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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "No, the gas."
2.  "You then roused his anger by calling him names at a moment whenhe felt that he had deserved your warmest thanks. He could not explainthe true state of affairs without betraying one who certainly deservedlittle enough consideration at his hands. He took the morechivalrous view, however, and preserved her secret."
3.  "He's a beauty, isn't he?" said the inspector.
4.  "From the first, two facts were very obvious to me, the one that thelady had been quite willing to undergo the wedding ceremony, the otherthat she had repented of it within a few minutes of returning home.Obviously something had occurred during the morning, then, to causeher to change her mind. What could that something be? She could nothave spoken to anyone when she was out, for she had been in thecompany of the bridegroom. Had she seen someone, then? If she had,it must be someone from America because she had spent so short atime in this country that she could hardly have allowed anyone toacquire so deep an influence over her that the mere sight of him wouldinduce her to change her plans so completely. You see we havealready arrived, by a process of exclusion, at the idea that she mighthave seen an American. Then who could this American be, and why shouldhe possess so much influence over her? It might be a lover; it mightbe a husband. Her young womanhood had, I knew, been spent in roughscenes and under strange conditions. So far I had got before I everheard Lord St. Simon's narrative. When he told us of a man in a pew,of the change in the bride's manner, of so transparent a device forobtaining a note as the dropping of a bouquet, of her resort to herconfidential maid, and of her very significant allusion toclaim-jumping-which in miners' parlance means taking possession ofthat which another person has a prior claim to-the whole situationbecame absolutely clear. She had gone off with a man, and the manwas either a lover or was a previous husband-the chances being infavour of the latter."
5.  "Thank you. I think that I quite follow you," said Sherlock Holmes."It is of the utmost importance that you should notice this point. Iwent down the stairs and into the hall, where I found thecommissionaire fast asleep in his box, with the kettle boilingfuriously upon the spirit-lamp. I took off the kettle and blew out thelamp, for the water was spurting over the floor. Then I put out myhand and was about to shake the man, who was still sleeping soundly,when a bell over his head rang loudly, and he woke with a start."'Mr. Phelps, sir!' said he, looking at me in bewilderment."'I came down to see if my coffee was ready.'
6.  "Gone to the nearest public-house. That is the centre of countrygossip. They would have told you every name, from the master to thescullery-maid. Williamson? It conveys nothing to my mind. If he isan elderly man he is not this active cyclist who sprints away fromthat young lady's athletic pursuit. What have we gained by yourexpedition? The knowledge that the girl's story is true. I neverdoubted it. That there is a connection between the cyclist and theHall. I never doubted that either. That the Hall is tenanted byWilliamson. Who's the better for that? Well, well, my dear sir,don't look so depressed. We can do little more until next Saturday,and in the meantime I may make one or two inquiries myself."Next morning, we had a note from Miss Smith, recounting shortlyand accurately the very incidents which I had seen, but the pith ofthe letter lay in the postscript:


1.  "Yes, sir. I'm afraid it has spoilt your beautiful bust, for itpassed right through the head and flattened itself on the wall. Ipicked it up from the carpet. Here it is!"
2.  "Thank you. Pray proceed."
3.  "Without a word?"
4.  "Well, then, I shan't tell you. So now!"
5.  "I should be happy to think so, but I fear your explanations must bebefore the police."
6.  "About three days."


1.  "The county police ought to make something of that" said he; "why,it is surely obvious that-"
2.  1926
3.  "Very interesting- very interesting, indeed!" said Holmes, peeringat this sinister relic. "Anything more?"
4.  "You like this weather?"
5.   "It was black enough before against this young man, but ourinquiries make it blacker," he remarked as the cab lumbered off."His coming marriage gives a motive for the crime. He naturally wantedmoney. The idea was in his head, since he spoke about it. He nearlymade the girl an accomplice in the treason by telling her his plans.It is all very bad."
6.  "Possibly not, my good Watson. It may surprise you to know thatthe man upon earth who is best versed in this disease is not a medicalman, but a planter. Mr. Culverton Smith is a well-known resident ofSumatra, now visiting London. An outbreak of the disease upon hisplantation, which was distant from medical aid, caused him to study ithimself, with some rather far-reaching consequences. He is a verymethodical person, and I did not desire you to start before six,because I was well aware that you would not find him in his study.If you could persuade him to come here and give us the benefit ofhis unique experience of this disease, the investigation of whichhas been his dearest hobby, I cannot doubt that he could help me."I give Holmes's remarks as a consecutive whole and will notattempt to indicate how they were interrupted by gaspings for breathand those clutchings of his hands which indicated the pain fromwhich he was suffering. His appearance had changed for the worseduring the few hours that I had been with him. Those hectic spots weremore pronounced, the eyes shone more brightly out of darker hollows,and a cold sweat glimmered upon his brow. He still retained,however, the jaunty gallantry of his speech. To the last gasp he wouldalways be the master.


