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CHAPTER VI - A VISIT TO BOULOGNE

to please her. And finally we were bidden to give up our secret formula of death."
The man who held the emerald shivered slightly at this-and he was not a squeamish man as a rule.
" What do you mean ?" he asked rather nervously.
" It is a drug," said the old man slowly. " One of the great secrets of the dying world. It has the curious property of being able to render a man dead, to all outward appearances, for as long as is desired-all you do is to vary the amount administered. But it is absolutely beyond detection. The very cleverest of scientists or doctors, even to-day, cannot detect it or understand it. The subject inoculated is dead to all intents and purposes. The pulses stop and the heart ceases to beat-while the muscles tighten as in rigor mortis. But the wonderful thing is that as soon as the time is up, all the effects at once fade away, and the subject is once more himself, with no evil consequences to follow. But one has to use it very carefully-the tiniest drop too much and real death occurs. It is a wonderful drug-and a tremendous ally in the hands of one who like yourself has a great object to gain."
The man who was listening had been thinking this too. With this drug, things were going to be much easier in the future. He could have done with it on many occasions in the past when some poor fool had dared to cross his will. " There would be no trace of death," this man had just said !
" And you have the formula with you now? " he asked at last.
" It is here, and is yours in exchange for the stone," said the old man.
" And there is no other copy ?" demanded the man who had the emerald.
" Your Excellency-we are honest men," was the proud reply.

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