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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

as The Man They Couldn't Arrest. The story of his first escape came out simultaneously with his Piccadilly exploit and cemented the cognomen.
And while all London was chuckling, Delbury was ramping. He called off the Underground barrage and concentrated it on Kingsway.
" Anyway," he said savagely, " the man is out of his hole. He's abroad in the London streets. And he can't get back ! I'll get him to-night if I have to pack every policeman in London into Kingsway. Sooner or later he's got to make the attempt to get back to his hole. And the moment he steps foot in Kingsway he's done for i"
Then he turned to Shaughnessy. " Mick," he said, "get me the car. I'm going to Kingsway myself!"
Shaughnessy had only just returned from a long and delicate series of investigations at the St. James's end. He had made the discreetest, yet the fullest of inquiries. All his native Irish guile and wit had been brought into play in that elegant neighbourhood.
And he had drawn blank everywhere. Not a single individual in the whole neighbourhood was able to give him the slightest hint of anything untoward in connection with the Count Lazard. So far as was known in the district he lived a life of eminent respectability.
On the way out to Kingsway he bluntly informed his superior of his bleak spell.
" Bah!" Delbury snapped. " Don't talk to me

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