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was distinctly alarmed. Was the young fellow doping? No, it could not be! Yet here he was, making light of something that was obviously of the greatest importance. Then, again, there was that matter of the stolen letters.
" And now, Carl," he said, "tell me about those letters of your mother. Lord d'Harlecourt has mentioned something about them. Why did you not tell me yourself? How was it the Baron did not send word? "
" But he did, Uncle ! I saw him write the letter myself. Only yesterday morning he said he thought it strange he had not had a reply from you. Of course, he entirely relied on your discretion, and said that you were doubtlessly going about the matter in your ,own way."
" What's all this?" cried Prince Gustave. " I have certainly never had any letter. Who posted it? "
" Why, Ivan, of course," said Carl wonderingly.
" I'm beginning to get very alarmed over this fellow Ivan," said the other. " Where did he come from? "
" Oh, he's all right, Uncle. Why! he is the son of u, college Gyp ; and these men are well tried and trusted people," answered Carl.
" Yes ! But what about their sons? " demanded Gustave.
Carl did not answer. The whole affair of letters and sleepy attacks and Ivan began to bore him.
" I'll get Lord d'Harlecourt to carry out the offer of his friend from Scotland Yard. He asked my permission to put him on to the job. Of course, we all realise the importance of keeping the affair secret ; but I think you have behaved with consummate foolishness in not -telling me at once."
" But we did, Uncle," Carl repeated wearily.

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