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Bulkrania, he learned for the first time, was a very wealthy country, in spite of its size, and the Royal possessions included very valuable platinum concessions. He heard how certain men were willing and ready to back up any claimant to the throne who would favour their suit. Whilst Carl was in the years of minority the great question had remained dormant, though this Syndicate had increased its offers and bribes all the while. Prince Gustave's opinion was that their enormous capital was behind the unrest in the country. He told Royston how very busy `rumour' had been in its effort to find a catspaw for their purpose. They had not, it appeared, even spared the Grand Duke Ferdinand-the late King's brother, on whom the Queen relied so much ! Still Gustave expressed to Royston such horror at this evil rumour, that it was easy to see that the Queen's brother also placed every confidence in this very popular Grand Duke. Yet, thought Royston, if there were rumours!-perhaps there was a cause for them ! But he expected to learn more about this when he met the Chief of Police in Sokia. He was conveying General Mason's wishes of good fortune to him.
He had every reason to be very glad, later, that he had seen the Prince before leaving Town, for not only was all his information to prove of the most vital importance in guiding him in a line of action, but he got some very helpful introductions to highly placed personages-one of which, was the Grand Duke Ferdinand himself ! Royston was glad, too, that he had not said anything concerning the cause of Carl's death. Prince Gustave would have been simply horrified had he known anything about it!

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