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A PRINCE AND A PLOT

was injured; and, because of his high position, he was not allowed to choose his own friends. And now he had been in Cambridge nearly three terms, and had not a single pal he could tell his troubles to. No wonder he simply longed for companionship !
Only that morning, on his way down towards the lock, he had spotted Bunny and Ajax on the bank. He noticed also that they were still there on his way back. They looked so jolly and happy that he felt a strong impulse to pull up near them and shout " Cheero "! But a moment's reflection showed him the inadvisibility of that kind of action. Had he
done so it might have changed the trend of future events
for the man who lurked behind the tree would have had the opportunity he had been seeking for many years. But it was not to be-just yet! Again-the Baron was on the opposite bank ; and he would have had something to say-and his observations would have necessitated considerable re-moulding of the deep laid plans of the gentleman we now know (though so far the others did not) as `Bernaldi.'
Carl gave the punt pole to the waiting boatman, and picked up his blazer with a distracted air. So many thoughts had been pounding through his brain on his lonely journey! No wonder he was `fed up'! Hardly had he stepped ashore when the Baron joined him.
" I trust Your Highness enjoyed the exercise," he said politely.
Of late, his guardian had become much more emphatic in the use of Carl's title, and the young prince simply hated it. It seemed to put him further away from his fellows than ever-and goodness knows he was lonely enough ! But Prince Gustave had thought of this, and things were going to be much better in

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