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protect his life, in such a serious condition ; and the precious moments he lost gave additional advantage to the man who was now seeking safety elsewhere. Indeed, by the time Carl managed to give the alarm, he had got clean away.
But one thing seemed very evident to the dullest of brains-the man who had broken in had known both what he wanted and where to find it ! Carl realised with a sinking feeling that the scheme might have turned out even a bigger success than it was already, had he not been roused by the noisy chair ! The man would have taken what he sought, and gone off without their discovering that the letters had gone. For the box, already sealed up, was to have been taken back to the bank on the morrow ; and he would not have needed to open it again for some considerable time.
But he was not so much worried by the fact that the thief had been able to open the box (for he seemed to have used the Baron's own keys for that) but it puzzled him why he had wanted the Queen's letters. And how on earth he knew that they were there.

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