving rushed into the room, where she found matters asdescribed by the last witness. Inspector Bradstreet, Bdivision, gave evidence as to the arrest of Homer, who

  • 赖红燕 08-01

    {  "Yes, I have noticed that. But if this were the practical joke ofsome students from the dissecting-rooms, it would be as easy forthem to send two odd ears as a pair.

  • 方力钧 07-31

      "'That you may get away, or perhaps that you may conceal what youhave stolen; said I. And then, realizing the dreadful position inwhich I was placed, I implored him to remember that not only my honourbut that of one who was far greater than I was at stake; and that hethreatened to raise a scandal which would convulse the nation. Hemight avert it all if he would but tell me what he had done with thethree missing stones.}

  • 威廉·退尔 07-31

      "Very good," said Holmes. "Come, Watson, I think that we have moreimportant work elsewhere."

  • 李金郎 07-31

      She blushed and seemed confused.

  • 何郎甘 07-30

       "Did you observe anything very peculiar about that bed?""No."

  • 赵振宇 07-28

    {  The addition of a P and a D completed a message which showed me thatthe rascal was proceeding from persuasion to threats, and my knowledgeof the crooks of Chicago prepared me to find that he might veryrapidly put his words into action. I at once came to Norfolk with myfriend and colleague, Dr. Watson, but, unhappily, only in time to findthat the worst had already occurred."

  • 丁龙 07-28

      But my friend's eyes were fixed upon the secretary, who stood by hismaster's chair.