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THE PRIORY

and fantasy. Even the dull red brick with which the house was built seemed to add to the general air of gloominess and evil which haunted the place. At nights the tall Tudor chimneys stood silhouetted grimly against the sky, as though they were long gnarled fingers seeking to grope in the darkness of the heavens for something they were denied by the light of day. Indeed, the whole house seemed to be yearning after something, as though it lusted for it with all the longing of a hungry soul-but at the same time managed to convey the idea that what it wanted so voraciously was not nice ! This, then, was the Priory ! Goodness only knows how it ever got that name ; for among the great pile of its faintly faded records there was no evidence of its ever having been used for such a holy purpose-as a matter of fact, quite the opposite would have been more in accord with the truth ! It simply reeked of battle, murder, and sudden death!!
But what about the stranger who had bought such a place? Well, we have met him already, as he stood by the river violently turning something over in his mind. It was true, as Mr. Proctor had said, that nowadays he was a stranger in these parts. Much water had flowed down the jolly river Cam since he himself had been an undergraduate ; but he had never forgotten a certain very terrible experience he once had, when he was up at Trinity-an experience not unconnected with this very house he had now acquired by purchase. In fact that was why he wanted it now-lie knew its secret ! And that secret suited the scheme he had in mind.
He had told Mr. Rowney that he was a lonely man who, in the past, had travelled a great deal ; that he wanted (now he felt age creeping on) to settle down

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