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CHAPTER II
THE PRIORY

A FEW months before the events recorded in the last chapter, there was quite a little excitement, one afternoon, in the office of Messrs. Rowney and Park, the house agents in Trumpington Street. The cause was not far to seek-the Priory had just been sold.
" And he seems a queer sort of fish who's bought it," was the opinion, later, of the young clerk who had assisted in the sale. He was describing the transaction to a very interested audience composed of the rest of the"office staff. "Foreign, I should say."
" Oh, yeally, Mr. Proctor !" said a blonde young lady at the typewriter. " I thought he was most distinguished looking. His beard made him seem so very aristocratic-just like pictures of the Tsar of Russia."
This announcement brought a general burst of merriment from the rest of the staff ; and the embarrassed lady retired behind her machine to repair the loss to her self respect with the aid of a powder puff.
" It must be nearly twenty years since anyone has lived at the Priory," said an elderly man whose desk was drawn apart in a corner by itself. "Not, in fact, since the horrible murder that was committed there."
" Oh, do tell us about it, Mr. Wells," came the general cry.
" Well, it happened during the time I was office boy here. I remember it very well. There was some foreign prince or something connected with it, and it

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