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light. The name was known to him, also the fact that this unexpected passenger would not have to worry about passport considerations.
" Oh yes, sir," he said quickly. " Go on board, will you, please ? Your passage isn't booked, is it ?"
" No. That is why I wish to see the captain."
" One of the deck hands will take you along to him. Captain Mason, sir. His cabin is right aft."
Lazard went on board, and in a few minutes he was in the captain's cabin, explaining matters to one of the most courtly gentlemen of the sea he had ever met.
" I think you know me, Captain Mason," he said. " And I'm presuming that you know a very large loan was negotiated to-day in my country's name ?"
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" Yes, sir," he said quietly. " I certainly knew that Parliament had sanctioned a loan some weeks ago. I had had no intimation, however, that you proposed travelling by this line."
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