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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I see many objections to any such theory."
2.  "No, I do not think so. I think that there was probably some moretangible cause. And now, Miss Stoner, we must leave you, for if Dr.Roylott returned and saw us our journey would be in vain. Good-bye,and be brave, for if you will do what I have told you rest assuredthat we shall soon drive away the dangers that threaten you."Sherlock Holmes and I had no difficulty in engaging a bedroom andsitting-room at the Crown Inn. They were on the upper floor, andfrom our window we could command a view of the avenue gate, and of theinhabited wing of Stoke Moran Manor House. At dusk we saw Dr. GrimesbyRoylott drive past, his huge form looming up beside the littlefigure of the lad who drove him. The boy had some slight difficulty inundoing the heavy iron gates, and we heard the hoarse roar of thedoctor's voice and saw the fury with which he shook his clinched fistsat him. The trap drove on, and a few minutes later we saw a suddenlight spring up among the trees as the lamp was lit in one of thesitting-rooms.
3.  A shower of rain fell while we were in the train, and the heat wasfar less oppressive in Croydon than in town. Holmes had sent on awire, so that Lestrade, as wiry, as dapper, and as ferret-like asever, was waiting for us at the station. A walk of five minutes tookus to Cross Street, where Miss Cushing resided.
4.  "You have furnished me with seven, but of course I must test thembefore I can pronounce upon their value."
5.  "Seven years my senior."
6.  "I have another appointment," said I.


1.  "Yes, it was only put there a couple of years ago."
2.  "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.
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4.  "I'm a bit of a single-stick expert, as you know. I took most ofthem on my guard. It was the second man that was too much for me.""What can I do, Holmes? Of course, it was that damned fellow who setthem on. I'll go and thrash the hide off him if you give the word.""Good old Watson! No, we can do nothing there unless the policelay their hands on the men. But their get-away had been well prepared.We may be sure of that. Wait a little. I have my plans. The firstthing is to exaggerate my injuries. They'll come to you for news.Put it on thick, Watson. Lucky if I live the week out- concussion-delirium- what you like! You can't overdo it."
5.  The ground was iron hard, sir. There were no traces at all.""Then we can go. We will go up to the house first and look overthese weapons of which you speak. Then we shall get on toWinchester, for I should desire to see Miss Dunbar before we gofarther."
6.  With a united effort we tore off the coffin-lid. As we did sothere came from the inside a stupefying and overpowering smell ofchloroform. A body lay within, its head ill wreathed in cotton-wool,which had been soaked in the narcotic. Holmes plucked it off anddisclosed the statuesque face of a handsome and spiritual woman ofmiddle age. In an instant he had passed his arm round the figure andraised her to a sitting position.


1.  "We have had no details yet," observed Holmes. "I perceive thatyou are not yourself a member of the family."
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3.  "Oh, yes, you can. This is my point." He placed his finger in thecentre of the circle. "This is where we shall find them.""But the twelve-mile drive?" gasped Hatherley.
4.  The hoarse voice of the seaman broke in on our conversation."See here, mister," said he, "I make no complaint of beingman-handled in this fashion, but I would have you call things by theirright names. You say I murdered Peter Carey, I say I killed PeterCarey, and there's all the difference. Maybe you don't believe whatI say. Maybe you think I am just slinging you a yarn."
5.   "At what?"
6.  "There is one thing," said John Openshaw. He rummaged in hiscoat pocket, and, drawing out a piece of discoloured, blue-tintedpaper, he laid it out upon the table. "I have some remembrance,"said he, "that on the day when my uncle burned the papers Iobserved that the small, unburned margins which lay amid the asheswere of this particular colour. I found this single sheet uponthe floor of his room, and I am inclined to think that it may beone of the papers which has, perhaps, fluttered out from among theothers, and in that way has escaped destruction. Beyond themention of pips, I do not see that it helps us much. I thinkmyself that it is a page from some private diary. The writing isundoubtedly my uncle's."


1.  "The first flaw in my happiness was the arrival of the
2.  Inspector Martin and I had listened with the utmost interest tothe full and clear account of how my friend had produced results whichhad led to so complete a command over our difficulties."What did you do then, sir?" asked the inspector.
3.  "Well, we will take it as a working hypothesis for want of a better.Boone, as I have told you, was arrested and taken to the station,but it could not be shown that there had ever before been anythingagainst him. He had for years been known as a professional beggar, buthis life appeared to have been a very quiet and innocent one. Therethe matter stands at present, and the questions which have to besolved-what Neville St. Clair was doing in the opium den, whathappened to him when there, where is he now, and what Hugh Boone hadto do with his disappearance- are all as far from a solution asever. I confess that I cannot recall any case within my experiencewhich looked at the first glance so simple and yet which presentedsuch difficulties."
4、  "I probably shall. But not just yet. Would you glance carefullyout of the window, Watson, and see if anyone is banging about in thestreet?"
5、  The strange object at which I pointed did indeed look like a tangledmass torn from the mane of a lion. It lay upon a rocky shelf somethree feet under the water, a curious waving, vibrating, hairycreature with streaks of silver among its yellow tresses. Itpulsated with a slow, heavy dilation and contraction.




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