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CHAPTER XXXIII - THE CLIMAX

AND now for the ship-it is just ten o'clock. Yes ! There she is-up to time!" He
pulled the curtain back so that they could see the cargo-boat nosing her way through the moonlit night-her lights arranged so that she was easily distinguishable.
The fanatic who held the curtain back, sighed gently. After all, there had been a certain amount of risk. Had anyone thought the ship looked suspicious there certainly would have been trouble. Even as he looked, he could see another set of lights gradually becoming more and more distinct, indicating that another ship was close behind, and his heart beat slightly faster for a second or two-was she being followed after all ? Had one Qf those long, lean, grey destroyers detached herself from the British Grand Fleet and got on the trail, like a terrier after a rat ? But no ! That was absurd ! It was only another ship passing up the river on its legitimate business. So everything was ready. ... All that they waited now, was the time to come when the poor demented Russian should blow the British Fleet to smithereens.
" How is the lieutenant going to smuggle this fellow inside the castle ? " asked one of the men standing by.
" He has the password for the day and a set of keys," was the surprising reply. " Madame Kenton is one of our people. She was sent here from Malta over

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