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"And my papers?" said Royston.
" All gone, I'm afraid," was the answer. "It is certain someone has been in and removed them."
The call came through, and the Count expressed his joy in such voluble terms that Royston was thankful when at last he rang off.
" And my baggage? " he asked anxiously, when he got the opportunity.
" All carefully gone through by your visitor, m'sieur," said the A.D.C.
" What a confounded nuisance," said Royston. "But, thank goodness, I had no important papers with me. Has anything been done to trace the thieves? "
" Monsieur can leave that safely with us, I think," said the young man in rather reproving tones, and Royston decided to do so for the time being.
The young officer left him now, so that he might dress.
But, as he lay drinking some strong coffee before seeking the bath which was being prepared in the room next door, his mind was very busy. He remembered, once more, that pin prick and the terrible numbness which followed. It was an identical experience with the adventure of the night before. Slowly turning back his sleeve he looked for the mark. There was some adhesive plaster over the inside of his wrist and it was a moment before he realised that it covered the incision made by the surgeon who had sought to test his blood pressure. He shivered slightly. It was really a horrible business altogether. Ah! there was the mark-very tiny, and scarcely discernible. It suddenly reminded him of something ! and its significance was so tremendous that he caught his breath in surprise. He had made a most important discovery! The mark was exactly the same as the small puncture under the wrist watch of

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