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The most extraordinary attic I ever came across was one a friend and I once shared many years ago.
But our attic, unique though it was, had by no means exhausted the architect's sense of humor.
It is a long time ago now that I last saw the inside of an attic. I have tried various floors since but I have not found that they have made much difference to me.
"Did we not hear a roly-poly noise in the attic when we were looking into that chest?"
Sure enough the roly-poly noise was still going on quite distinctly under the attic floor
He groped his way carefully for several yards; he was at the back of the skirting- board in the attic, where there is a little mark * in the picture.
He had not been installed more than three days in his attic before all his doubts were removed.
"In the front attic." Miss Polly hesitated, then went on: "I suppose I may as well tell you now, Nancy.
"When my father took over the Horsham property, he, at my request, made a careful examination of the attic, which had been always locked up.
For the rest, there was nothing of much importance in the attic save a great many scattered papers and note-books bearing upon my uncle's life in America.
He must have known that the attic was inhabited by Daddy Jacques, and that was one of the reasons, I think, why he must have used a quiet weapon,--a life-preserver, or a hammer."
Amelie rose, took an easel which stood near hers, carried it to a distance from the noble group, and placed it close to a board partition which separated the studio from the extreme end of the attic, where all broken casts, defaced canvases and the winter supply of wood were kept.