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though he kept his head turned from the light and his eyes seemed half closed.
" How good of you to come, my lord," he said simply.
Lord d'Harlecourt hardly knew what to say.
" Well, monsieur, I had to be in Cambridge on some other matter," he began, " and I took this opportunity of fulfilling the Ambassador's request."
" So you had to be in Cambridge to-day," the other said slowly. "Oh, yes, of course-I had almost forgotten-your son is up at Trinity."
" Yes," Lord d'Harlecourt replied. "I'm killing two birds with one stone."
The other started suddenly as he said this; then he laughed.
" Your English sayings are so quaint," he said softly.
" Yes, but you will pardon me if I say how well you seem to understand them," replied the visitor. He was summing up the owner of the Priory. There was something about his manner that betrayed great excitement-or was it nervousness? He was certainly an interesting man. Those piercing dark eyes looked capable of great emotions-of great love or great hate. There was an air of tragedy in them, too; but he kept them turned away most of the time and they were difficult to see. He was really of a most unusual type ; and because of this, interested Lord d'Harlecourt tremendously.
" And now, Mr. Bernaldi," he began, "since Lord Dalkinburgh has asked me to call and see you, what can I 'do for you? Please tell me in what way I can be of service. You must meet my son."
" You are very kind, my lord," was the courteous answer, "but as a matter of fact, I have already met Lord Valentine. He and his-Jriend Ajax are most

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