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CHAPTER XVI
THE ENQUIRY BEGINS

ROYSTON arrived in Cambridge just before dinner, so he postponed his enquiries until he had eaten. About 8 o'clock he left the Red Lion where he had put up, and went around to see the Baron at his Club. Baron Erfurt was so distressed by the sad affair that he could not stay in the rooms which bore such poignant witness to the personality of Prince Carl ; so he was living at the Club.
Royston found him sitting at the big window, looking at the world outside, with a sad air of reflection. However little he wished to turn the knife in the wound, he knew that he would have to get at the root of the trouble somehow or other-the mystery surrounding Carl's death must be explained before he could rest satisfied again.
The Baron greeted him cordially enough, when he told him who he was.
" Ah, Monsieur Royston," he said wearily. "I do hope you will put all our minds at rest. We are so anxious to learn that the poor boy was not murdered after all. A blow struck suddenly by an All-Knowing Providence we can face-but not that ! I cannot bear to think that he might have died through my carelessness."
" My dear Baron, whatever is the case, I don't think you can be blamed," said Royston, trying to comfort him. "Now please tell me all you know

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