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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I did not say so," said Holmes imperturbably. "And now, LordHoldhurst, we have already taken up too much of your valuable time,and we shall wish you good-day."
2.  "There are three men waiting for him at the door," saidHolmes.
3.  My friend's face grew graver still.
4.  "Yes, only one."
5.  "You must try round and get on a fresh scent, I fancy," said the sonwith a rather malicious smile.
6.  All day I turned these facts over in my mind, endeavouring to hitupon some theory which could reconcile them all, and to find that lineof least resistance which my poor friend had declared to be thestarting-point of every investigation. I confess that I made littleprogress. In the evening I strolled across the Park, and foundmyself about six o'clock at the Oxford Street end of Park Lane. Agroup of loafers upon the pavements, all staring up at a particularwindow, directed me to the house which I had come to see. A tall, thinman with coloured glasses, whom I strongly suspected of being aplain-clothes detective, was pointing out some theory of his own,while the others crowded round to listen to what he said. I got asnear him as I could, but his observations seemed to me to be absurd,so I withdrew again in some disgust. As I did so I struck against anelderly, deformed man, who had been behind me, and I knocked downseveral books which he was carrying. I remember that as I pickedthem up, I observed the title of one of them, The Origin of TreeWorship, and it struck me that the fellow must be some poorbibliophile, who, either as a trade or as a hobby, was a collectorof obscure volumes. I endeavoured to apologize for the accident, butit was evident that these books which I had so unfortunatelymaltreated were very precious objects in the eyes of their owner. Witha snarl of contempt he turned upon his heel, and I saw his curved backand white side-whiskers disappear among the throng.


1.  "I knew that you did it."
2.  "Yes, and a good colt, too. He carries all our money for the race,and all Sir Robert's into the Bargain. By the way"- he looked at uswith thoughtful eyes- "I suppose you ain't on the turf yourselves?""No, indeed. just two weary Londoners who badly need some goodBerkshire air."
3.  "'You have boxed a good deal in your youth.'
4.  We learn with regret that Mr. Sherlock Holmes, the well-knownprivate detective, was the victim this morning of a murderousassault which has left him in a precarious position. There are noexact details to hand, but the event seems to have occurred abouttwelve o'clock in Regent Street, outside the Cafe Royal. The attackwas made by two men armed with sticks, and Mr. Holmes was beaten aboutthe head and body, receiving injuries which the doctors describe asmost serious. He was carried to Charing Cross Hospital andafterwards insisted upon being taken to his rooms in Baker Street. Themiscreants who attacked him appear to have been respectably dressedmen, who escaped from the bystanders by passing through the Cafe Royaland out into Glasshouse Street behind it. No doubt they belonged tothat criminal fraternity which has so often had occasion to bewail theactivity and ingenuity of the injured man.
5.  "My wire! I sent no wire."
6.  "Who shot him, then?"


1.  "I'm easy to find," said the young woman. "Hell, London, gets meevery time. Same address for Porky Shinwell. We're old mates, Porky,you and I. But, by cripes! there is another who ought to be down ina lower hell than we if there was any justice in the world! That isthe man you are after, Mr. Holmes."
2.  "'Have you any suggestion to make?' I asked.
3.  "I see. You have no explanation yourself of the tragedy?""Possibly an accident, possibly- I only breathe it amongourselves- a suicide. Young men have their hidden troubles- someaffair of the heart, perhaps, which we have never known. It is amore probable supposition than murder."
4.  "No, I can't say I was."
5.   "'Surely, there are classified lists?' I suggested.
6.  "Now I come to the critical part of my argument. The naturalaction of a man in pursuing a little boy would be to run after him. Hewould know that he could overtake him. But the German does not doso. He turns to his bicycle. I am told that he was an excellentcyclist. He would not do this, if he did not see that the boy had someswift means of escape."


