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MAJOR MARTIN LANDS IN SPAIN

Then, on the 13th May, the Attache informed us that the Spanish Chief of Naval Staff, in the absence of the Minister of Marine, who was away, had just given him all Major Martin's effects, including a black briefcase-the latter was open with a key in the lock. The Chief of Naval Staff had said that "everything was there," and the Naval Attache had thanked him.
Although the Attache had gained a strong impression that the Chief of Naval Staff knew at least something of the contents of the letters, he considered that there was no reason to think that that officer would divulge his knowledge to anyone. Of course, we did not suspect that officer of any breach of faith-but if he knew of the contents it would be certain that others would also know. Things were going well-the "leak" was starting.
Our optimism was strengthened by the next message that we received from the Attache. The Minister of Marine himself had referred to the papers when he saw the Attache on Saturday, the 15th May. Apparently, he had heard, while in Valencia, that the papers had arrived in Madrid, and had immediately given orders to the Chief of Naval Staff to hand them over at once. He had done this lest someone might have had an unauthorised look at them, which might, he said, be a serious matter.
Nothing that had been said to the Minister of Marine before he left Madrid could have given rise to such anxiety about the documents, so we had no doubt at all that the envelopes must have been opened. That being the case, we were confident that

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