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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "No, I don't think you would guess. Every pocket stuffed withpennies and halfpennies-421 pennies and 270 half-pennies. It was nowonder that it had not been swept away by the tide. But a human bodyis a different matter. There is a fierce eddy between the wharf andthe house. It seemed likely enough that the weighted coat had remainedwhen the stripped body had been sucked away into the river.""But I understand that all the other clothes were found in the room.Would the body be dressed in a coat alone?"
2.  "Strange- remarkable," I suggested.
4.  "Anything more, Watson?"
5.  "Yes, I have one waiting."
6.  "But why should such an idea cross your mind?"


1.  "One moment, Lestrade," said Holmes. "Half an hour more or lesscan make no difference to you, and the gentleman was about to giveus an account of this very interesting affair, which might aid us inclearing it up."
2.  "Tell me," said Holmes- and I could see by his eyes that he was muchexcited- "was this a mere addition to the first or did it appear to beentirely separate?"
3.  It was my old housekeeper who heard of it first by that strangewireless by which such people collect the news of the countryside."Sad story this, sir, about Mr. McPherson's dog," said she oneevening.
4.  "Have you arranged for a search?"
5.  "Well, Mr. Holmes, you would hardly say it was a face at all. That'show it looked. Our milkman got a glimpse of her once peeping out ofthe upper window, and he dropped his tin and the milk all over thefront garden. that is the kind of face it is. When I saw her- Ihappened on her unawares- she covered up quick, and then she said,'Now, Mrs. Merrilow, you know at last why it is that I never raisemy veil.'"
6.  "What is he like, this Vincent Spaulding?"


1.  "The matter can be easily remedied," said the browbeaten doctor;"Mr. Sherlock Holmes can return to London by the morning train.""Hardly that, Doctor, hardly that," said Holmes, in his blandestvoice. "This northern air is invigorating and pleasant, so I proposeto spend a few days upon your moors, and to occupy my mind as best Imay. Whether I have the shelter of your roof or of the village inn is,of course, for you to decide."
2.  "You'll never persuade me to believe that."
3.  "Most interesting," said Holmes. "Did he observe the appearance ofthese men- did he hear them talk?"
4.  "Ah, yes, I shall keep the stone. Thank you. And, I say,Peterson, just buy a goose on your way back and leave it here withme, for we must have one to give to this gentleman in place of theone which your family is now devouring."
5.   He pointed to a smallish, dark, well-dressed man who was bustlingalong the other side of the road. As we watched him he looked acrossat a boy who was bawling out the latest edition of the eveningpaper, and, running over among the cabs and busses, he bought one fromhim. Then, clutching it in his hand, he vanished through a doorway."There he goes!' cried Hall Pycroft. These are the company's officesinto which he has gone. Come with me, and I'll fix it up as easilyas possible."
6.  "I know nothing myself save what I have read or heard. I have nodesire to be discourteous, but you can understand, Mr. Holmes, that weare much disturbed at present, and I must ask you to hasten thisinterview to an end."


1.  "Extremely so. I congratulate you warmly."
2.  "Well, Mr. Gibson, at least I dismiss you. I should have thoughtmy words were plain."
3.  "I will see him there."
4、  "It's very black against her. I can't deny that. And women lead aninward life and may do things beyond the judgment of a man. At first Iwas so rattled and taken aback that I was ready to think she hadbeen led away in some extraordinary fashion that was clean against herusual nature. One explanation came into my head. I give it to you, Mr.Holmes, for what it is worth. There is no doubt that my wife wasbitterly jealous. There is a soul-jealousy that can be as frantic asany body-jealousy, and though my wife had no cause- and I think sheunderstood this- for the latter, she was aware that this Englishgirl exerted an influence upon my mind and my acts that she herselfnever had. It was an influence for good, but that did not mend thematter. She was crazy with hatred, and the beat of the Amazon wasalways in her blood. She might have planned to murder Miss Dunbar-or we will say to threaten her with a gun and so frighten her intoleaving us. Then there might have been a scuffle and the gun goneoff and shot the woman who held it."
5、  "We have more to tell you than you have for us," said Phelps,reseating himself upon the couch.




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      "Try and get Sutro to spend a night or two in the house. You mightpossibly want protection."

  • 顾雪 08-09

      "I didn't know what to do, so I came straight to you." That wasalways the way. Folk who were in grief came to my wife like birds to alight-house.

  • 易茂林 08-09

       "'He would not give any.'

  • 张峥 08-09

      "Go on, Mr. Mason. You get more and more interesting."

  • 柏榔 08-08

    {  "Well, you are in the right place for that. There is a deal of itlying about. But mind what I have told you about Sir Robert. He'sthe sort that strikes first and speaks afterwards. Keep clear of thepark."

  • 庄颍 08-07

      "I thought I might surprise you. Mycroft draws four hundred andfifty pounds a year, remains a subordinate, has no ambitions of anykind, will receive neither honour nor title, but remains the mostindispensable man in the country."}

  • 宋心蕊 08-07

      "Well, ma'am, I was comin' in to ask if the visitors was stayin' forlunch when this man jumped out at me."

  • 王建华 08-07

      "Oh, the fellows evidently grabbed hold of everything they couldget."

  • 何强 08-06

       "Now, Watson," said he. "Have you any change in your pocket?""Yes."

  • 克里斯特尼 08-04

    {  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

  • 邵馨莲 08-04

      "It was a pitch-dark night when my husband and I went down, as wasour custom, to feed the beast. We carried with us the raw meat in azinc pail. Leonardo was waiting at the corner of the big van whichwe should have to pass before we reached the cage. He was too slow,and we walked past him before he could strike, but he followed us ontiptoe and I heard the crash as the club smashed my husband's skull.My heart leaped with joy at the sound. I sprang forward, and I undidthe catch which held the door of the great lion's cage."And then the terrible thing happened. You may have heard howquick these creatures are to scent human blood, and how it excitesthem. Some strange instinct had told the creature in one instantthat a human being had been slain. As I slipped the bars it bouncedout and was on me in an instant. Leonardo could have saved me. If hehad rushed forward and struck the beast with his club he might havecowed it. But the man lost his nerve. I heard him shout in his terror,and then I saw him turn and fly. At the same instant the teeth ofthe lion met in my face. Its hot, filthy breath had already poisonedme and I was hardly conscious of pain. With the palms of my hands Itried to push the great steaming, blood-stained jaws away from me, andI screamed for help. I was conscious that the camp was stirring, andthen dimly I remembered a group of men. Leonardo, Griggs, andothers, dragging me from under the creature's paws. That was my lastmemory, Mr. Holmes, for many a weary month. When I came to myselfand saw myself in the mirror, I cursed that lion- oh, how I cursedhim!- not because he had torn away my beauty but because he had nottorn away my life. I had but one desire, Mr. Holmes, and I hadenough money to gratify it. It was that I should cover myself sothat my poor face should be seen by none, and that I should dwellwhere none whom I had ever known should find me. That was all that wasleft to me to do- and that is what I have done. A poor wounded beastthat has crawled into its hole to die- that is the end of EugeniaRonder."