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CHAPTER XVI - THE NEXT-DOOR NEIGHBOUR

Gerry looked at him very disappointedly.
" Well, I really thought we had a chance of some sort," he said. " But we'll keep this deception up. I won't be seen for a few days, and meanwhile nothing shall be made public. Whoever is behind this, will believe that the affair is being kept quiet because of the scandal." He paused a moment. " I've been thinking the position over," he went on. " There are one or two things worth noting about our enemy. First and foremost, the note definitely connects the affair at Elswick with the robbery at Sir Robert Gill's because the writer knows about them both-though they have been kept secret. Then it reveals that the same mind is behind the gang-for you remember Henrotin and Taylor were working under orders received through the gang and the mysterious Seventyseven. And lastly it shows that he does not realise we know of the existence of the gang itself or its headquarters in Bottle Bank. These are very important facts. I wonder if the next day or so will reveal anything ? "
" You have kept the note and the bottle of poison ?" asked Brewer.
" Rather," said Gerry. " It's a corker, isn't it," he asked, looking at the note. " My writing to a` T' and our notepaper too ! "
" That notepaper itself is worth something as a clue," said Brewer. " It can only have been acquired in one of three ways, as you can see by the ` die' it is printed from." He had been comparing it with another piece which Gerry had handed him. He was studying it carefully through a strong glass. " Same die, same ink," he finished.
" And your three ideas ? " queried Gerry.
" Either from the printer or an employee, or from this house," he said. " If the former, then he must be traceable. But then, if he could be traced so easily

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