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"That knocks our theory on the head concerning the letters," was Bunny's disgusted comment.
But they all voted for an early visit to the Priory.
Lord d'Harlecourt could not get the events of the afternoon out of his mind. That strange man ... yet was he strange? Was he not rather more `unusual' than strange? He was very interesting, without a doubt. Quite cultured-quite aristocratic-almost an autocrat ! But he was quite certain he had met him somewhere before. ... Then this business of the stolen letters ... following on the appointment of a new servant. Could there be a connection? Surely not, he decided. No man would be such a fool as to draw suspicion on himself by robbing his employer a few hours after he had been appointed-unless there were need for haste! . .. Oh ! but it was all too foolish. ... They would have to look somewhere else for a clue. So he put it out of his mind for the present-Royston would deal with all that !
Which just showed how really clever Ivan's scheme had been, after all!

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