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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "For heaven's sake, Holmes," he said hoarsely; "if you can see thetruth in this matter, do not keep me in suspense. How do I stand? Whatshall I do? I care nothing as to how you have found your facts so longas you have really got them."
2.  He had no kith nor kin- or, if he had, I never heard of it. But hetook a kind of pride in the queerness of his name. That was whatbrought us together. I was in the law at Topeka, and one day I had avisit from the old man, and he was tickled to death to meet anotherman with his own name. It was his pet fad, and he was dead set to findout if there were any more Garridebs in the world. 'Find meanother!' said he. I told him I was a busy man and could not spendmy life hiking round the world in search of Garridebs. 'None theless,' said he, 'that is just what you will do if things pan out asI planned them.' I thought he was joking, but there was a powerful lotof meaning in the words, as I was soon to discover.
3.  "If you will find the facts, perhaps others may find theexplanation."
4.  "We have an inspector who makes a specialty of Saffron Hill andthe Italian Quarter. Well, this dead man had some Catholic emblemround his neck, and that, along with his colour, made me think hewas from the South. Inspector Hill knew him the moment he caught sightof him. His name is Pietro Venucci, from Naples, and he is one ofthe greatest cut-throats in London. He is connected with the Mafia,which, as you know, is a secret political society, enforcing itsdecrees by murder. Now, you see how the affair begins to clear up. Theother fellow is probably an Italian also, and a member of the Mafia.He has broken the rules in some fashion. Pietro is set upon his track.Probably the photograph we found in his pocket is the man himself,so that he may not knife the wrong person. He dogs the fellow, he seeshim enter a house, he waits outside for him, and in the scuffle hereceives his own death-wound. How is that, Mr. Sherlock Holmes?"Holmes clapped his hands approvingly.
5.  "Oh! he impressed you in that way, did he? There are the horses,there is the smithy. Yes, it is an interesting place, this FightingCock. I think we shall have another look at it in an unobtrusive way."A long, sloping hillside, dotted with gray limestone boulders,stretched behind us. We had turned off the road, and were making ourway up the hill, when, looking in the direction of Holdernesse Hall, Isaw a cyclist coming swiftly along.
6.  "Can I speak confidentially?"


1.  "How long I remained unconscious I cannot tell. It must have beena very long time, for the moon had sunk, and a bright morning wasbreaking when I came to myself. My clothes were all sodden with dew,and my coat-sleeve was drenched with blood from my wounded thumb.The smarting of it recalled in an instant all the particulars of mynight's adventure, and I sprang to my feet with the feeling that Imight hardly yet be safe from my pursuers. But to my astonishment,when I came to look round me, neither house nor garden were to beseen. I had been lying in an angle of the hedge close by the highroad,and just a little lower down was a long building, which proved, uponmy approaching it, to be the very station at which I had arrivedupon the previous night. Were it not for the ugly wound upon myhand, all that had passed during those dreadful hours might havebeen an evil dream.
2.  "I suspect myself."
3.  "I have said, gentlemen, that I am this man's wife. He was fifty andI a foolish girl of twenty when we married. It was in a city ofRussia, a university- I will not name the place."
4.  "`From Dundee,' I answered, glancing at the postmark.
5.  "Ah, thank heaven!" His face became radiant. "The Prime Ministeris lunching with me. May he share your hopes? He has nerves ofsteel, and yet I know that he has hardly slept since this terribleevent. Jacobs, will you ask the Prime Minister to come up? As toyou, dear, I fear that this is a matter of politics. We will joinyou in a few minutes in the dining-room."
6.  "I also have a question to ask you, Sir Robert," he said in hissternest tone. "Who is this? And what is it doing here?"He turned and tore open the coffin-lid behind him. In the glare ofthe lantern I saw a body swathed in a sheet from head to foot, withdreadful, witchlike features, all nose and chin, projecting at oneend, the dim, glazed eyes staring from a discoloured and crumblingface.


