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about this so much that he did not notice they were rather a long time on their way ; nor yet that they had now left the gaily lighted streets.
All at once, he realised what they were doing-they were driving along a street which could only lead down to a very unsavoury quarter called the `Unter Platz.' He had been warned about this place on his last visit. What could they possibly want down this way? He turned to protest. But his words froze in his throat.
" If you move one inch, I will kill you," said his companion. And he felt the barrel of a revolver pressed to his side.
Royston's first thought was to curse himself for being such a fool. Here he was, absolutely in the power of a strange man, in a city where no one would ever think of looking for him-simply because they did not know he was there. He was furious with himself for having given in to this sudden impulse and sought to dip into Vienna life for a few hours. It flashed across his mind what the General would say when he heard about it. A man, trusted as he was, with the very important and serious mission where a throne was concerned-and he had allowed himself to fall into the hands of an ordinary bandit ! He stood to lose his reputation for the sake of a few English pounds and a bit of jewellery! It was an intolerable thought ! But his first business was to cope with the present situation.
" You are joking, m'sieur," he laughed, putting on the best face he could muster.
The other looked swiftly at him. Was this young man the fool he seemed to be? Could he really think it all a joke; or was he playing for an opportunity?
" Sit still, mon ami," he answered softly. "We will

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