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between him and the bank. He made a quick gesture to his envoys and climbed out.
Together the three of them finished the journey on foot with a man in blue uniform ten yards behind them all the way.
Lazard gave his name at the doors and was ushered straight through to a solidly furnished private office. A high official received him, bowed, and assured him that everything was in perfect readiness for conveyance.
The Ambassador nodded perfunctorily and took out a gold fountain-pen.
" Is the guard here ?" he asked.
" Five plain-clothes men, sir. They will escort you back to the Embassy. This money crosses the Channel in the morning, does it not?"
The Ambassador looked shrewdly round the office.
" You have a telephone in this room," he said quietly. " I prefer not to answer that question ; it has been demonstrated to me that even telephones have ears."
The official smiled and rubbed his hands gently. Well, well, well. All these great people had their own little idiosyncrasies.
The actual conveyance was a very simple matter.
Lazard signed a few documents and the official signed a few more. Some important-looking stamps were produced, stuck on to various parchments and cancelled with a few more signatures. A little entry

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