1.  "If I may give an opinion," remarked the strange gentleman, "we'vehad just a little too much secrecy over this business already. Formy part, I should like all Europe and America to hear the rights ofit." He was a small, wiry, sunburnt man, clean-shaven, with a sharpface and alert manner.
2.  "The Haven is the name of Mr. Josiah Amberley's house," I explained."I think it would interest you, Holmes. It is like some penuriouspatrician who has sunk into the company of his inferiors. You knowthat particular quarter, the monotonous brick streets, the wearysuburban highways. Right in the middle of them, a little island ofancient culture and comfort, lies this old home, surrounded by ahigh sun-baked wall mottled with lichens and topped with moss, thesort of wall-"
3.  "They seem to have been of a most interesting character-dummybell-ropes, and ventilators which do not ventilate. With yourpermission, Miss Stoner, we shall now carry our researches into theinner apartment."
4.  "I'll tell you what I did first, and how I came to do itafterwards," said he. "After leaving you at the station I went for acharming walk through some admirable Surrey scenery to a pretty littlevillage called Ripley, where I had my tea at an inn and took theprecaution of filling my flask and of putting a paper of sandwiches inmy pocket. There I remained until evening, when I set off for Wokingagain and found myself in the highroad outside Briarbrae just aftersunset.
5.   "I have spent the whole day," said he, "over Lloyd's registersand files of the old papers, following the future career of everyvessel which touched at Pondicherry in January and February in'83. There were thirty-six ships of fair tonnage which werereported there during those months. Of these, one, the Lone Star,instantly attracted my attention, since, although it was reportedas having cleared from London, the name is that which is given toone of the states of the Union."
6.  "And what had you to report?"


1.  "What alternative could be conceived?" said I.
2.  "We have never found it necessary."
3.  "If it's a local villain there should not be much difficulty inrunning him down," said Holmes with a yawn. "All right, Watson, Idon't intend to meddle."
4、  "Did you ever know him ill?"
5、  I stepped to my bureau and brought out an enlarged photograph. "Thisis my method in such cases," I explained.




  • 王亢 08-07

      "Well, I kept my knowledge to myself, and waited to see what wouldcome of it When we got back to Scotland it was easily hushed up, andnobody asked any questions. A stranger died by accident and it wasnobody's business to inquire. Shortly after Peter Carey gave up thesea, and it was long years before I could find where he was. I guessedthat he had done the deed for the sake of what was in that tin box,and that he could afford now to pay me well for keeping my mouth shut."I found out where he was through a sailor man that had met him inLondon, and down I went to squeeze him. The first night he wasreasonable enough, and was ready to give me what would make me free ofthe sea for life. We were to fix it all two nights later. When I came,I found him three parts drunk and in a vile temper. We sat down and wedrank and we yarned about old times, but the more he drank the lessI liked the look on his face. I spotted that harpoon upon the wall,and I thought I might need it before I was through. Then at last hebroke out at me, spitting and cursing, with murder in his eyes and agreat clasp-knife in his hand. He had not time to get it from thesheath before I had the harpoon through him. Heavens! what a yell hegave! and his face gets between me and my sleep. I stood there, withhis blood splashing round me, and I waited for a bit, but all wasquiet, so I took heart once more. I looked round, and there was thetin box on the shelf. I had as much right to it as Peter Carey,anyhow, so I took it with me and left the hut. Like a fool I left mybaccy-pouch upon the table.

  • 陈钢 08-07

      "In that case, no doubt his family-"

  • 李巍 08-07

       "It appears that his arrest did not take place at once, but afterthe return to Hatherley Farm. On the inspector of constabularyinforming him that he was a prisoner, he remarked that he was notsurprised to hear it, and that it was no more than his deserts. Hisobservation of his had the natural effect of removing any traces ofdoubt which might have remained in the minds of the coroner's jury.""It was a confession," I ejaculated.

  • 默里·麦卡利 08-07

      "May I ask if Mr. Ian Murdoch was one of them?"

  • 郑越发 08-06

    {  "Middlesex Corps, no doubt."

  • 洪整 08-05

      "'I hope that I have said nothing to pain you?' said I."'Well, you certainly touched upon rather a tender point. Might Iask how you know, and how much you know?' He spoke now in ahalf-jesting fashion, but a look of terror still lurked at the back ofhis eyes.}

  • 曹林亦 08-05


  • 杨武 08-05

      "You remember," said he, "that some little time ago when I readyou the passage in one of Poe's sketches in which a close reasonerfollows the unspoken thoughts of his companion, you were inclined totreat the matter as a mere tour-de-force of the author. On myremarking that I was constantly in the habit of doing the same thingyou expressed incredulity."

  • 玉鹏 08-04

       "But with a child."

  • 谢晶晶 08-02

    {  "It is a very fine demonstration," he answered. "In the St.Pancras case you may remember that a cap was found beside the deadpoliceman. The accused man denies that it is his. But he is apicture-frame maker who, habitually handles glue."

  • 斯派克琼斯 08-02

      "I learned it when I had recovered my health and was examined by Mr.Edmunds, the county detective. I fear I lied to him. Perhaps itwould have been wiser had I told the truth."