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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

the proceeds of innumerable clever coups had been reduced from beautifully carved and ornamented jewellery to plain bar-gold.
That great, bricked-in melting pot, with the forced draught furnace beneath it, had seen the dissolution of the famous Rockingham plate, that beautiful collection of hammered gold which for years had been the nucleus and central attraction of the great Rockingham Collection.
All the art and beauty of the equally renowned Wellsbeck silver had melted into a mere hundredweight of seething whiteness in its superheated maw.
Only that very morning the pot had seen perfect workmanship fade and collapse out of a hundred odd pieces of gold plate, proceeds of a cleverly executed raid on awell-known Bond Street jeweller's.
And all that was left of it now was that pyramid of small gold bars stacked in a neat heap beside the caldron, hot and shimmering dully.
Tansy locked a heavy door behind him when Lyall had entered, and then turned anxiously to his chief.
" Anything wrong, guv ?" he queried. " Don't often get a visit from you in plain daylight."
" Well, that's what I came to see you about,"
said Lyall grimly. He sat down on the edge of the bench and lit a cigarette. " Anything happened since I saw you last ?" he jerked suddenly.
Tansy scratched his head.
" No, no ; not that I can think of," he said slowly. " K. rang me up this morning. He had just heard

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