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scarcely wait till the Secretary had got out of hearing before they eagerly demanded to know what was the matter. It was a moment or two before the old man answered them.
" You talk about `coincidence,"' he said slowly, at last.
" What on earth do you mean? " the other two cried anxiously.
" Well! just now, I was thinking of that unfortunate marriage of Carl's father-"
" So was I," interrupted the Admiral, "and I was thanking Heaven that there were no children."
" Well! there are!" was the amazing reply. "Or perhaps I should say is. There is one child, a boy! "
" How on earth do you know? " gasped the Marechal.
" It was in the note I have just read. Reutsheim has just come across it through his Espionage Department-he hasn't given me the details yet."
" But where is the boy? " demanded the Admiral.
" I don't know," replied the Prime Minister. "Reutsheim hasn't traced him yet. It seems that, as well as keeping it so quiet, they have managed very successfully to get the boy secretly away to some place."
" How damned awkward," growled Stron. " I suppose he will be about twelve or eighteen months older than Carl. We must see that he is kept out of the way somehow or other."
" Indeed, we must! " agreed Count Evindurk. "But what are we to do if he can't be found? "
" Not be found? What do you mean? " demanded the Admiral testily.
" For goodness' sake, Roote, don't badger me like this," flashed the Count. "It's bad enough, without
that ! "

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"I'm sorry," said the Admiral penitently, "but I am fearfully upset."
" So are we," growled the soldier. "But don't you see how it makes this visit of the Queen, and Prince Carl's engagement, all the more important now? "
" However that woman managed to keep the secret all this time, I don't know," said the Prime Minister thoughtfully. "But there has been another hand in this. Someone who could afford to wait his own time before striking! I wonder whose hand it was? And when, and where, the blow will fall? "
The Queen herself had sought the answer to that very same question on many occasions in the past; but had never found it.

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