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CHAPTER IX

" But don't forget the night hag locks up pupil room when she arrives at ten o'clock," said Peter.
" I know, the night hag's a bore. And she sits in the library when she's not padding round the passages in search of sin. We can't climb in there either. That's where my fire escape comes in."
" I haven't got to climb up that bloody fire escape, have I, Oliver ? "
" I'm afraid so. It's easy ; sure. Before supper I'll fasten the rope under my curtain, so that it can't be seen from inside."
" And either m'dame or m'tutor will come round and find we're not in our rooms, if we go out directly after supper. You're a genius, Oliver."
" Damn, I'd forgotten that."
" We'll have to wait till they've been round," said Denis.
" Yes, and then you can all creep along to my room and down the rope we go. It's perfectly simple. There are pegs for your feet and the rope can't be seen from the street, as my window is in an angle. We land in the drive."
" By God, it will be the hell of a rag," said Denis.
" Can anyone in the house see the rope hanging there, Oliver ? "
" I don't think so. No, I'm sure they can't. Say, boys, are you on ? "
" What time shall I tell my sister to be there ? " said Peter.
" Ten o'clock. Better say along the Slough road, just beyond Lyons's house. It's safer than going right through Windsor."
" What time shall we get back ?" said Denis. Already he felt a slight chill in the stomach, not entirely due to his digestion of the bridge rolls.
" Devil's Island goes on till after one, I believe," said Oliver. " The later we get back the safer."
" So long as no one sees your rope, Oliver."
" Impossible."
" By God, I'm looking forward to it," said Denis.

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