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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I have some hopes."
2.  "Then we must take that as our working hypothesis. Young West tookthe papers. Now this could only be done by having a false key-""Several false keys. He had to open the building and the room.""He had, then, several false keys. He took the papers to London tosell the secret, intending, no doubt, to have the plans themselvesback in the safe next morning before they were missed. While in Londonon this treasonable mission he met his end."
3.  "You wonder," said my companion, "why it is that Mycroft does notuse his powers for detective work. He is incapable of it.""But I thought you said-"
4.  "To Miss Marie Devine. There is nothing to show where the checkwas drawn. It was cashed at the Credit Lyonnais at Montpellier lessthan three weeks ago. The sum was fifty Pounds."
5.  "Look at that with your magnifying glass, Mr. Holmes."
6.  "Eh? What was that?"


1.  "Ah! you are piecing it together now. I hear that she is about tomarry the young Duke of Lomond, who might almost be her son. HisGrace's ma might overlook the age, but a big scandal would be adifferent matter, so it is imperative- Ah! here we are."It was one of the finest corner-houses of the West End. Amachine-like footman took up our cards and returned with word that thelady was not at home. "Then we shall wait until she is," said Holmescheerfully.
2.  We had hardly alighted at North Walsham, and mentioned the name ofour destination, when the stationmaster hurried towards us. "I supposethat you are the detectives from London?" said he.
3.  "He hesitated before leaving the room, and when I looked round hewas standing facing me with a wistful look upon his wrinkled face."'Beg your pardon, sir, but I could not help hearing what you saidof young Master Godfrey at dinner. You know, sir, that my wifenursed him, and so I may say I am his foster-father. It's natural weshould take an interest. And you say he carried himself well, sir?'"'There was never a braver man in the regiment. He pulled me outonce from under the rifles of the Boers, or maybe I should not behere.'
4.  "No, sir. But I want to find out about them, and who theyare, and what their object was in playing this prank--if it was aprank--upon me. It was a pretty expensive joke for them, for itcost them two and thirty pounds."
5.  "Well, madam, unless it is set right it may certainly have a veryunfortunate effect."
6.  "Well, Mr. Holmes, what can it be?"


1.  "There's only one," answered the inspector. "We thought that if wecould only find-Good heavens, Mr. Holmes! what is the matter?"My poor friend's face had suddenly assumed the most dreadfulexpression. His eyes rolled upward, his features writhed in agony, andwith a suppressed groan he dropped on his face upon the ground.Horrified at the suddenness and severity of the attack, we carried himinto the kitchen, where he lay back in a large chair and breathedheavily for some minutes. Finally, with a shamefaced apology for hisweakness, he rose once more.
2.  "'You are not doing her any service. What is your name?'"'Let me hear her say so. Kratides.'
3.  "And yet, Watson- and yet! This bridge- a single broad span of stonewith balustraded sides- carries the drive over the narrowest part of along, deep, reedgirt sheet of water. Thor Mere it is called. In themouth of the bridge lay the dead woman. Such are the main facts. Buthere, if I mistake not, is our client, considerably before his time."Billy had opened the door, but the name which he announced was anunexpected one. Mr. Marlow Bates was a stranger to both of us. Hewas a thin, nervous wisp of a man with frightened eyes and atwitching, hesitating manner- a man whom my own professional eye wouldjudge to be on the brink of an absolute nervous breakdown."You seem agitated, Mr. Bates," said Holmes. "Pray sit down. Ifear I can only give you a short time, for I have an appointment ateleven."
4.  "Very possibly, Watson. Sir Robert is a man of an honourablestock. But you do occasionally find a carrion crow among the eagles.Let us for a moment argue upon this supposition. He could not flythe country until he had realized his fortune, and that fortunecould only be realized by bringing off this coup with ShoscombePrince. Therefore, he has still to stand his ground. To do this hewould have to dispose of the body of his victim, and he would alsohave to find a substitute who would impersonate her. With the maidas his confidante that would not be impossible. The woman's body mightbe conveyed to the crypt, which is a place so seldom visited, and itmight be secretly destroyed at night in the furnace, leaving behind itsuch evidence as we have already seen. What say you to that, Watson?""Well, it is all possible if you grant the original monstroussupposition."
5.   We had reached Pall Mall as we talked, and were walking down it fromthe St. James's end. Sherlock Holmes stopped at a door some littledistance from the Carlton, and, cautioning me not to speak, he led theway into the hall. Through the glass panelling I caught a glimpse of alarge and luxurious room, in which a considerable number of men weresitting about and reading papers, each in his own little nook.Holmes showed me into a small chamber which looked out into Pall Mall,and then, leaving me for a minute, he came back with a companionwhom I knew could only be his brother.
6.  "Oh, he gives no trouble. But he is a dirty scoundrel.""Dirty?"


1.  "I thought it would please you. But I have not got to the end yet.Dr. Barnicot was due at his surgery at twelve o'clock, and you canimagine his amazement when, on arriving there, he found that thewindow had been opened in the night and that the broken pieces ofhis second bust were strewn all over the room. It had been smashedto atoms where it stood. In neither case were there any signs whichcould give us a clue as to the criminal or lunatic who had done themischief. Now, Mr. Holmes, you have got the facts."
2.  "All very fine, Mr. Holmes," said he. "But there is one littleflaw in your splendid theory. I was myself in my room, and I neverleft it during the day."
3.  The quick eye of my companion had noted some change in her manner.She coloured and hesitated.
4、  "`Ten to two.'
5、  "Excellent, Watson!" cried Holmes. "I really fancy that you arenot far from the truth. You see that we hold all the cards, and wehave only to fear some sudden act of violence on their part. If theygive us time we must have them."




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      Sir Robert shrugged his broad shoulders.