leaving the house before he had heard enough. "You followed her?"
"To London Bridge?"
"Where she met two people?"
"So she did."
"A gentleman, and a lady that she had gone to of her own accord before, who asked her to give up all her pals, and Monks first, which she did—and to describe him, which she did—and to tell her what house it was that we meet at and go to, which she did—and where it could be best watched from, which she did—and what time the people went there, which she did. She did all this. She told it all every word without a threat, without a murmur—she did—didn't she?" cried the Jew, half mad with fury.
"All right," replied Noah, scratching his head. "That's just what it was!"
"What did they say about last Sunday?" demanded the Jew.
"About last Sunday!" replied Noah, considering. "Why, I told yer that before."