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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

presented to the bank for payment long since ; and on the morrow, Saturday, they fell due for payment. Lazard's case was more than urgent. It was critical.
The suggestion had been made, and the British Government had approved, that the loan should go over in Bank of England notes of the denomination of one hundred pounds. Twenty thousand of them : yet a man could carry them comfortably in a suitcase.
Dain realised, with a grim smile, that there was every excuse for Lazard's panicky anxiety. His position had suddenly become desperate, acute. On Saturday, twenty thousand hundred-pound notes would be removed from the Threadneedle vaults and packed ready for Lazard's acceptance. And if he defaulted, or could give no adequate explanation of his inability to take up the loan, the fat would be in the fire with a vengeance. For when a great State department moves in its official capacity, the arrangements are expected to work with clocklike smoothness. And failure to attend results in very nasty inquiries.
Whichever way it was viewed, Lazard could not avoid the issue. He would have to be there at the bank with his official courier and envoys-or face the music. And that music showed every possibility of turning itself into a particularly horrifying tune. With the Treasury officials on one side and Valmon Dain on the other, he was caught between two ferocious fires.

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