A STUDY IN SCARLET 1-1-7

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【英文タイピング】緋色の研究 1-1-7
アーサー・コナン・ドイル作『緋色の研究』より、第1部 第1章「シャーロックホームズという人物」part 7

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(and Lefevre of Montpellier, and Samson of New Orleans. I could name a score of cases in which it would have)

and Lefevre of Montpellier, and Samson of New Orleans. I could name a score of cases in which it would have

(been decisive." "You seem to be a walking calendar of crime," said Stamford with a laugh. "You might start)

been decisive." "You seem to be a walking calendar of crime," said Stamford with a laugh. "You might start

(a paper on those lines. Call it the 'Police News of the Past.'" "Very interesting reading it might be made,)

a paper on those lines. Call it the 'Police News of the Past.'" "Very interesting reading it might be made,

(too," remarked Sherlock Holmes, sticking a small piece of plaster over the prick on his finger. "I have to)

too," remarked Sherlock Holmes, sticking a small piece of plaster over the prick on his finger. "I have to

(be careful," he continued, turning to me with a smile, "for I dabble with poisons a good deal." He held out)

be careful," he continued, turning to me with a smile, "for I dabble with poisons a good deal." He held out

(his hand as he spoke, and I noticed that it was all mottled over with similar pieces of plaster, and)

his hand as he spoke, and I noticed that it was all mottled over with similar pieces of plaster, and

(discoloured with strong acids. "We came here on business," said Stamford, sitting down on a high)

discoloured with strong acids. "We came here on business," said Stamford, sitting down on a high

(three-legged stool, and pushing another one in my direction with his foot. "My friend here wants to take)

three-legged stool, and pushing another one in my direction with his foot. "My friend here wants to take

(diggings, and as you were complaining that you could get no one to go halves with you, I thought that I had)

diggings, and as you were complaining that you could get no one to go halves with you, I thought that I had

(better bring you together." Sherlock Holmes seemed delighted at the idea of sharing his rooms with me.)

better bring you together." Sherlock Holmes seemed delighted at the idea of sharing his rooms with me.

("I have my eye on a suite in Baker Street," he said, "which would suit us down to the ground. You don't mind)

"I have my eye on a suite in Baker Street," he said, "which would suit us down to the ground. You don't mind

(the smell of strong tobacco, I hope?" "I always smoke 'ship's' myself," I answered. "That's good enough.)

the smell of strong tobacco, I hope?" "I always smoke 'ship's' myself," I answered. "That's good enough.

(I generally have chemicals about, and occasionally do experiments. Would that annoy you?")

I generally have chemicals about, and occasionally do experiments. Would that annoy you?"

("By no means." "Let me see-what are my other shortcomings. I get in the dumps at times, and don't open my)

"By no means." "Let me see-what are my other shortcomings. I get in the dumps at times, and don't open my

(mouth for days on end. You must not think I am sulky when I do that. Just let me alone, and I'll soon be)

mouth for days on end. You must not think I am sulky when I do that. Just let me alone, and I'll soon be

(right. What have you to confess now? It's just as well for two fellows to know the worst of one another)

right. What have you to confess now? It's just as well for two fellows to know the worst of one another

(before they begin to live together." I laughed at this cross-examination. "I keep a bull pup," I said,)

before they begin to live together." I laughed at this cross-examination. "I keep a bull pup," I said,

("and I object to rows because my nerves are shaken, and I get up at all sorts of ungodly hours, and I am)

"and I object to rows because my nerves are shaken, and I get up at all sorts of ungodly hours, and I am

(extremely lazy. I have another set of vices when I'm well, but those are the principal ones at present.")

extremely lazy. I have another set of vices when I'm well, but those are the principal ones at present."

("Do you include violin-playing in your category of rows?" he asked, anxiously. "It depends on the player,")

"Do you include violin-playing in your category of rows?" he asked, anxiously. "It depends on the player,"

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