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CHAPTER IX
TREACHERY

LATER on, when Lord d'Harlecourt and Veronica i~. J returned to town, and Carl departed to his
own college, Bunny and Ajax were left to their own resources. They had taken to the Prince immensely, and there was no doubt that he liked them too. Bunny was frankly disappointed that his so-called `clue' concerning the letters had turned out to be a false one ; but he was very intrigued to think his father should have had a special message from so important a quarter as the British Embassy in Paris, suggesting that Mr. Bernaldi should be made such a fuss of. Still, they were no nearer the solution of the mystery concerning the letters ; and the robbery worried them both quite a lot.
" I cannot help thinking that Carl is behaving in a very strange manner over those letters," said Ajax at last. "Why can't he tell the police and get done with it?"
" My dear chap," replied Bunny. "You evidently have no idea how these people are hedged about with antiquated ideas. I expect it's 'infra dig.' for them to call in our police. Probably some strangelooking person all bristling with `Orders' and pointed moustaches will arrive and say he is the Chief of Police ; and set the whole lot of them running all over the place in a fever of excitement. Besides, don't forget the Baron has written to Prince Gustave."

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