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CHAPTER XXIX - REVELATIONS

far ahead. He had just struck the first real blow in a series of tragedies he had prepared-and this would lead up to the crowning horror of all.
He gazed after his departing guest. It was his custom never to show a light here, because the walls were full of holes, and the light might show. The visitor was near the foot now-suddenly there was a cry and a scrambling sound-then a horrible splash !
The Emperor's equerry had fallen down the trapdoor and was being swept away to the oily treacherous river.
And he had the all-important plans grasped fiymly under his arm !

Brewer had the honour of breakfasting with John Royston the morning after the foregoing night. Royston, on his return from Tynemouth, had thought it best for many reasons to move into an hotel straight away. It was a very late breakfast indeed, for he had been working on an extremely vital dispatch from London till very late the night before, and Brewer had been out all night.
They both seemed in good spirits. And certainly the things that had happened were almost too wonderful to believe.
" Well now, Brewer, get on with your tale," Royston laughed happily. He had just finished telling the man from Scotland Yard all about his secret message from H.Q. : that they had reason to believe Germany had a hidden place somewhere on Tyneside which was to be used as a centre if ever war was declared, and where secret plans and orders were lying all drawn up ready for the signal. At the given moment it seemed that all German reservists would hasten to their different rendezvous, ready for anything that might happen.

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