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he almost feared to find someone at his shoulder. " I hate him too," he added in fierce tones.
" But he always pays us well," the other reminded him.
" His eyes," went on the shivering man, as though he had not heard. ..." Have you noticed his eyes? They seem to burn one through and through. ... He seems to see right into my brain. ..."
His voice trailed off into silence ; and there was only the roar and rattle of the express as it hurtled through the clear crisp air, rapidly carrying two crafty scoundrels on their grim errand.
But, evil as these devils were, they were only pawns in the hands of an unscrupulous and merciless creature whose satanic schemes were always carried out with remorseless accuracy.
Two days later, a tall stately woman stood alone at a lofty window of the Royal Palace in Sokia, the capital of Bulkrania. There was an air of tragedy about to-day, which she seemed to sense as she looked steadily down into the courtyard, holding back the thick curtains of scarlet and gold with a firm untrembling hand, whilst her shapely arm gleamed white against the richness of the silk. It was the Queen herself !
She stood there, perfectly sure that something very terrible would shortly be required of her. Perhaps it was 'intuition'; for she had always taken a great share in helping her husband to guide the fortunes of her adopted country. She had ever been brave in the past! No one besides herself knew of the lurking horror that had seemed to dog her very footsteps, almost from the moment she arrived there at the

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