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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Mr. Holmes," she said- and her white-gloved hands clasped andunclasped as she spoke- "I will speak frankly to you in the hopes thatit may induce you to speak frankly in return. There is completeconfidence between my husband and me on all matters save one. That oneis politics. On this his lips are sealed. He tells me nothing. Now,I am aware that there was a most deplorable occurrence in our houselast night. I know that a paper has disappeared. But because thematter is political my husband refuses to take me into his completeconfidence. Now it is essential- essential, I say- that I shouldthoroughly understand it. You are the only other person, save onlythese politicians, who knows the true facts. I beg you then, Mr.Holmes, to tell me exactly what has happened and what it will lead to.Tell me all, Mr. Holmes. Let no regard for your client's interestskeep you silent, for I assure you that his interests, if he would onlysee it, would be best served by taking me into his completeconfidence. What was this paper which was stolen?"
2.  "So far I could hardly have gone astray. But now your thoughtswent back to Beecher, and you looked hard across as if you werestudying the character in his features. Then your eyes ceased topucker, but you continued to look across, and your face wasthoughtful. You were recalling the incidents of Beecher's career. Iwas well aware that you could not do this without thinking of themission which he undertook on behalf of the North at the time of theCivil War, for I remember your expressing your passionateindignation at the way in which he was received by the moreturbulent of our people. You felt so strongly about it that I knew youcould not think of Beecher without thinking of that also. When amoment later I saw your eyes wander away from the picture, I suspectedthat your mind had now turned to the Civil War, and when I observedthat your lips set, your eyes sparkled, and your hands clenched Iwas positive that you were indeed thinking of the gallantry whichwas shown by both sides in that desperate struggle. But then, again,your face grew sadder; you shook your head. You were dwelling upon thesadness and horror and useless waste of life. Your hand stoletowards your own old wound and a smile quivered on your lips, whichshowed me that the ridiculous side of this method of settlinginternational questions had forced itself upon your mind. At thispoint I agreed with you that it was preposterous and was glad tofind that all my deductions had been correct."
3.  "'If you really mean it, of course you shall have the money,' saidI.
4.  "Yes, sir."
5.  "And you have touched nothing?"
6.  "The public don't know how good he is. Sir Robert has been tooclever for the touts. He has the Prince's half-brother out forspins. You can't tell 'em apart. But there are two lengths in afurlong between them when it comes to a gallop. He thinks of nothingbut the horse and the race. His whole life is on it. He's holdingoff the Jews till then. If the Prince falls him he is done.""It seems a rather desperate gamble, but where does the madness comein?"


1.  "I have been ordained," cried the old rascal.
2.  "He makes it up every evening and then leaves it."
3.  Holmes's face grew tense with anxiety.
4.  "You are right," fie c:ried with an immense sigh of relief. "It isquite superficial." His face set like flint as he glared at ourprisoner, who was sitting up with a dazed face. "By the Lord, it is aswell for you. If you had killed Watson, you would not have got outof this room alive. Now, sir, what have you to say for yourself?"He had nothing to say for himself. He only sat and scowled. I leanedon Holmes's arm, and together we looked down into the small cellarwhich had been disclosed by the secret flap. it was stillilluminated by the candle which Evans had taken down with him. Oureyes fell upon a mass of rusted machinery, great rolls of paper, alitter of bottles, and, neatly arranged upon a small table, a numberof neat little bundies.
5.  "Dead, Mr. Holmes, dead! He was attache at Rome, and he died thereof pneumonia last month."
6.  "The faculty of deduction is certainly contagious, Watson," heanswered. "It has enabled you to probe my secret. Yes, I have acase. After a month of trivialities and stagnation the wheels moveonce more."


1.  "You have probably never heard of Professor Moriarty?" said he."Never."
2.  The salesman chuckled grimly. "Bring me the books, Bill,"said he.
3.  "It has been a most remarkable experience."
4.  encourage visitors."
5.   "I brought this with me." He opened a locket and showed us thefull face of a very lovely woman. It was not a photograph but an ivoryminiature, and the artist had brought out the full effect of thelustrous black hair, the large dark eyes, and the exquisite mouth.Holmes gazed long and earnestly at it. Then he closed the locket andhanded it back to Lord St. Simon.
6.  My friend's temper had not improved since he had been deprived ofthe congenial surroundings of Baker Street. Without his scrapbooks,his chemicals, and his homely untidiness, he was an uncomfortable man.He shrugged his shoulders in ungracious acquiescence, while ourvisitor in hurried words and with much excitable gesticulationpoured forth his story.


1.  "For answer, he took a big red book out of a drawer.
2.  "He'll be here when he promised," said I, "and not an instant sooneror later."
3.  "You are certainly joking, Holmes."
4、  "Well, you will be surprised to hear that there is no stain on thewhite woodwork to correspond."
5、  "You have been very remiss in not coming to me sooner," said he,severely. "You start me on my investigation with a very serioushandicap. It is inconceivable, for example, that this ivy and thislawn would have yielded nothing to an expert observer.""I am not to blame, Mr. Holmes. His Grace was extremely desirousto avoid all public scandal. He was afraid of his family unhappinessbeing dragged before the world. He has a deep horror of anything ofthe kind."




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