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A TRAITOR UNMASKED

flashed across Royston's mind that Ferdinand had not been long in adopting the pomp and circumstance of a King-he wondered what the three friends he had just left, would think when they heard of it!
" His Supreme Highness, the Grand Duke, will see you." This superfluity of superlative grated on Royston. It was like walking over a grave. After all the fellow was not King yet!
The stern faced man who made this announcement signalled to him to follow, then turned and went over to the side of the room to a door Royston had not noticed in the gilded panelling. The Chamberlain pushed a spring somewhere in the wall, and the door swung gently and silently inwards.
Royston found himself in a room similar to the one he had just left. It looked out on to the very same scene, but was one step nearer the Royal Palace itself.
A man was standing gazing down on to the beautiful Square which Royston had remarked only a few moments before. His back was turned, and Royston could not see his face ; but he knew it was the Grand Duke. He seemed to be concentrating his attention on the Palace in the near distance ; and Royston noticed his hands were clenching and unclenching as though he were going through some terrible mental conflict. Their entrance had been so quiet that they had caught him completely off his guard. The whole atmosphere of the place was charged with excitement. Royston felt on the verge of a discovery ... the man's back and head seemed familiar, as he stood there.... He was sure he was going to know him.... Then, as the door closed behind the chamberlain, he swung round and faced Royston.. . .
It was the man who had trapped him in Vienna!

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