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A PRINCE AND A PLOT

"Then he is conscious, at any rate," he said thankfully ; for he was very sorry for Parsons. "Don't let it worry him, Mrs. Parsons ; we will manage all right. Has he everything he wants?"
" Oh yes, thank you sir. But there is something-" she paused a moment "we have a son, Yoursir," she ventured, "and he says he would like to come and help till my husband is better. A son by his first marriage," she added (a trifle unnecessarily Carl thought).
" Perhaps the Baron can arrange it," said Carl. "I would like to help you in some way."
" Thank you, sir," flashed Mrs. Parsons with a look of triumph in her eyes. "You will find him a very good boy. We have trained him well, hoping that some day he would follow in his father's steps."
" Well, provided the college give permission-and I think my friend can arrange that at once-I see no reason why he should not come along and take his father's place ; at any rate for the time being."
" Oh, thank you, Your Highness," said the woman again-and Carl found himself wondering at the note of exultation in her voice.
" Not at all," he answered self consciously. "I would really like to help Parsons."
" He will be so pleased when I tell him," said the woman. But she did not mean Parsons when she said that !

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