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ROYSTON AND A DISCOVERY

seemed well enough then-though very sulky. When questioned later by the police, the Baron said he might possibly have heard a slight noise in the room outside during the night, and, in a vague sort of way, registered it in his mind. But he was by no means sure of this. And as `evidence' it was of no use. They had not taken on another valet since Ivan had been dismissed so summarily by the Prince, and now relied on the college Gyp entirely. As they were not very early risers, this man did not come to call them until about eight o'clock. He roused the Baron first, and then went to the Prince's room and knocked on the door. As a rule his door was locked in accordance with their usual precaution ; and the young man himself would get up and let him in with the hot water. On this particular morning he received no reply-though he knocked very hard. Some sort of instinct made him try the handle of the door, and, much to his surprise, it opened at once. It was then he got a terrible shock! There on the bed, with a look of absolute terror on his face, lay the Prince. At first, the Gyp did not know what to do. Was the young man only dreaming -or was he in a fit, he wondered? He did the best thing he could think of, however, and called out to the Baron. The briefest examination sufficed to convince the Baron that the Prince was dead. There was no sign of foul play, or of anything else which could cause the young man's death ; nor was there even the sign of a struggle. But its very suddenness drove the almost demented Baron naturally to conclude it must be murder! In a state bordering on collapse he sent the Gyp at once for a doctor. But when the doctor came, he could only confirm their worst fears, and pronounce that the young Prince was dead-and had in all probability died some six hours before. That

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