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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

was made in a very large book. The Ambassador signed that, too, and the ritual was complete.
All that remained to do was to count over the money to him. Two hundred neat little blocks of notes for ten thousand pounds each. They were totalled up to him and the stamped number voucher was given to him. The two envoys packed the notes away in a two-handled bank-bag and locked it on to their wrists. Lazard appeared to be thoroughly bored by the whole business.
His car was waiting him at the kerb.
A blue-uniformed bobby held the door open for him.
Lazard glanced at him as he entered, and he turned deathly white.
" The Embassy, sir ?" asked the chauffeur.
" Yes, quickly," said Lazard faintly.
The chauffeur saluted and let in the clutch. Lazard sat down heavily on the back seat, and the car sped smoothly away. Its load on that journey was probably unique in its history. On the back seat was a great Ambassador, white and agitated, breathing deeply through parted lips, heading to his own sensational downfall as fast as the wheels revolved ; on the front seat, two million pounds of good British money, the crux and prize of one of the most barefaced, gigantic swindles ever perpetrated on a State department, handcuffed securely to the wrists of two phlegmatic-looking envoys; who neither spoke the language nor evinced the meanest interest in the proceedings.

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