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"And then, look how he has got rid of Ivan! After all he had to say for him before-and how he owed it to Parsons to keep him on. He changes his mind quickly enough," he growled, half hoping that he was the same in his attitude towards Veronica.
" Ajax," said Bunny solemnly. "There is something very dreadful behind all this!"
" You mean his brain is unhinged?" asked Ajax, half in fear.
" I cannot say. But I've got a feeling that he has altered somehow. There isn't the same look in his eyes."
" I should say not," answered Ajax. "You ought to have seen him once or twice when you were talking. He looked as though he hated you!"
" I wonder!" was all Bunny said. He was thinking deeply!
Meanwhile, the Baron hurried back as he promised, full of anxiety for the health of his charge. When he got there, he was quite relieved to find that the Prince was quite all right again and very sensibly was going to bed.
" I'm all right now, Baron, " he said in surly tones in answer to the enquiries. "I think it must be that silly drug we had-or the fish," he said as if recovering himself. " But how did you know I was ill? "
" Lord Valentine rang me up and told me," was the answer.
The other said nothing for a moment but the look in his face surprised the older man into thinking he was about to faint again.
" Your Highness," he cried rushing over to him.
" I'm all right," said the Prince recovering himself. "I was only annoyed at those two fellows. They won't leave me alone!"

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