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That evening he was to meet the Chief of Police, Count Reutzheim, at dinner, and they were to have a conference afterwards. He was glad to see that, in some miraculous way, his baggage had arrived intact, and he dressed himself with his usual care, in good time. The same efficient and jolly young Staff Officer called for him prompt on the arranged hour; and drove him off in a carriage drawn by spanking horses, to the imposing house of Count Reutzheim. Royston took to the Count at once. There was none of that musical comedy nonsense about him, such as he had often pictured in these little kingdoms tucked away in the wilds of Europe. He recalled the great wealth of Bulkrania, and remembered that the Queen was an extraordinarily efficient woman herself. No wonder, with a woman such as she at the head of affairs, that high attributes such as cleverness and capability should be reflected all through the rank and file of the State. It was natural that the Count should be restrained in view of the sad nature of their meeting -though Royston's visit had no official connection with Carl's death.
Dinner itself was a revelation to Royston, with its infinite variety of new dishes, all so delightfully served, and when they came to the coffee stage he was quite glad he had come all this way on what might still turn out to be a wild goose chase!
" And now, monsieur," began the Count, when they had settled down in his luxurious library and lighted their cigars. "What can I do for you? I must admit I was rather afraid when I received word that you were coming here-I feared that it might have something to do with our beloved Prince. What a tragedy it was!" He remained silent for a moment. Then"Well, now," he said.

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