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should have put him in so awkward a position. He had gone there expecting to have to deal with a very delicate matter of diplomacy and intrigue-instead of which he had only found a man who wanted company and society. It would have been annoying, if it had not been unusual-which just shows how little he had seen through it all !
He left the car a little down the road away from Magdalen ; and after enquiring at the porter's lodge made his way to Carl's rooms. Here he was expected, and no uneasiness affected him as he greeted the Prince. They had met before, many years ago. When, only very recently, he had learned of the young man's presence in England, he had been rather hurt that he had not been told before ; but on thinking it over, he realised that the Queen had been quite right. He was quite au fait with the state of things in Bulkrania, and he sometimes feared very much for Carl's safety. This confounded Bernaldi, on top of everything, had begun to worry him now ; yet he was a friend of the British Ambassador ! And if he could vouch for anyone, surely they must be all right.
He found Carl grown into a splendid young man, and his heart warmed towards him. The boy was alone, and it took only a matter of moments to tell him his idea of having tea on the river with the others.
" What a pity my servant has just gone," said Carl. "He could have brought it down to us."
" That's all arranged," said Lord d'Harlecourt. "Besides-you will forgive me for being mysteriousbut I want you to promise that you never mention my name in front of any strangers? There are so many people who would like to prevent you 'and me from meeting-and indeed from even knowing my familythat they would seek to prevent it."

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