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"It must have been someone who didn't expect us, to break in," said Ajax.
" But who could have wanted to drug Carl?" demanded Bunny. "What was their object?"
They would have been very alarmed if that question had been answered at the time. As it was, however,, they were far too busy getting Carl ready for the journey to spend any more time asking questions. The coffee, Ajax had made, soon did its noble work, and Carl improved rapidly. The Baron was sleepingg quite happily when they were ready to leave, and they decided that it was best to let him sleep the effects of the drug away. On their way they called at Bunny's rooms in Trinity, and gave his Gyp instructions to slip along and make sure the old man was all right ; nor did they forget to take the wine bottle and leave if safely in the Gyp's care. It was getting very late when they eventually set out, and they still had to get up to Town in time to dress for dinner. They finally managed to accomplish this feat with a very narrow margin to spare. But it drew from Ajax a solemn vow never to travel with Bunny again-as well as violent protests in official form from the police of several of the villages they passed through !
Carl soon completely recovered from his unpleasant experience, and began to look forward to enjoying himself with Veronica. Perhaps she was the real cause of his recovery ; for she certainly seemed very pleased to see him. So much so, that poor Ajax felt dreadfully neglected. It had been arranged that at dinner, all the young people should sit together at one end of the great long table specially laid for this State occasion. The guest of the evening was Carl's uncle, Prince Gustave. He sat at the other end, away from them, with Lord and Lady d'Harlecourt. As the

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