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Mr Haliburton-Spratt shuffled his feet a trifle uneasily, and Hughie continued.
" You seem to be suffering from an aggravated attack of the prevailing impression that Miss Gaymer is an heiress. Her fortune has been variously estimated by tea-table experts at anything from forty to a hundred thousand pounds. I will now tell you what it really is. Get off the table : I want to open that dispatch-box."
Mr Haliburton, conscious of a slight sinking sensation just below the second button of his waistcoat, moved as requested, and Hughie took out of the box a bank-book and a bulky letter.
" When I came home from abroad," he said, " I found this letter awaiting me. It is from my uncle. The following passage will interest you: `... I have realised practically all my personal estate, and have placed the cash to your

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