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" Less than ten minutes ago, sir. There's not the slightest doubt that it emanated, from your house. I relayed the call back through the exchange immediately. Exchange assured me definitely that your number was still plugged in on the call."
Lazard fenced desperately. He needed all the help he could get from Scotland Yard, but he wasn't going to give any away. Already he could see the black clouds of hopelessness gathering thick about him.
He cleared his throat.
" I think there must be some mistake, officer," he said. "At least, as far as your mysterious friend is concerned. What I wished to inform you is that a commissionaire-or somebody wearing the uniform of a commissionaire-has been seen in this house within the last few minutes. And I cannot account for his presence in any way."
" That's very odd, isn't it ?"
" Extremely so. I didn't see him myself. But my secretary reported the matter to me only a moment or so ago. As this is the official Embassy, I thought it my duty to acquaint you of the facts."
" Quite so, sir. And I'm more than obliged to you. You say he had no business at all in the Embassy ?"
" None that I can think of. The secretary is away making inquiries about him now. He declared that he had a specially private communication to give to me ; and accordingly he was directed to my room.,

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