1.  "It was my brother Mycroft. It is an advantage to get about insuch a case without taking a mercenary into your confidence. But wemust plan what we are to do about Moriarty now."
2.  "The alarm had reached Scotland Yard by this time, and Mr. Forbes,the detective, came round at once and took up the case with a greatdeal of energy. We hired a hansom, and in half an hour we were atthe address which had been given to us. A young woman opened the door,who proved to be Mrs. Tangey's eldest daughter. Her mother had notcome back yet, and we were shown into the front room to wait."About ten minutes later a knock came at the door, and here wemade the one serious mistake for which I blame myself. Instead ofopening the door ourselves, we allowed the girl to do so. We heard hersay, 'Mother, there are two men in the house waiting to see you,'and an instant afterwards we heard the patter of feet rushing down thepassage. Forbes flung open the door, and we both ran into the backroom or kitchen, but the woman had got there before us. She staredat us with defiant eyes, and then, suddenly recognizing me, anexpression of absolute astonishment came over her face."'Why, if it isn't Mr. Phelps, of the office!' she cried."'Come, come, who did you think we were when you ran away fromus?' asked my companion.
3.  I can assure you that you are wasting your time in dogging mymovements. I have, as you discovered last night, a window at theback of my brougham, and if you desire a twenty-mile ride which willlead you to the spot from which you started, you have only to followme. Meanwhile, I can inform you that no spying upon me can in anyway help Mr. Godfrey Staunton, and I am convinced that the bestservice you can do to that gentleman is to return at once to Londonand to report to your employer that you are unable to trace him.Your time in Cambridge will certainly be wasted.
4、  "He rose also and looked at me in silence, shaking his head sadly."'Well, well,' said he at last. 'It seems a pity, but I have donewhat I could. I know every move of your game. You can do nothingbefore Monday. It has been a duel between you and me, Mr. Holmes.You hope to place me in the dock. I tell you that I will never standin the dock. You hope to beat me. I tell you that you will neverbeat me. If you are clever enough to bring destruction upon me, restassured that I shall do as much to you.'
5、  "In the immediate neighbourhood, yes. But we have several smallwatering places not very far away. And the farmers take in lodgers.""These hieroglyphics have evidently a meaning. If it is a purelyarbitrary one, it may be impossible for us to solve it. If, on theother hand, it is systematic, I have no doubt that we shall get to thebottom of it. But this particular sample is so short that I can donothing, and the facts which you have brought me are so indefinitethat we have no basis for an investigation. I would suggest that youreturn to Norfolk, that you keep a keen lookout, and that you takean exact copy of any fresh dancing men which may appear. It is athousand pities that we have not a reproduction of those which weredone in chalk upon the window-sill. Make a discreet inquiry also as toany strangers in the neighbourhood. When you have collected some freshevidence, come to me again. That is the best advice which I can giveyou, Mr. Hilton Cubitt. If there are any pressing freshdevelopments, I shall be always ready to run down and see you inyour Norfolk home."




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      Ferguson was standing by the bed, choking, his hands outstretchedand quivering.

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      "To remember it- to docket it. We may come on something laterwhich will bear upon it. What steps do you propose to take now,Lestrade?"

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    {  "Well, I tried one or two leads, but could get at nothing whichwould help our hypothesis, and several points which would make againstit. I gave it up at last and off I went to Norwood.

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      "No. No one can help. It is finished. All is destroyed. Do what Iwill, all is destroyed."}

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      Carruthers took a telegram from his pocket "That's it," said he.It was short and concise:

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      "You shut up the windows and doors the night before. Did youfasten all the windows?"

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    {  "You must understand, Dr. Watson, that the professor had nosecrets from me. If I were his son or his younger brother I couldnot have more completely enjoyed his confidence. As his secretary Ihandled every paper which came to him, and I opened and subdivided hisletters. Shortly after his return all this was changed. He told methat certain letters might come to him from London which would bemarked by a cross under the stamp. These were to be set aside forhis own eyes only. I may say that several of these did pass through myhands, that they had the E.C. mark, and were in an illiteratehandwriting. If he answered them at all the answers did not passthrough my hands nor into the letter-basket in which ourcorrespondence was collected."

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      "I thought they had better hear your ladyship's story first.""I shall be glad when you can arrange matters. It is horrible tome to think of him still lying there." She shuddered and buried herface in her hands. As she did so, the loose gown fell back from herforearms. Holmes uttered an exclamation.