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A PRINCE AND A PLOT

devastating fears she had, and how an apprehension of 'danger-yet-to-come' was eating at her very heart.
There was one she could trust, however-her brother Gustave. It was he who had managed the details of getting Carl into a school in England. He had himself been to one of the most famous public schools there, and his advice and guidance were of tremendous help to the Queen. It was Prince Gustave, too, who arranged the bodyguard young Carl found so irksome ; and Baron Erfurt, who was Gustave's personal friend, took over the task as a labour of loyalty to the Prince.
It was all the easier for the Queen's brother to act as such a` Fairy Godmother', because he represented his Father the King, as Ambassador at the Court of St. James. He was an immensely popular man, and had already done a great deal towards increasing the good feeling between Great Britain and that far flung country in the north he loved so dearly. He was a cheery soul, though very firm where Carl was concerned. He felt a grave responsibility for this boy who would one day be a king ; and ever kept an eagle eye on the precious charge his trusting sister had anxiously placed in his care. ...
And now, after some seven years away from home, Carl was at Cambridge. Here, again, his uncle had been able to pull the strings ; and the young prince found himself at Magdalen College in the very same rooms Gustave had used as an undergraduate many years before.
Still, he was not happy. After all, it was hard lines on the young fellow that he should be hedged in by all these restrictions-his only companion an elderly courtier who had forgotten more about life than Carl had yet begun to know.
He was not allowed to join in the games in case he

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