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that list, as it would be a pity if anything so artistic as that had been wasted.
But it was then that trouble started over here; casualty lists were studied by departments of whose existence I was blissfully unaware and by others whom I had forgotten. I was given a little experience of the sort of trouble which I would have had on a much larger scale had I allowed the messages passing between us and the Attach6 in Madrid to have the normal distribution.
The Naval Wills Department wanted to know whether Major Martin had made a will-and if so, where was it? The Medical Director-General's Department wanted to know whether Major Martin had been killed in action, died of wounds, died on active service, or what, so that their statistics could be kept in order.
Fortunately, the precautions that I had taken to ensure that any enquiries about Major Martin (or any of his documents) were adequately dealt with worked satisfactorily. I heard of these enquiries at a sufficiently early stage for me to be able to prevent their spreading too widely, but I had to deal with the departments concerned. I racked my brains what answer to give. I could not refer the Wills Department to McKenna & Co., the solicitors who had written to Major Martin about his will before he departed.
I had by now fully appreciated the truth of the aphorism, "Oh, what a tangled web you weave when first you practise to deceive," and was getting into the swing of it. I told the heads of each of those

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