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LORD D'HARLECOURT'S MISSION

Bunny in amazement. His father seemed almost to be wandering.
" Oh! Yes! Prince Carl of Bulkrania, of course ! How stupid of me. I forgot I had not told you." He laughed.
Prince Carl ! The young man he had felt so sorry for! It was truly a strange coincidence.
" Why, Father, that is the very man I have just been telling you about-the one that strange foreign chap was watching so carefully, this morning on the river."
" What's that?" asked the Earl startled in spite of himself. He had but vaguely heard the account.
" Well, really, Father! I've just told you," grumbled Bunny. "Didn't you listen?" He repeated the story.
" Valentine, I am very anxious indeed about that young man," said his father sternly. "One of these days I must tell you his sad story. It is so very tragic. I once knew the late King, his father; and his mother is one of the most wonderful women I have ever met. Promise me now, that if ever you see anything again that seems suspicious, you will tell me at once. There are very grave reasons why we should protect him."
Bunny was very impressed by his father's manner. He evidently knew more than he wished to divulge.
" Have you heard about the stolen letters?" he asked.
" No! What letters?" asked Lord d'Harlecourt anxiously.
Bunny then told him the story he had heard from Ajax only that morning.
" I'm glad you have warned me," said his father in reply. "We will enquire more into this. You see, my position as Foreign Minister makes me sort of

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