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THE QUEEN DECIDES

case, your judgment will be most acceptable both to the Court and the country."
Her eyes flashed as he spoke. She knew very well how her firmness made some of her advisers resist her plans, but they had yet to prove her wrong.
" And now, Count," she said, pressing home her decisions, " I will go over to England and tell the Prince myself."
" To England, Madam? " gasped the Prime Minister. "So that is where he is in hiding? But surely you do not intend to leave the country? "
" And why not, pray? " demanded the Queen. "There will be Marechal Stron and the Admiral to keep you company. It would be a very serious matter that you three could not manage to deal with. See," she smiled graciously, "how I trust you."
" And, I hope, with some justification, Madam," was the somewhat stiff reply.
" Please wait upon me this afternoon-all three of you," said the Queen, "and I will acquaint you of my plans."
In great excitement the old man bowed himself out, and went to seek his friends. Marechal Stron was Minister of War and had sole charge of the army ; whilst Admiral Roote shared the responsibility of defending the country as commander-in-chief of the navy. These three, then, with the Grand Duke Ferdinand, comprised the Council of Regency, presided over by the Queen herself. The Grand Duke, so often away in Germany, was seldom available (he had even sent his son Nicholas to a military college there!) and, as she had said, the Queen was not at all happy about his prolonged absences from the country. She often wondered what they meant.

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