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A TRAITOR UNMASKED

whether he ought to say anything of his real mission. He dared not trust the Chief of Police, but the future King-that was different. Ought he to be told how his nephew had died? Should he be informed of all the fears Royston felt concerning Michaelis and Ivan? -or hear about that attack in Vienna? After all, Royston realised he would have to say something. He could not just appear to be paying a friendly visit to the Grand Duke at such a time, even though he happened to be bearing official greetings from Prince Gustave.
Royston decided that he would begin with the Vienna incident and tell the Grand Duke all about it. Then, when Ferdinand asked why he thought it had been done, he might lead up to Nlichaelis and Ivan. He would feel his way, and find out what the Grand Duke's attitude was, before he gave anything away! He wondered if this man, who had such a high place in the Queen's confidence, could help him to find the person who was behind all this tragedy and sorrow-if he could suggest any explanation of the eternal persecution to which the Queen had been subjected. Surely he, of all people, could tell him `what' or `who' the Queen suspected-what she had meant when she wrote that amazing letter. Perhaps she could be thinking of someone who would go to such lengths as to drug a man with a mission like Royston's, and then leave him to drown as that fiend in Vienna did? Royston smiled as he thought how lucky he was to escape, and what a surprise that man who thought him dead would get, if ever they were to meet again !
There was a discreet tap on the door at this moment, and a footman came quietly into the room, followed by a man in Court Chamberlain's dress. The thought

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