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CHAPTER VI
LORD D'HARLECOURT'S MISSION

THE more he thought about it, the more Michaelis became alarmed at the idea of Carl meeting Bunny and Ajax. If the Prince were going to make friends like this, it would certainly hamper the scheme he had laid so carefully. In spite of his fears, however, the three were shortly to meet; though for some reason or other he never heard of it till too late.
It might have changed things a little if he had known.
Following their lecture, Bunny and his friend found it hard to remain in a chastened frame of mind for very long; and they dashed off their separate ways to lunch as hard as they could go. Just as he passed the Senate House and entered the bottle neck of Trinity Street, Bunny gave a cry, for a magnificent Rolls Royce passed him, and he recognised the faces of the chauffeur and footman. It was his father's car.
The Earl of d'Harlecourt, a great man himself and ruling head of a great family, still maintained some of that magnificence which had once been the token of power in days of yore. Had anyone been able to uphold tradition and stateliness it was he; for in spite of many hard years spent in the service of his country he had not lost his characteristic personality. Tall, dignified, and every inch a statesman, he had a slight stoop at the shoulders which only served to add to the

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