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charming young people. I would very much like to meet them again. Perhaps they will call and see meand their friend at Magdalen too. They seem to get on well together." It was a chance shot in the dark !
" Their friend at Magdalen?" queried the Earl. " Do you mean-" He stopped. He had very nearly committed a grave indiscretion. But he was frankly a little out of his depths. Bunny had not said that he had met Bernaldi-nay, he had actually said he had not. And then how could Bernaldi think that Bunny was so friendly with Carl when the boys had not even met as yet? It was strange, too, that he himself should have seen at once that Bernaldi meant Carl when he spoke of the `friend' at Magdalen. And on thinking it over afterwards, Lord d'Harlecourt could only conclude that it was because he had himself been thinking so much of the young Prince for the last few hours that he was uppermost in his mind. He could hardly credit Bernaldi with having second sight-or whatever it was that enabled people to read another's thoughts. He might have changed his mind if he had noticed the look of quiet amusement in those dark eyes of the man, who was gently fooling a diplomat who knew the intrigues of half the Courts of Europe. A very strange man indeed was this one!
" I supposed that your son was quite friendly with the-er-Duke," he went on, putting emphasis on the title by which Carl was known at the 'Varsity; and thereby increasing his visitor's doubts. " I spoke to them yesterday-down by the river. Oh, yes! I know it was very unconventional-but I pride myself on my Bohemian ways."
Lord d'Harlecourt listened in amazement. This was Bunny's suspicious character-the one who had been so eager to learn all about Carl ! He looked at Bernaldi

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