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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "There is nothing at all, sir."
2.  "We agreed to work on our own lines, Mr. Holmes. That's what I amdoing."
3.  I walked down to the station with them, and then wandered throughthe streets of the little town, finally returning to the hotel,where I lay upon the sofa and tried to interest myself in ayellow-backed novel. The puny plot of the story was so thin,however, when compared to the deep mystery through which we weregroping, and I found my attention wander so continually from thefiction to the fact, that I at last flung it across the room andgave myself up entirely to a consideration of the events of the day.Supposing that this unhappy young man's story were absolutely true,then what hellish thing, what absolutely unforeseen andextraordinary calamity could have occurred between the time when heparted from his father, and the moment when, drawn back by hisscreams, he rushed into the glade? It was something terrible anddeadly. What could it be? Might not the nature of the injuriesreveal something to my medical instincts? I rang the bell and calledfor the weekly county paper, which contained a verbatim account of theinquest. In the surgeon's deposition it was stated that theposterior third of the left parietal bone and the left half of theoccipital bone had been shattered by a heavy blow from a blunt weapon.I marked the spot upon my own head. Clearly such a blow must have beenstruck from behind. That was to some extent in favour of theaccused, as when seen quarrelling he was face to face with his father.Still, it did not go for very much, for the older man might haveturned his back before the blow fell. Still, it might be worth whileto call Holmes's attention to it. Then there was the peculiar dyingreference to a rat. What could that mean? It could not be delirium.A man dying from a sudden blow does not commonly become delirious. No,it was more likely to be an attempt to explain how he met his fate.But what could it indicate? I cudgelled my brains to find somepossible explanation. And then the incident of the gray cloth seenby young McCarthy. If that were true the murderer must have droppedsome part of his dress, presumably his overcoat, in his flight andmust have had the hardihood to return and to carry it away at theinstant when the son was kneeling with his back turned not a dozenpaces off. What a tissue of mysteries and improbabilities the wholething was! I did not wonder at Lestrade's opinion, and yet I had somuch faith in Sherlock Holmes's insight that I could not lose hopeas long as every fresh fact seemed to strengthen his conviction ofyoung McCarthy's innocence.
4.  "I tell you, Maud, not to mix yourself up in the matter," criedher father angrily.
5.  "Well, very soon I found that I was saving considerable sums ofmoney. I do not mean that any beggar in the streets of London couldearn L700 a year-which is less than my average takings-but I hadexceptional advantages in my power of making up, and also in afacility of repartee, which improved by practice and made me quite arecognized character in the City. All day a stream of pennies,varied by silver, poured in upon me, and it was a very bad day inwhich I failed to take L2.
6.  "Now, my dear Hopkins, draw up and warm your toes," said he. "Here'sa cigar, and the doctor has a prescription containing hot water anda lemon, which is good medicine on a night like this. It must besomething important which has brought you out in such a gale.""It is indeed, Mr. Holmes. I've had a bustling afternoon, Ipromise you. Did you see anything of the Yoxley case in the latesteditions?"


1.  "He must have been a cool hand."
2.  "Good Lord!" The boxer's sallow face turned a shade whiter."Ikey Sanders has split on us."
3.  Our months of partnership had not been so uneventful as he hadstated, for I find, on looking over my notes, that this periodincludes the case of the papers of ex-President Murillo, and alsothe shocking affair of the Dutch steamship Friesland, which sonearly cost us both our lives. His cold and proud nature was alwaysaverse, however, from anything in the shape of public applause, and hebound me in the most stringent terms to say no further word ofhimself, his methods, or his successes- a prohibition which, as I haveexplained, has only now been removed.
4.  It was a bitter night, so we drew on our ulsters and wrappedcravats about our throats. Outside, the stars were shining coldlyin a cloudless sky, and the breath of the passers-by blew out intosmoke like so many pistol shots. Our footfalls rang out crisplyand loudly as we swung through the doctors' quarter, WimpoleStreet, Harley Street, and so through Wigmore Street into OxfordStreet. In a quarter of an hour we were in Bloomsbury at theAlpha Inn, which is a small public-house at the corner of one ofthe streets which runs down into Holborn. Holmes pushed open thedoor of the private bar and ordered two glasses of beer from theruddy-faced, white-aproned landlord.
5.  "The coat of arms was on the envelope, and it was addressed in theDuke's peculiar stiff hand. Besides, the Duke remembers havingwritten."
6.  "Looking back at the evening which you spent together, does anythingstand out in your memory as throwing any possible light upon thetragedy? Think carefully, Mr. Tregennis, for any clue which can helpme."


1.  He laughed heartily at my perplexity.
2.  "Indeed, it is a likely ruse enough," observed Bradstreetthoughtfully. "Of course there can be no doubt as to the nature ofthis gang."
4.  "'Fritz! Fritz!' she cried in English, 'remember your promiseafter the last time. You said it should not be again. He will besilent! Oh, he will be silent!'
5.   Holmes smiled his appreciation.
6.  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle


1.  "No; there are very few."
2.  "You know my method. It is founded upon the observation of trifles.""His height I know that you might roughly judge from the length ofhis stride. His boots, too, might be told from their traces.""Yes, they were peculiar boots."
3.  "What! Had he lost his wife?"
4、  "In all hour- possibly less."
5、  "Yes, I am all that, Mr. Holmes; and, in addition, I am the mostunfortunate man at this moment in London. For heaven's sake, don'tabandon me, Mr. Holmes! If they come to arrest me before I havefinished my story, make them give me time, so that I may tell youthe whole truth. I could go to jail happy if I knew that you wereworking for me outside."




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      "Yes, my correspondence has certainly the charm of variety," heanswered, smiling, "and the humbler are usually the moreinteresting. This looks like one of those unwelcome social summonseswhich call upon a man either to be bored or to lie."}

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      He put a hand on either side of his head and rocked himself to andfro, droning to himself like a child whose grief has got beyond words.Sherlock Holmes sat silent for some few minutes, with his browsknitted and his eyes fixed upon the fire.

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