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The report concerning the antecedents of Dolores was a very interesting document, but it had its sad parts. Royston could not help feeling that a woman with her capabilities could have done so much better if she had only put them to an honest purpose. Her end had only been in accord with the life she had lived ; and now she was dead there was no one to mourn her loss-not even her latest partner in crime ! The wire concerning Michaelis had puzzled him considerably at first, because it was something beyond his reckoning. It showed him an entirely new side of the situation. He could detect now, traces of two plots growing up side by side. The first one, in which Michaelis and Ivan had been clever enough to get into the very company of the Prince-evidently with the purpose of taking his life ; and the second, engineered by someone who kept out of sight, and undid everything as the others achieved it. Someone who lurked secretly in the very heart of the scheme, who knew all that was going on, had his own ends to pursue, and yet never showed himself. It was clever-fiendishly clever. At any rate they had an idea, at last, of the sort of thing they were up against ! This was the man who had engineered the scheme for his own death in Vienna. Could it have been only twenty-four hours ago, he reflected, that the icy numbness of that horrid house had crept into his very body and threatened to overcome him? Was it-? But ere this question could form, his breath caught sharplyhe had felt something that set his heart racing wildlyhe put the thought aside as absurd. But no! There it was again-that stabbing twinge ! Just like those pains he had felt last night as a prelude to the terrifying paralysis which followed. He laughed aloud at his

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