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THE PRIORY

of a sudden this foreigner comes dashing along and buys it, without so much as a murmur. The Boss is kicking himself because he didn't ask more."
" Cash down," repeated Mr. Wells thoughtfully. " No cheque to trace him by. And he never saw inside, before he bought it. It doesn't seem right to me."
" Perhaps he has seen inside," ventured the junior clerk, who loved reading `thrillers' and whose mind was rather lurid.
" Silly! " commented the blonde lady scornfully. "Why its haunted ! "
" It's only supposed to be," retorted Mr. Proctor. "Though I agree that it has a horrible reputation in this district. There's no doubt he's a stranger in these parts if he goes and buys that place-he'd have thought twice about it if he knew all we know!"
" P'raps he does know ; and p'raps that's why he's bought it," was the bright idea of the mystery-seeking junior.
" I think you are all talking utter rubbish," said Mr. Wells. " Besides, there are no such things as ghosts. No one believes in them these days."
" I do," was the definite assurance of the typist. "Eveyyone says the place is haunted. And besides -why did he want to go and buy that old barn of a place at "
" 'Everyone says'," interrupted Mr. Wells disgustedly. "You young women know far too much about things that don't concern you ; and not enough about things that do ! What business is it of yours if the gentleman buys the Priory, and any other old place he wants, as well ! Now get on with your work. You've wasted enough time as it is."
This was hardly fair, seeing that he had taken his full share of the conversation. But, at that moment,

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