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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

nection with that great scheme were lying there handy to his touch.
He quickly scrutinised sheaf after sheaf. Many of them were in French, a few in Italian, but most of them were in English. From the English ones, Dain began to get a glimmering of the root idea of Lazard's machinations.
Dain went over the documents with quick, steady fingers, picking up more and more of the fabric of the swindle with each successive sheet he scanned.
The full significance of the undertaking burst upon him with a sudden flash when he arrived at copies of letters which had passed between Lazard and his confederates in Vienna and Berlin. Those letters were written in the initial stages, and explained a great deal more than could be gathered from the references in later correspondence. They gave him a comprehensive grip of the whole affair.
The thing had come to a head. All that was left to do was to draw the actual money from the bank, and for Count Lazard to stall off any further developments until his confederates had had time to get away with their share of the loot.
The papers showed that the sum of no less than two million pounds was ultimately involved, of which nearly a half would remain tangled up in Lazard's own fingers.
It was a State loan to a foreign protectorate, and the whole of the negotiations had gone through on the authoritative basis of an Embassy transaction. The securities advanced, while appearing

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