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But you unexpectedly got away about eleven?

What I have to say is not easy, but, alas, I deserve that. I may tell you at once without any beating about the bushI brought you here to-night to make my confession. Yes, gentlemen, you see before you the miserable, guilty man. I killed her, gentlemen. I did it that awful night of the dinner party. And since then I have never known one moments ease. What I have suffered no living being could describe. I have been in hell ever since. I have aged more in these last few weeks than in ten years of ordinary life. And now, when to the gnawings of remorse the certainty of the result of your researches is looming before meI can bear it no longer. The suspense must end. Therefore, after much thought I have decided to make my confession.

Then for both our sakes I hope your case will not go on. Good-day, Mr. Burnley. Glad to have met you.

Thanks. I think I will.

At what hour did you reach it?

Next Thursday? Then I can only hope you will have luck. Did you write M. Felix that you had actually moved in the matter?

I thought so too, said Lefarge, but this makes it quite certain.

And then suddenly they perceived a faint odour which, in spite of their hardened nerves, turned their blood cold and set them working with ten times more furious energy at the door. It was a very slight smell of burning wood.

Wait here, whispered Burnley, when they had gone some distance, and slipped away into the dark. He found the lane, walked softly down it until he came to the little gate, slipped inside and came up to Constable Walker standing behind his tree.

Secondly, there was Felixs account of his actions in London. Of the truth of this the Inspector had already received considerable independent testimony. He reviewed the chain of events and was surprised to find how few statements of Felix were unsupported. His first visit to the Bullfinch had been described in almost similar terms by Broughton and by Huston in the wharf office. His call at the Fenchurch Street office and the ruse by which he obtained the shipping companys headed notepaper had been testified to by Mr. Avery and his chief clerk, Wilcox. His description of the letter he had written to Harkness was certainly accurate from the Inspectors own knowledge. His account of the removal of the cask and the shaking off of Harkness was in agreement with the statement of the latter and finally, Felixs description of the removal of the cask to its present resting place was fully corroborated by Constable Walker.

Would it be at all possible for a barrel to be tampered with after it was once aboard?

Ah, returned the superintendent, smiling, now I come to something that will interest you. The cask we have just spoken of was sent out on the evening of the 30th ult. But I find another cask was despatched three days later, on the 1st instant. It also was addressed to M. Felix at the same London address and sent in by Messrs. Dupierre. It was labelled via Rouen and the I. and C. Companys boat. It went by goods train that night, and I will get our Rouen agent to try and trace it, though, as he would have had no reason to remark it, I doubt if he will be able to do so.

He was a fine lawyer. His admirers, who were many, held that an opinion from him was as good as Counsels any day, and knew that, beneath the keenness which made him so formidable an opponent, there lay a deep vein of very real human kindness.