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HOW THE RING GOT THERE

the shadows of the ancient machinery and become invisible.
The newcomer evidently did not anticipate the surprise which awaited him. He slipped the key into the great studded door, quite confidently. It took him a few moments to become accustomed to the gloom. Then, all at once, his eyes focused themselves on the body of the young man. For a few seconds he stood almost petrified with fear. Then he gave a great cry and rushed over to the huddled heap of humanity lying there so pitifully. He stooped down anxiously and slipped his hand inside the coat to feel the heart ; then he sat back on his feet with a puzzled look on his face. The heart was beating strongly and regularly. What, then, was wrong? and what-yes ! what was the cause of it? He was afraid. There were things happening just now that he could not understand. They seemed to have begun on the day after they had brought this young man here to the mill ; when, in some inexplicable way he completely lost his memory! This had forced him to make some rapid changes in his calculations. If the boy did not recover from this strange forgetfulness soon, it was going to be a fearful blow to all his scheming. In some ways, perhaps, it might have been more suitable to his plans ; but in such a case, there would always be the danger of a possible return of memory-and then the fat would be in the fire ! No ! he knew that all he could do, just now, was to wait-and hope for the best. Then the arrival of Royston and the whole business concerning the murder of the Baron's young charge (oh, yes! he knew it was `murder') thoroughly unnerved him. He was not so sure of himself as he had been. He knew that the whole business, clever as it had been, had nearly ruined his plans by drawing

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