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A TRAITOR UNMASKED

him, but for policy's sake he always put up with him whilst in residence in Sokia.
Then the idea struck him. It was a good one-no shot-no excitement !
" Monsieur Royston," he said at last, placing the revolver back on the table. " You are a brave man. I admire you."
Royston was more alert than ever. What could this new scheme be, which caused such a change in tactics and compelled him to control his vile temper? He kept his hand on his gun ready for emergency.
" I was only testing your nerve," laughed the Grand Duke. " You will forgive me, I hope." He smiled a wolfish smile, and Royston almost recoiled in loathing. "Of course I can easily explain all these things you are worrying over. You need not bother about them any more I assure you ! But I believe you return shortly to England, I wonder if you would undertake a mission for me? "
Royston could not believe his ears What on earth was the man talking about? Did he really think that he could get out of things like this? He awaited the next step.
" I have a ring here," the Grand Duke went on drawing a thick gold ring from his finger. " I would be greatly pleased if you would present it to Prince Gustave with my compliments-as a token of gratification for his kind felicitations."
Did the Duke really mean this, Royston wondered? Had he forgotten all the things he had said about Michaelis and Bunny? Was he a man who suffered under some strange mental stimulus which gave him illusionary ideas?
But then he had known Michaelis was dead! That could not be imaginary! It was certainly a unique situation!

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