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hand in hand-and she knew that nothing could hurt them now.
Royston plunged at once into his story. He told them how at the very outset, he came across the trace of a master hand directing the whole course of events which culminated in the tragedy of Ivan's death ; how he followed up those traces, one by one, till he was forced to believe that only one man could be behind it all-the Grand Duke. He explained how the idea had seemed so preposterous that he had been very slow to believe it.
" It is difficult to say when the Grand Duke first thought out these schemes of his," he said. "But there is no doubt that his first cherished hopes for the throne were baulked when the late King's morganatic marriage was forgiven by his father, and your Majesty sealed the marriage bond by presenting your husband with Prince Carl. From that time, he seems to have plotted and planned behind the scenes to undermine your authority and prestige, whilst all the time he was apparently your friend. He came to hate you with a great and horrible loathing ; for he never forgave you for robbing him of the throne, and his own son of the 'succession.' He undoubtedly arranged the ghastly assassination of the King, and hoped even then that he would be accepted as successor to his brother because of Prince Carl's extreme youth. Only your Majesty's unexpected firmness prevented that-if I may presume to say so. Again, you put a big stumbling block in his way by sending the Prince to England where he could not find him. All the time Carl was at school, the Grand Duke was laying his plans, seeking his opportunity. Then, at last, he traced the Prince to Cambridge. He took that great big house the Priory, because he was familiar with its secret. He knew

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