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" I'll see you damned first Lazard, white with fury, had just arrived at the inner trend of Dain's meaning.
" You'll see yourself damned if you don't," Dain assured him. " Pick up that pen and do as you're told-or Intimation No. 36 goes to Scotland Yard to-night ! I've enough evidence already to put you in gaol for ten years, but it isn't verified. It's all circumstantial. Write out that confession and I'll have you down under my thumb. I'm giving you a chance that I haven't extended to any other criminal in London. Not because I think any better of you than I do of them-please don't think that for one moment-but purely from political considerations. Your arrest just now and a complete public chronicle of your corruption would create international complications which I am quite sure both our Governments would gladly avoid, if possible. Now, right from the very beginning, please."
Count Lazard replaced the cap of his fountainpen and deliberately put the pen back on the bench.
" Not for you-or for any man on earth !" he said bluntly. " There isn't a tittle of evidence in existence against me. To hell with you, Mr. Dain!"

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