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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I'll tell you, Watson. He is the king of all the blackmailers.Heaven help the man, and still more the woman, whose secret andreputation come into the power of Milverton! With a smiling face and aheart of marble, he will squeeze and squeeze until he has drained themdry. The fellow is a genius in his way, and would have made his markin some more savoury trade. His method is as follows: He allows itto be known that he is prepared to pay very high sums for letterswhich compromise people of wealth and position. He receives thesewares not only from treacherous valets or maids, but frequently fromgenteel ruffians, who have gained the confidence and affection oftrusting women. He deals with no niggard hand. I happen to know thathe paid seven hundred pounds to a footman for a note two lines inlength, and that the ruin of a noble family was the result. Everythingwhich is in the market goes to Milverton, and there are hundreds inthis great city who turn white at his name. No one knows where hisgrip may fall, for he is far too rich and far too cunning to work fromhand to mouth. He will hold a card back for years in order to playit at the moment when the stake is best worth winning. I have saidthat he is the worst man in London, and I would ask you how couldone compare the ruffian, who in hot blood bludgeons his mate, withthis man, who methodically and at his leisure tortures the soul andwrings the nerves in order to add to his already swollen money-bags?"I had seldom heard my friend speak with such intensity of feeling."But surely," said I, "the fellow must be within the grasp of thelaw?"
2.  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
3.  "You are surely joking, Mr. Sherlock Holmes. You compel me to tellyou that this is too serious a matter to be treated in such afashion."
4.  "You will understand, Mrs. Merrilow, that if I come to Mrs. Ronder Ishould prefer to have a witness. You will make her understand thatbefore we arrive."
5.  "I have forged and tested every link of my chain, Professor Coram,and I am sure that it is sound. What your motives are, or what exactpart you play in this strange business, I am not yet able to say. In afew minutes I shall probably hear it from your own lips. Meanwhile Iwill reconstruct what is past for your benefit, so that you may knowthe information which I still require.
6.  "By all means."


1.  "'Have you any suggestion to make?' I asked.
2.  "No, sir, we could find no pipe. Indeed, he smoked very little,and yet he might have kept some tobacco for his friends.""No doubt. I only mention it because, if I had been handling thecase, I should have been inclined to make that the starting-point ofmy investigation. However, my friend, Dr. Watson, knows nothing ofthis matter, and I should be none the worse for hearing the sequenceof events once more. Just give us some short sketches of theessentials."
3.  Dr. Leslie Armstrong sprang up from behind his desk, and his darkface was crimson with fury.
4.  "You could not distinguish."
5.  "I cannot see how such a message as this could inspire horror. Itseems to me to be rather grotesque than otherwise."
6.  "I bowed, feeling as flattered as any young man would at such anaddress. 'May I ask who it was who gave me so good a character?'"'Well, perhaps it is better that I should not tell you that just atthis moment. I have it from the same source that you are both anorphan and a bachelor and are residing alone in London.'"'That is quite correct,' I answered; 'but you will excuse me if Isay that I cannot see how all this bears upon my professionalqualifications. I understand that it was on a professional matter thatyou wished to speak to me?'


1.  "But why not eat?"
2.  We had reached the same crowded thoroughfare in which we hadfound ourselves in the morning. Our cabs were dismissed, and,following the guidance of Mr. Merryweather, we passed down anarrow passage and through a side door, which he opened for us.Within there was a small corridor, which ended in a very massiveiron gate. This also was opened, and led down a flight of windingstone steps, which terminated at another formidable gate. Mr.Merryweather stopped to light a lantern, and then conducted usdown a dark, earth-smelling passage, and so, after opening a thirddoor, into a huge vault or cellar, which was piled all round withcrates and massive boxes.
3.  "Exactly. We could not explain the absence of a ticket. This wouldexplain it. Everything fits together."
4.  "Where did you get it?" he groaned. "I did not know. I thought I hadlost it at the hotel."
5.   "Exactly. But he received it on that day?"
6.  "Let us get to the open window. We will nab him as he climbs out,"Lestrade whispered.


1.  "It is nearly half a mile, but there is no hurry. Let us walk," saidhe. "Don't drop the instruments, I beg. Your arrest as a suspiciouscharacter would be a most unfortunate complication."
2.  "Exactly so. But I am now sleeping in the middle one."
3.  "What time was the funeral? Eight, was it not?" he asked eagerly."Well, it is 7:30 now. Good heavens, Watson, what has become of anybrains that God has given me? Quick, man, quick! It's life or death- ahundred chances on death to one on life. I'll never forgive myself,never, if we are too late!"
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、  "No, no, nothing of the kind. It is perhaps the best possiblesolution. I trust Mr. Holder, that you are nearing the end of yourtroubles."




  • 西蒙·杨 08-10

      "Mrs. Porter had gone to bed, so I let himself out. I shut thehall door behind me. The window of the room in which they sat wasclosed, but the blind was not drawn down. There was no change indoor or window this morning, nor any reason to think that any strangerhad been to the house. Yet there they sat, driven clean mad withterror, and Brenda lying dead of fright, with her head hanging overthe arm of the chair. I'll never get the sight of that room out ofmy mind so long as I live."

  • 季育奇 08-10

      "I am a bit of an archaeologist myself when it comes to houses,"said Holmes, laughing. "I was wondering if this was Queen Anne orGeorgian."

  • 高阳氏 08-10

       "Yes, yes, I am Mr. Nathan Garrideb. Is Mr. Holmes there? I shouldvery much like to have a word with Mr. Holmes."

  • 陈白 08-10

      "What the devil do you mean? Once again I ask you, where is yourwarrant?" shouted the furious Peters, his big red face glaring overthe farther end of the coffin.

  • 韩非子 08-09

    {  "Among your clothes?"

  • 李泽昌 08-08

      "Your last remark," said Holmes presently, "as to the possibility ofthere being an understanding between the burglar and the servant,and this being a note of appointment from one to the other, is aningenious and not entirely impossible supposition. But this writingopens up-" He sank his head into his hands again and remained for someminutes in the deepest thought. When he raised his face again I wassurprised to see that his cheek was tinged with colour, and his eyesas bright as before his illness. He sprang to his feet with all hisold energy.}

  • 朱丽安娜 08-08

      "Well, Mr. Holmes, have you solved this mystery yet?" He shovedthe large tin of cigarettes which stood on a table beside himtowards my companion. Holmes stretched out his hand at the samemoment, and between them they tipped the box over the edge. For aminute or two we were all on our knees retrieving stray cigarettesfrom impossible places. When we rose again, I observed Holmes's eyeswere shining and his cheeks tinged with colour. Only at a crisishave I seen those battle-signals flying.

  • 薛理泰 08-08

      "No violence, Billy. Don't be rough with him. If you tell him thatCount Sylvius wants him he will certainly come."

  • 蒋浩 08-07

       "`Oh yes.'

  • 贺万生 08-05

    {  "I have been ordained," cried the old rascal.

  • 杨琴胡 08-05

      My companion seemed to have no further plans for the day, and we didactually use our fishing tackle in the mill-stream, with the resultthat we had a dish of trout for our supper. It was only after thatmeal that Holmes showed signs of renewed activity. Once more wefound ourselves upon the same road as in the morning, which led usto the park gates. A tall, dark figure was awaiting us there, whoproved to be our London acquaintance, Mr. John Mason, the trainer."Good-evening, gentlemen," said he. "I got your note, Mr. Holmes.Sir Robert has not returned yet, but I hear that he is expectedto-night."