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日期:2020-08-10 15:16:55

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Well, then, I shan't tell you. So now!"
2.  "I must really ask you to be a little more quiet!" said Holmesseverely. "You have already imperilled the whole success of ourexpedition. Might I beg that you would have the goodness to sitdown upon one of those boxes, and not to interfere?"
3.  "Well, of course, if the case were not an odd one we should not havebeen driven to ask you for an explanation," said young Mr. Alec."But as to your ideas that the man had robbed the house before Williamtackled him, I think it a most absurd notion. Wouldn't we have foundthe place disarranged and missed the things which he had taken?""It depends on what the things were," said Holmes. "You mustremember that we are dealing with a burglar who is a very peculiarfellow, and who appears to work on lines of his own. Look, forexample, at the queer lot of things which he took from Acton's-whatwas it?-a ball of string, a letter-weight, and I don't know what otherodds and ends."
4.  "Never."
5.  "No, sir, but the facts might be met speciously enough. Suppose thatthis man Boone had thrust Neville St. Clair through the window,there is no human eye which could have seen the deed. What would he dothen? It would of course instantly strike him that he must get ridof the tell-tale garments. He would seize the coat, then, and be inthe act of throwing it out, when it would occur to him that it wouldswim and not sink. He has little time, for he has heard the scuffledownstairs when the wife tried to force her way up, and perhaps he hasalready heard from his lascar confederate that the police are hurryingup the street. There is not an instant to be lost. He rushes to somesecret hoard, where he has accumulated the fruits of his beggary,and he stuffs all the coins upon which he can lay his hands into thepockets to make sure of the coats sinking. He throws it out, and wouldhave done the same with the other garments had not he heard the rushof steps below, and only just had time to close the window when thepolice appeared."
6.  "'In my own bureau.'


1.  "I presume they were of value?"
2.  "Which means, I suppose, that you are not quite clear about yourcase?"
3.  "But perhaps it may grow lighter as we go. What do you think, MissHolder?"
4.  "I beg that you will not touch me with your filthy hands,"remarked our prisoner as the handcuffs clattered upon his wrists."You may not be aware that I have royal blood in my veins. Havethe goodness, also, when you address me always to say `sir' and`please.'"
5.  "Yes, we had best do so."
6.  "I started off, Mr. Holmes, but when I got to that address itwas a manufactory of artificial knee-caps, and no one in it hadever heard of either Mr. William Morris or Mr. Duncan Ross.""And what did you do then?" asked Holmes.


1.  "They are poor Douglas's things."
2.  "Yes, I observed it."
3.  "I am the wife of Sir Eustace Brackenstall. I have been marriedabout a year. I suppose that it is no use my attempting to concealthat our marriage has not been a happy one. I fear that all ourneighbours would tell you that, even if I were to attempt to denyit. Perhaps the fault may be partly mine. I was brought up in thefreer, less conventional atmosphere of South Australia, and thisEnglish life, with its proprieties and its primness, is notcongenial to me. But the main reason lies in the one fact, which isnotorious to everyone, and that is that Sir Eustace was a confirmeddrunkard. To be with such a man for an hour is unpleasant. Can youimagine what it means for a sensitive and high-spirited woman to betied to him for day and night? It is a sacrilege, a crime, avillainy to hold that such a marriage is binding. I say that thesemonstrous laws of yours will bring a curse upon the land- God will notlet such wickedness endure." For an instant she sat up, her cheeksflushed, and her eyes blazing from under the terrible mark upon herbrow. Then the strong, soothing hand of the austere maid drew her headdown on to the cushion, and the wild anger died away into passionatesobbing. At last she continued:
5.   "No, but the enclosure is."
6.  "For an instant I was on the point of rushing in. The door hadbeen opened to admit the men and their burden. It was the woman whohad opened it. But as I stood there she caught a glimpse of me, andI think that she recognized me. I saw her start, and she hastilyclosed the door. I remembered my promise to you, and here I am.""You have done excellent work," said Holmes scribbling a few wordsupon a half-sheet of paper. "We can do nothing legal without awarrant, and you can serve the cause best by taking this note downto the authorities and getting one. There may be some difficulty,but I should think that the sale of the jewellery should besufficient. Lestrade will see to all details."


1.  Agent.
2.  "But if the document is found?"
3.  "Dear me, this becomes more and more difficult for me to understand!You are a connoisseur and collector with a very valuable piece in yourcollection, and yet you have never troubled to consult the one bookwhich would have told you of the real meaning and value of what youheld. How do you explain that?"
4、  "It is very essential, Miss Stoner," said he, "that you shouldabsolutely follow my advice in every respect."
5、  "On the contrary, your statement is singularly lucid."




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