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The Ghost upon the Rail. Chapter Four

When old David Weir arrived home, his wife, who was delighted to see him so calm, asked laughingly if he had seen the ghost again.

"Never mind about that," said the old man. "Here, take the money and lock it up while I look after the horse. He's very tired, and I'm not surprised, for the roads are nearly a foot deep in dust. Then get me some supper ready, for I have some business to do." "Where are you going?" "To Mr Cox's. I'll be home in about an hour."

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The old woman said it could wait until morning, but he took no notice and walked away. Mr Cox was a very rich gentleman and was a magistrate in the district. He was available at all times of the day and night to any person who considered they had business with him. It was past two o'clock in the morning when David Weir arrived at Mr Cox's house. Mr Cox came out and received the old man kindly, and took him into the house. Old David followed the magistrate and told him all he knew about the ghost of Mr Fisher.

"And who was with you the second time you saw the ghost?" "One is a man named Williams, who works for you. The other is a man named Hamilton." "It's very late," Mr Cox said, "and Williams may be tired and have gone to bed. Tomorrow morning I'll go with you to the place and look at it. You say that you've marked it, Weir?" "Yes, sir."

The old man then left Mr Cox, and Williams returned to his bed. Mr Cox did not sleep again until a few minutes before sunrise, and then, when he slept for a quarter of an hour, he dreamt of nothing but the ghost sitting on the rail.

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