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And how long did he wait after the others?

Except from Fran?ois. If either Boirac or Felix did it, Fran?ois must have been in it, too, and that doesnt strike me as likely.

I locked it myself. I locked it myself, he kept on repeating. It was there at eight oclock, and who could get at it since then? Why, no one but myself knew about it. How could any one else have known?

M. Lefarge did so, and spoke for the first time.

But I am afraid you are making a mistake there, said M. Thomas; the cask went by Havre. All our stuff does.

Constable Walker took another look at the reddish-brown paint. Curiously patchy it looked. Some parts were fresh and more or less glossy, others dull and drab. And then his excitement rose again to fever heat. He knew what that meant.

There was next the question of the yard gate. This opened inwards in two halves, and was fastened by a wooden beam hinged through the centre to the edge of one of the half gates. When it was turned vertically the gates were free, but when horizontally it engaged with brackets, one on each half gate, thus holding them closed. It could be fastened by a padlock, but none was fitted. The gate now stood closed and with the beam lying in the brackets.

Well, you know, I shouldnt be at all surprised if that was the actual fact. Ive thought over it a good deal, and the more I think the more I begin to doubt those things that were found at St. Malo. That letter from Emmie, the marks on the blotting paper, and the diamond pin, they all strike me as being a little too conclusive to be natural. Their very comprehensiveness suggests selection. Then typewritten letters any one can produce. No, I shouldnt wonder if youre on the right track.

His home address, then?

Youre very quick, Mr. Felix. Of course its your handwriting I want also. But I assure you its only routine. Now please, think. Is there any one else?

The office was the headquarters of the Insular and Continental Steam Navigation Company, colloquially known as the I. and C., and occupied the second floor of a large block of buildings at the western end of Fenchurch Street. The Company was an important concern, and owned a fleet of some thirty steamers ranging from 300 to 1000 tons burden, which traded between London and the smaller Continental ports. Low freights was their specialty, but they did not drive their boats, and no attempt was made to compete with the more expensive routes in the matter of speed. Under these circumstances they did a large trade in all kinds of goods other than perishables.

Well, dont let us lose any time. He threw a London directory down before Broughton. Just look up this Felix, will you, while I make some arrangements.

Next day he made his report to M. Chauvet at the S?ret.