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CHAPTER VIII
THE QUEEN DECIDES

WHEN Lord d'Harlecourt told Bunny that he was in the Queen's confidence concerning her long journey from Bulkrania to England, he spoke no more than the truth. As Foreign Minister, he had been officially consulted about her visit ; and as a life-long friend of Her Majesty, he had been entrusted with the secret reason.
With characteristic determination the Queen had decided upon this course just about (strange to relate) the very time Mr. Bernaldi was coming to terms with Kowney and Park over possession of the Priory. As soon as her mind was made up, she sent for Count Evindurk, the Prime Minister. In him she had a staunch supporter and a fervent admirer-though he would have done anything rather than show it.
She came to the point at once.
" I cannot help feeling very anxious over these prolonged absences of the Grand Duke," she said. "And I must be able to depend on your co-operation."
" I suppose, Madam, that he prefers his Castle in Silesia to his palace in Sokia," said the Prime Minister drily. He did not like the Grand Duke Ferdinand !
" He is on the Council of Regency," sighed the Queen. " Yet he never comes to share the responsibility. However, I have been able to arrive at a certain decision."
Count Evindurk shot a sharp questioning glance at

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