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ROYSTON AND A DISCOVERY

"Rather," cried Royston. " I say it's awfully good of you to trust me with a job like this."
" No, John, it isn't," said the General slowly. " I have had my eyes on you ever since your first job, when you got the Duchess' pearls back so cleverly. I am a great believer in young men and new methods -especially when I have tried the young men and tested their methods. I have every confidence in you. Now go in and win!"
Royston cheerily nodded `good-bye' to his uncle, and took the report along to the little room which had been placed at his disposal. Pulling out his pipe, he proceeded to fill it; stuffing the tobacco carefully into the very tiny orifice left in the bowl, due to the `furring up' of the burnt tobacco. Then he picked up the folio. As he read on, he became more and more absorbed in the mystery before him. The Baron's statement included a full account of the dangers he had been told to guard against, when the Prince was first committed to his care. Royston could not help but feel sorry that one who had such a high destiny before him as the Prince should meet so pathetic an end-his work unfulfilled. He began also to experience a great sympathy for that lonely woman, the mother, -lonely on the pinnacle of her throne ; yet yearning for the love of her son. Come what may, Royston determined that the Prince should be revenged if there was any question of murder ! He read carefully through to the end. It turned out that the Prince had returned from the Trinity Ball much sooner than he was expected. The Baron himself had retired to rest about an hour before. About twelve o'clock he heard the Prince come in ; and, somewhat surprised at his early return, he put his head into his room and called out 'good-night' as he was preparing to retire. He

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