1.  "Insanity was more plausible. The presence of the second person inthe outhouse suggested a keeper. The fact that he locked the door whenhe came out strengthened the supposition and gave the idea ofconstraint. On the other hand, this constraint could not be severeor the young man could not have got loose and come down to have a lookat his friend. You, will remember, Mr. Dodd, that I felt round forpoints, asking you, for example, about the paper which Mr. Kent wasreading. Had it been the Lancet or the British Medical Journal itwould have helped me. It is not illegal, however, to keep a lunaticupon private premises so long as there is a qualified person inattendance and that the authorities have been duly notified. Why,then, all this desperate desire for secrecy? Once again I could notget the theory to fit the facts.
2.  "'Where was the shadow?'
3.  "The moment I looked at my table, I was aware that someone hadrummaged among my papers. The proof was in three long slips. I hadleft them all together. Now, I found that one of them was lying on thefloor, one was on the side table near the window, and the third waswhere I had left it."
4、  "We'll stay at the inn to-night," he continued as he rose andfaced the astonished sergeant. "You will, of course, get agrappling-hook and you will easily restore my friend's revolver. Youwill also find beside it the revolver, string and weight with whichthis vindictive woman attempted to disguise her own crime and tofasten a charge of murder upon an innocent victim. You can let Mr.Gibson know that I will see him in the morning, when steps can betaken for Miss Dunbar's vindication."
5、  "And yet I question, sir, whether, in all your experience, youhave ever listened to a more mysterious and inexplicable chain ofevents than those which have happened in my own family.""You fill me with interest," said Holmes. "Pray give us theessential facts from the commencement, and I can afterwardsquestion you as to those details which seem to me to be mostimportant."




  • 们留 07-30

      "Who's Teddy?" asked Holmes.

  • 为什 07-30

      "You will let me know any fresh development, Miss Smith. I am verybusy just now, but I will find time to make some inquiries into yourcase. In the meantime, take no step without letting me know. Good-bye,and I trust that we shall have nothing but good news from you.""It is part of the settled order of Nature that such a girl shouldhave followers," said Holmes, he pulled at his meditative pipe, "butfor choice not on bicycles in lonely country roads. Some secretivelover, beyond all doubt. But there are curious and suggestivedetails about the case, Watson."

  • 别的 07-30

       "The London press has not had very full accounts. I have just beenlooking through all the recent papers in order to master theparticulars. It seems, from what I gather, to be one of those simplecases which are so extremely difficult."

  • 乎不 07-30

      "Tell us, then, of your true relations with Mr. Gibson's wife.""She hated me, Mr. Holmes. She hated me with all the fervour ofher tropical nature. She was a woman who would do nothing by halves,and the measure of her love fear her husband was the measure also ofher hatred for me. It is probable that she misunderstood ourrelations. I would not wish to wrong her, but she loved so vividlyin a physical sense that she could hardly understand the mental, andeven spiritual, tie which held her husband to me, or imagine that itwas only my desire to influence his power to good ends which kept meunder his roof. I can see now that I was wrong. Nothing couldjustify me in remaining where I was a cause of unhappiness, and yet itis certain that the unhappiness would have remained even if I had leftthe house."

  • 回了 07-29

    {  "But Holmes said that he was not going to Briarbrae."

  • 神体 07-28

      There was one very large central room into which Ferguson led us.Here, in a huge old-fashioned fireplace with an iron screen behindit dated 1670, there blazed and spluttered a splendid log fire.The room, as I gazed round, was a most singular mixture of dates andof places. The half-panelled walls may well have belonged to theoriginal yeoman farmer of the seventeenth century. They wereornamented, however, on the lower part by a line of well-chosen modernwater-colours; while above, where yellow plaster took the place ofoak, there was hung a fine collection of South American utensils andweapons, which had been brought, no doubt, by the Peruvian ladyupstairs. Holmes rose, with that quick curiosity which sprang from hiseager mind, and examined them with some care. He returned with hiseyes full of thought.}

  • 已经 07-28

      "My dear fellow! I congrat-"

  • 至尊 07-28

      "Ah! who? I would call your attention very particularly to twopoints. One is that the murdered man had an appointment with someoneat the pool, and that the someone could not have been his son, for hisson was away, and he did not know when he would return. The secondis that the murdered man was heard to cry 'Cooee!' before he knew thathis son had returned. Those are the crucial points upon which the casedepends. And now let us talk about George Meredith, if you please, andwe shall leave all minor matters until to-morrow."

  • 准备 07-27

       "A very clear statement said Holmes, rising and lighting his pipe."I think, Hopkins, that you should lose no time in conveying yourprisoner to a place of safety. This room is not well adapted for acell, and Mr. Patrick Cairns occupies too large a proportion of ourcarpet."

  • 妖眼 07-25

    {  "Exactly. But he received it on that day?"

  • 应到 07-25

      "Yes. We had occasion some months ago to strengthen ourresources and borrowed for that purpose 30,000 napoleons from theBank of France. It has become known that we have never hadoccasion to unpack the money, and that it is still lying in ourcellar. The crate upon which I sit contains 2,000 napoleonspacked between layers of lead foil. Our reserve of bullion ismuch larger at present than is usually kept in a single branchoffice, and the directors have had misgivings upon the subject.""Which were very well justified," observed Holmes. "And nowit is time that we arranged our little plans. I expect thatwithin an hour matters will come to a head. In the meantime, Mr.Merryweather, we must put the screen over that dark lantern.""And sit in the dark?"