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" I wonder who that bearded monster is-I mean that black bloke who was in the car beside him? I'll never forget his face," said Ajax.
" Nor I," agreed Bunny. "I'd recognise it anywhere. We must tell Carl how nearly we misjudged him."
Carl laughed when they told him about it, and rather surprised them when he said :
" Oh, that will be my new valet you saw. He has been here with his mother-by the first husband," he laughed as he thought of Mrs. Parsons' words. " They have just left."
" But I say, Carl," cried Bunny. "That man tried to knife me the other day."
" What? " shouted Carl incredulously.
" Well, he was going to," said Ajax. Then he told him of the incident of when they were nearly run down by the two men in the car.
" Well I think you've let your imaginations run away this time," Carl laughed. " Ivan is the son of a most respectable man. Knife you? Rot! I admit the mother is unusual. But that means nothing."
" Well," said Bunny, after they had argued from all sorts of angles, " it's your pigeon !"

The time soon arrived for the great affair at Carlton House Terrace ; and by this time they were all firm friends. Carl had told them much concerning his unhappy past-severed as he was from home and friends ; how he had lived such a lonely life and dared not go his own way ; and how he had longed for adventure ; and he even explained some of the dangers he had been told hung over his head. Later, they were to wish they had taken more notice of the details of this information ; but, nevertheless, it served to cement their

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