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again. It is far too dangerous. Why ! Many a man would give his right hand for the secrets it contains."
" We will be more careful in the future," agreed the older man. "But your `State' papers are in the other box with your Orders and jewels; so they, at least, are safe."
" That reminds me-you might get my `Star of the Golden Cross' when you go to the bank to-morrow," Carl said. " I had better wear it at this confounded ball."
" I will not forget," said the Baron who prided himself on his memory.
But he did forget that the door of their room was not quite shut ; and so every word they had said filtered through the outer baize door (or `oak' as it was called) to a man who stood there listening to everything. ...
For the remainder of the evening they studied Bulkranian history together. In spite of the Baron's secret inclination towards a gay life, he was a well read man and his knowledge was of considerable use in his very important role of guardian and tutor to Carl. He was particularly au fait with Southern European politics, and Carl always liked to discuss these things with him. To-night, however, he could not concentrate at all! For some reason or other he felt distinctly uneasy. It may have been that, in his well-ordered life, even so small a thing as changing a Gyp was enough to cause a reaction ; or it may have been that other influences were at work-influences which he would not have understood ! But there it was ; he was unsettled, and it annoyed him. In the brief interview he subsequently had with Ivan he did not take to his new servant in the same generous way the Baron did. To begin with, he did not care for the man's name. He half feared that the susceptible old Baron had been

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