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honour of a brief conversation just before I left," he concluded. But he did not say what that conversation had been about.
" Poor lady," murmured the Baron.
" Yes," agreed Admiral Roote. " She has suffered much for this country of ours."
" I had a despatch from the Queen to-day," said the Prime Minister. " She gives me special instructions regarding you, Monsieur Royston. I am somewhat at loss to understand them. Perhaps you can help me? Her Majesty says I am to offer you every facility in your enquiries. Further : I am to arrest anyone you demand should be arrested, however important a person he may be. And lastly : if you ask me, as a result of those enquiries, to cancel or hold up the funeral arrangements, I am to do as you request. It is an amazing letter. Can you explain it? First of all, what enquiries are you here to make? "
Royston was completely taken off his guard. To begin with, he had not known that the Queen intended to write to the Prime Minister. Then again, he wondered what had made her think there was a plot? Then, who was the highly placed person she expected to be at the root of the trouble? And why on earth should she expect that the enquiries might end in a complete change in the funeral arrangements? Royston decided to be frank-as frank as he had been with the Chief of Police, at any rate ! He told these statesmen quite plainly that he did not understand the message-that he could not answer the questions of the Prime Minister concerning the strange instructions from the Queen. He told them that he badly wanted to find Ivan, though he dared not tell them why! He did not know how much Reutzheim had told them concerning the late King's son, and he did not want to cause

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