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BERNALDI

the spirit of friendship had been so ruthlessly killed. What a pity it was that things had turned out like this!
" His Highness is all right," he replied. "I'm sorry he was so rude to you last night. He has told me all about it. He is coming to apologise."
He did not speak of his own unhappy experience. His loyalty forbade that !
" I have come to ask your advice," he went on hesitatingly.
" Advice!" broke in a new voice. "I wonder if I can be of any service."
They turned with amazement to see Mr. Bernaldi standing at the door. They had not heard a soundnot even a footfall on the stair; which only showed that they were very engrossed in their conversation . " or that he didn't make one" (as Bunny said afterwards). But that, of course, was absurd!
" We were talking about our friend-er-the Duke of Greinwald," said the Baron, when introductions and greetings had been exchanged.
" He is well? " the question flashed out from the deep dark eyes almost before the words asked it.
" Yes ! he is quite all right. Except that he has become rather forgetful recently," said the Baron, bursting to get the load off his mind.
A change came imperceptibly over their strange guest as this was said. It was so subtle that they did not even suspect it. His eyes seemed to sink deeper into his head ; whilst they took on a glitter which would have scared the boys had they seen it. It seemed to betoken satisfaction. But if they noticed nothing, it was not their fault, but was due to the weird way he kept those eyes hidden by their heavy lids.
" Memory bad ! How dreadful in one so young!"
Bernaldi murmured. "But, after all, he will probably

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