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"No one knows more about Sokia than your uncle does," answered the Secret Service man. "Has he ever told you about that affair one of the Royal Family had at Cambridge? You should ask him about it. You never know what will prove useful-especially as it all concerns the Grand Duke."
" Do you mean the Prince's uncle?" asked Royston. " Ferdinand? "
" Yes!" was the answer. "There was some mystery about him and some other princelings when they were all at the 'Varsity. It was something very serious, but no one ever heard the truth. Some card-sharping and a murder, I believe. But, see your uncle, and ask him. He may tell you something."
Royston was very puzzled about this information. How had the Grand Duke managed to get mixed up with such a dreadful lot of scandal. He could imagine, from what he knew of him, how horrified he would be to be connected with such an affair. But Lord d'Harlecourt must be persuaded to open his lips now. Royston realised that he must know everythinghowever little it seemed to fit in, at present.
" And if you don't mind," added Major Petre, as he prepared to leave, "will you take this packet with you-it is for the Ambassador in Paris-and must be given only into his own hands."
Here was the opportunity he sought. Did he not want to ask the Ambassador all about Bernaldi? This would provide the introductions he needed.
He thanked Heaven for the chance, and set off for Lord d'Harlecourt's house in Carlton House Terrace determined to get the other information he wanted.
He got it all right ! But he was horrified at the details. He had never dreamed of this-but he was all the more determined, now, to get to Sokia as soon

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