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THE BALL

Perhaps we had better go back a few hours, and see what actually was behind this mystery of the Prince's unfortunate illness.
A short time after the three of them had left for London, the real cause of all the trouble came slinking up the staircase to the Prince's rooms. When he saw the open 'oak,' Ivan stopped dead in his tracks. This was a possibility which had not occurred to him. He had believed that if anyone had knocked and got no answer they would go away. But he had not reckoned on Bunny and Ajax. Indeed, he did not even know that they had promised to call for Carl. He understood that the Prince and the Baron were to have gone by train-and as he had not heard of Lord d'Harlecourt's visit to Cambridge he did not yet know that the three had even met. It was not part of his share in the plot to follow Carl about-he had other plans to carry out. He believed that his simple scheme of drugging the wine and locking the doors would keep Carl safely out of the way till it was too late to go to the ball.
Prince Gustave had been right in his diagnosis. It did not fit in with the plans of the conspirators that the heir to the throne should go to this reception. They realised how important it was that the Prince should not make any new friends just as they were ready to strike the blow. Nor did it suit their future plans that any good feeling between Great Britain and Bulkrania should be encouraged. It meant a lot to Ivan, then, that Carl should not go to London ; and his fury was let loose when he saw that not only had he recovered but had actually gone ! He was quick enough to see the coffee and other traces of his recovery ; and he guessed perfectly correctly whose work it was. But his brain soon adjusted itself to

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