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"Yes, my lord," replied the man soberly. "It is not very far after crossing the bridge at Silver Street."
As they set off on the journey he found himself wondering where the house could be. He had a fairly good knowledge of all the big places about the 'Varsity, but he could not remember the name of this house at all. There had not been a`Priory' in his time.
They soon came upon the walls of the house he had once known so well. In an absent way he viewed with stern disapproval the double fence-though he was completely ignorant of its deadly possibilities. He well remembered the house so cleverly hidden now by shrubs and ornamental fencing. He shuddered as he thought of it.
He would never forget it-and that horrible affair connected with it. As he was struggling to thrust out of his mind the memories this place stirred up, he found to his horror that his chauffeur had swung the car around under the great iron gateway, and was even now going up the drive. In a moment of almost physical sickness he realised that this was none other than the place he had promised to visit. ... But since when had it been called the Priory? .. . And who was the strange owner of it ?
It was evident, he had been expected ; for he had not been too absorbed to notice that the heavy gates had swung open as his car approached, and clanged-to behind them. It was a foolish thought-he knew that no one knew he was coming ; or that he was even in Cambridge, for that matter. Yet it made him a bit uneasy. He had sworn never to cross the threshold of this house again ; and now, here he was, actually on his way to visit it ! But as he looked out over the gardens, he saw nothing to alarm him there. The whole place was a blaze of colour. The borders at

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