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Bunny pretty nearly everything he knew about Carl and the Court at Bulkrania ; and it shocked the young man to learn of all the plots and counter-plots that were threatening his friend's safety-and very life ! What could be afoot now? What beastly thing was that unknown enemy planning with such horrible cunning-and what was its purpose? It was all so horrible ! Bunny could not understand the mind of a man who would stoop to such things ; but he could see now, how much Carl needed a friend. Here was his duty, then, pretty clear before his eyes. He would watch over him ; and Ajax should help !
" One thing is evident," continued the Prince. "Someone wished to prevent his coming here to-night. And it is fairly clear why. It would not suit certain people in Bulkrania if the Prince were to strengthen his position by becoming friendly in England with the 'Powers that Be.' Still, my friend, we will have another talk. Meanwhile I rely on your help."
" You can do that all right, sir," cried Bunny impulsively. "But look! Here is my father-and Carl."
They turned to see Lord d'Harlecourt approaching, accompanied by the Prince and another man. Bunny gasped as the full light caught the face. He had never thought to see this man at the ball !
" Your Highness," said Lord d'Harlecourt as they drew near. "Let me present Mr. Bernaldi-I have told you about him."
As the Ambassador greeted the man who had caused so much speculation, Bunny looked at Carl with rapidly growing terror-there was surely something wrong with him-his eyes were dull and glassy and his face had turned ghastly white !

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