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how Carl had managed to see, when they thought it over afterwards.
" Expecting me?" cried the voice of the dim figure. "How nice of you."
They knew that voice ! It was Bernaldi's !
" What is he doing here," asked the Baron in surprise. "It's that friend of your father," he added turning to Bunny. "You remember him, Carl?"
" No!" answered the Prince slowly. "When did I meet him? Oh, my head," he said suddenly, as he saw the questioning look on their faces and realised something was wrong. " I cannot think! "
They rushed over in alarm to his aid, as the door opened and Bernaldi entered tapping on the panels as he passed through.
He sized up the situation at a glance ; and an amused gleam came into his eyes. Ajax did not know whether he loathed that gleam more than the look of hatred he had once seen there-in any case, he did not like it ! The man seemed to be playing with them ; and especially with poor Carl.
" My little Prince is not well," he said, going over to where they all stood by the distressed young man. They drew back unconsciously, and let him approach Carl.
To their great amazement he seemed more frightened than ever ! His eyes, distended with fear, were fixed on those of Bernaldi !
" Who are you?" he whispered in tones pregnant with utter terror.
" My dear Prince," suavely smiled the other. " Surely you have not forgotten our luncheon party at the Priory? A poor compliment to my humble efforts." He never took his eyes off the prince, all the time they stood there. The younger man bit his lip till the blood

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came. He had made a mistake ! He ought to have remembered this. He knew that he had done something that would take a lot of undoing-he had given himself away ! He knew that Bernaldi had learned his secret. ... But only he and Bernaldi knew what that secret was . . . .
" And why did he call him 'Prince,"' Bunny asked Ajax when they were talking it over afterwards. "He has never been told who he is."
Ajax could not answer this question; but Bernaldi had ways of his own-and his sense of humour was rather an unusual one !

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