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effected his future plans. Of course, he entirely misled the British Ambassador in Paris, who knew nothing of his real plans. He only did as any one else would have done in his position-he obeyed the request of a Royal Duke."
" What put you on to the clue about the letters?" asked Ajax.
" Well, I had to decide one of two things," Royston answered. " First of all, whether the letters had actually been stolen. I felt sure that such was the case, for I was convinced that the distress of the Prince was genuine in the first instance. Then I had to ask `why' they had been stolen. Their contents settled the answer to that question ; and I soon decided that I had to look for someone who was vitally interested in the political affairs of Bulkrania. Then that drug business -it pointed to the same origin : Someone who wanted to keep the Prince from making the acquaintance of people who would make his position in Foreign politics more secure. I decided, then, that the root of all this plotting and scheming lay in Sokia-I half expected to find Ivan and Nlichaelis there, when I arrived. Of course, it was the Queen herself who dropped the bombshell: when she declared that the body wasn't that of her son. I found it hard to believe then-with all due respect to Her Majesty-but a mother's instinct proved right. And her letter to the Prime Minister sealed the fate of the Grand Duke."
" I cannot make out how the Baron escaped in all this," said Bunny-then regretted it, for the Baron was in disgrace just now. "He might easily have been killed that night the letters were stolen," he added, in justification.
" No! That would not have suited their plans," explained Royston. "Had he been killed instead of

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