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with fresh interest. Who could he be? Why was he so much concerned about Carl ? All his doubts were doubled, and he had even begun to connect his host with the loss of the Queen's letters when he caught his eye. There was an amused gleam in them now which was most infectious. Lord d'Harlecourt had to laugh -he could not help it. And with the laugh came reaction-the whole thing was absurd. Bernaldi was the friend of the British Ambassador! That was enough.
" Why, of course ! I have just remembered. He told me about meeting you," he said smilingly. "I was just thinking what strange ideas these young men get nowadays. I suppose it's the stuff they read."
" Then they did think my manner strange," said Bernaldi, shooting a swift look through his lowering lids. His voice had suddenly become harsh and cold. It struck the Earl with a chill shock-it was so relentless and cruel! What an amazing man this was, to be sure ! He seemed almost to be able to read his thoughts!
" Oh! they are only boys," he said, trying to turn things off. "Now don't you worry, Mr. Bernaldi. I will see that they make amends, and come to see you."
It seemed the least he could do after offending him. Yet he was not aware how he had managed to do so. He just seemed to be conscious of wanting to put some wrong right-though how he had done wrong, he could not have said. Thus did the owner of the Priory gain a great desire. Prince Carl of Bulkrania was about to enter his portals! But he did not tell Lord d'Harlecourt why it was so ardent a desire !
The peer took his leave soon after this ; and hastened to Magdalen. He had stayed at the Priory much longer than he had intended. His feelings were not a little mixed as the result of his interview with Bernaldi, and he was distinctly annoyed that Lord Dalkinburgh

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