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CHAPTER XXIII - TREACHERY AND TRAGEDY

activities are only indirectly concerned with the narrative, we can neglect them. There was, however, a very strong guard of local detectives at all the strategic points, and Sir Robert Gill's house was one of the places they were protecting. True to his promise to Gerry, Sir Robert now left his plans of the great battleship in the strong-room at Elswick. It was quite certain now, with all this danger about, that they were not safe anywhere else. Then, in the same mysterious way that had ended in finding himself one night with Gerry Dalton in the secret room in Eldon Square waiting for the Master, Brewer once again received strange instructions from his alert young chief. It was two days after the attempt to regain the stolen plans by the Man with the Twisted Face, and the shooting of Seventy-seven.
" But when do you expect this to happen ?" Brewer asked, amazed.
" I'm not sure," answered Gerry. " But it will be soon. I'm only afraid that they will do some harm to Sir Robert when they find that he has not got the plans at home."
" The guard is doubled at Elswick," answered Brewer. " It is an impossibility for them to get in there."
" That devil will get in anywhere he wants to," growled Gerry. " Anyhow, meet me here about eleven to-night, and we will take a look around things ourselves."
Gerry had a very busy day to get through, and when half-past ten came that evening, he was glad to think that he had a clear half-hour before Brewer was due. He pulled out his pipe and slowly charged it, stretching himself meanwhile in a big padded arm-chair in his den. He wondered what the night would bring forth and was conscious of a certain inexplicable tenseness in the air.

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