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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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" Fine!" said Dain. "And, oh ! I'm just leaving my office. Send it round by District Messenger, will you? Tell him I will meet him in Whitehall, by the Horse Guards. How much is it? I may keep it for a day or two."
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" I'll pay the boy then when he brings it."
Dain rang off and strolled quietly up Whitehall. It was fairly dark then, and he got through without any trouble.
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" Not a bit, sir," said the driver, grinning back.
Half an hour later a commissionaire got out and paid the taxi off. A fine, upstanding figure he was with his shiny black knapsack and his neat black moustache.
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