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from Cambridge about four years. This fact was his chief qualification for being at the conference this morning. The matter they had to discuss concerned the fate of an undergraduate of some considerable importance, and their faces were very stern and grave.
" And now we are faced with the fact that Her Majesty is due here by the end of this week." Lord d'Harlecourt was saying as Royston entered the room. "Ah! There you are, John. We have been waiting for you."
" Sorry, Uncle! " he replied with a pleasant smile, nodding politely to the Chief. " I have been away with Peter Castle for a few days, and only got your message this morning."
" Sit down, Royston," said General Mason, indicating a chair. "We have a very serious matter to consider."
John Royston sat down as commanded.
" Go ahead, General," he said with boyish enthusiasm. He was familiar enough with these two to dispense with formality.
" Listen carefully," advised the General. "The young heir to the throne of Bulkrania has been over here in England, being educated, ever since he was twelve years old or so. Last year, he went to Cambridge-to Magdalen. Now we have just heard that he has died suddenly."
" Not murdered," cried Royston excitedly. He was not expecting this !
" We cannot say yet. Baron Erfurt, his guardian and equerry, found him dead this morning. He suspected foul play at first, simply because of the unexpectedness of the tragedy. But now the police do not think it was a case of Murder."
" What do you want me to do? " said Royston at once.
" Well, you are a Cambridge man," began the General.

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