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THE IDENTITY PROBLEM

hotel, and my identity would probably have been discovered ; and it was necessary I should go to that house. At the top of St James's Street I found that Sir Charles was after me. But I had taken a precaution. A friend of mine was stationed in Oxford Street, masquerading as a vender of penny plush monkeys ; I found him and we went through a little eccentric pantomime together that had been prearranged. As had been expected, Sir Charles stopped to make inquiries from him. And while that was happening I made my escape.'
' One moment,' said Sir Charles. ' How on earth did he know who I was? You never spoke to him ? '
' No, I never spoke. And he did not know who you were. He did not know that you were Sir Charles Bunford, and does not know it now. He knew that he could address you as Sir Charles, and he knew that from the fact that I stuck the monkey in his hat. It was a prearranged code. If Major Byles

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