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ROYSTON AND A DISCOVERY

"The local police have everything in hand just now; and we have not been called in yet. However, Lord d'Harlecourt insists that we should do something at once. The situation, from our point of view, is very difficult. Every secrecy must be observed-and I have been able to insist on this through the Home Secretary. But we must make quite sure that there has really been no foul play. The poor Prince was the centre of such a whirl of intrigue, that anything is possible. In any case we positively must avoid scandal.
" Meanwhile we cannot afford to waste time. We must be kept posted with everything as it happens so that if we have to step in-as we may easily have to do later-we will already be au fait with everything. Now you must get down there at once and ferret out all you can."
" Your cousin Bunny was a friend of the unhappy Prince," ventured Lord d'Harlecourt. "Go and see him ; perhaps he will be able to help you. It is strange," he added, turning to the General, "that this is the second time I have been concerned with a tragedy in this young man's family-and each time at Cambridge." The General nodded as though he knew to what he referred, but Royston did not speak. He felt he would one day learn about the other time !
" What is the situation, so far, General?" he asked briskly. " Have you the particulars of the case."
" Yes ! They are all there "(indicating a folio). "You had better take them along with you and read them carefully. It will only distress Lord d'Harlecourt unnecessarily for us to discuss them any further. He and I have already thoroughly considered them. This report here is pretty concise, and was drawn up with the assistance of Baron Erfurt. Do you think you can get to work at once? " he finished.

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