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"Well, it seems that he and the Baron have to go up to London to some ball at the Foreign Minister's. I heard them talking about it at breakfast."
" Do you mean to say they were foolish enough to talk in front of you? Why! you only began your duties this morning!" gasped Michaelis, his bright eyes flashing dangerously. It seemed the height of madness to one of his foxy brain, that people could be so trustful.
" Of course!" replied Ivan. "Don't forget they had every confidence in Parsons, and they believe that I am his son. Why! the very first thing they did this morning was to tell me all about the theft of the letters last night. I felt a bit anxious at first ; but they haven't told the authorities yet. It seems they are still trying to hide the Prince's identity, and fear the police may find out whb he is."
" That's absurd," said Dolores. "They are sure to know all about him. Be careful that they are not trying to throw sand in your eyes."
Michaelis flashed a look of anger at her as she said this.
" Oh, don't be foolish, Dolores," he said. "Such publicity would not suit their purpose. It is better for them to pretend that they don't care about the loss of the letters than to have those English police stirring up trouble, and possibly finding out some State secret they need not know. We will show them how to guard State secrets!"
He laughed as he said this ; but all the same he knew that it did not ring true. Everything depended now on 'speed' and 'action,' and he did not like the idea of Carl meeting Bunny and Ajax-as they would do at the ball. ... Still, that could be prevented . . . !
" Don't you see how important it is that we hurry

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