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CHAPTER XXXII - A HORRIBLE PLAN

He put the receiver down and seized another glass of wine.
" What a fool that man is," he muttered to himself.
The others were astounded at the way he spoke to the Emperor-who they thought of as something closely akin to Deity. But mostly they were amazed at the trend of the conversation. What was this great blow he was going to strike? As if to answer their thoughts, the masterful man walked over to the window (they had returned to the other room by this time) and peeped through the curtain.
In a few moments it will be quite dark," he said. " And at ten o'clock sharp, a ship laden with a deck cargo of timber will enter the river-mouth. She is one of our special auxiliaries, carefully designed for the purpose-behind the stacks of timber are naval armourpiercing guns. At a signal from me they will unload five hundred Marines and make for the pier and a strip of beach down below this house. Their duty is to hold the Tyne Defences.
I have other men waiting in hiding for the same signal-which is a rocket placed in a top room of this house-and they will slip in and overpower the coastguard here-seize all telephones and take possession of the four lighthouses about this part of the coast."
But what can one ship do ?" asked one of the men when he recovered from his amazement.
" There is not only one ship," was the reply. " There is a flotilla of swift destyoyers already cruising rapidly in this direction ! They were left behind when the Grand Fleet was recalled from Manoeuvres in the north. Now they are supposed to be trying to catch them up. At a certain prearranged time they will all turn in this direction-steam up the river and take possession. Their presence will paralyse the nerve-centre of the north-for all the shipyards and guns and coal are here, as you already are aware-and they will cut

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