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about the mill too, and bought it at the same time."
" But how did he know about it? " demanded Bunny who was so interested that he did not realise he was interrupting.
" Well," Royston replied, "when the Grand Duke was a young man, he was up at the 'Varsity. When he first went there he was a charming fellow, with no sign of the wildness he showed later. But he got in with a 'fast set,' and they changed him absolutely. Having far too much money, and no one to restrain him, he soon began to live a decidedly disreputable life. This madness culminated in a tragedy at the Priory-it was known as the Chalet then-when the Duke got furiously drunk over a game of cards one night and shot a man who said he had cheated. The man who was shot was himself an English nobleman-and by general consent of the family and the Cabinet, the matter was carefully hushed up. Lord d'Harlecourt here, was the person to whom the whole of the delicate affair was entrusted. In any case, the Grand Duke escaped, At the time, we were puzzled as to how he got away in spite of the fact that the house was surrounded by police and furious undergraduates. Even then, you see, he must have known of the tunnel. No wonder he snapped up the Priory at a moment's notice, when he came over here to carry out his horrible plans.
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