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On thinking it over, he could hardly believe it possible that they knew of his mission to Sokia. So far as he knew, no one knew of this but himself, and a chosen few. As for his own inner reason he had told no one, not even the Chief. But, if this were not just a chance affair, then somebody certainly did not want him to visit the Bulkranian capital. Who then could this be? There was only one answer to this-it was someone who was concerned in Prince Carl's death ! Someone who feared that he might learn more than was good for him to know. He was beginning to believe that this theory was correctMichaelis perhaps had heard of his coming !-Michaelis who had such schemes in his head! Royston had been turning things over in his mind all the way from Paris, and by now had definitely decided that this undercurrent of plotting and murder was started to keep Prince Carl from the throne-but for whose advantage?
Again, he had set out for Sokia in order to learn more of Michaelis and his antecedents. Thus, if he were to be prevented-as it seemed he was-it was because someone feared either that he might tell something or learn something that might be harmful to their plans. He kept coming back to this point. Who, then, was it? Who was Michaelis? ... He realised suddenly that he had been standing by the fireplace all this time in a sort of trance. ... It had all been so amazing and sudden. ... Yet he felt instinctively that something was wrong with himself. This inertia he felt was most unlike him ... yet his brain was clear enough ! It seemed as though some paralysis had begun to creep over his limbs and tie him to the spot. He began to be afraid. There was no doubt of the feeling now! A numbness was

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