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A DEAD BODY

silence was uncanny-it suggested all sorts of horrible things. Bunny's anxiety seemed to be shared by his friend, for Ajax kept looking eagerly up at the mill windows in search of a sign of some sort. They were not prepared for the result however, when it did come. . . .
The sergeant came out at last, and his face was as black as thunder. They looked at him in surprise as they hurried to his side when he signed to them. What on earth could have happened to make him like this?
" I'm rather surprised at gentlemen like you," he began ominously.
" What's the matter," they cried together.
" You know very well what's the matter," he replied furiously. "There's no body there!"
" No body there," gasped Bunny. "But we both saw it ! "
" And felt the heart-and he was dead," added Ajax.
" Come in, then, and see for yourselves," was the sour answer.
They hurried in to the mill, and sought the place where they had left the body. It was nowhere to be seen !
They were astounded. The man had been dead as a door nail !
" Someone has been here and taken him away," said Ajax.
But the sergeant made no reply. He looked unutterable things at them. He had suffered much at the hands of undergraduates before ; but he considered that these two friends of Royston had taken an unfair advantage of him. He left without even saying 'good-day!'

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