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up his old position, but, stepping back into the nave, he turned again to the right. I saw him dip through the little southwest postern. I followed-why I did, when I could have escaped, I am not sure. Probably what really moved me to go after him was that in the opposite direction I caught sight of the verger shuffling down the nave, obviously on his way to clear us out and lock the western doors. I certainly was not sure that this organist could give me any information I should have accepted as information, but perhaps I felt a vague intuition that if he were keen enough on his subject, and indifferent enough to his audience to follow the one and leave the other, the other might as well follow. By the time I had put myself through the double swing doors, he was going right once more, and so had reached the big western porch and the outer side of the main door.
" The sun is just right," he remarked, hardly turning, as though he was sure -I would be at his heels. "You cannot actually see it at any other hour of the day:"
" It," I presumed, from the line of his attention, was something on what looked like a bare slab of stone on the porch's north side, one of a series which made a plain surface between two belts of decoration. The stone, naturally, was considerably weathered, which may excuse me for missing any clue for a moment. Then, sure enough, under the sharp contrast of light and shade made by the level sun's ray cast obliquely on the stone, I could see that he was pointing out something-some sort of scrawl, perhaps a rude design, perhaps graffiti.
" All three," he remarked, "are ultimately needed, as three notes are required to make a chord. But, nevertheless, each

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