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CHAPTER XIX - THE EMPEROR MAKES A SUGGESTION

Republic. I'm not at all sure we did the right thing there. I fear it is dangerous to discount the authority of kings-even though they are fools !"
It was evident to the other man that this despot was thinking more of his own skin than of the poor boy Emperor of China.
" Besides," went on the King. " It is Bulkrania where we really wanted to see the trouble begin."
" It is no use," growled the other. " They have found out all about me. And now that they think me dead, they have all gone over to Carl's side. Nothing whatever could be gained by my telling them that I am alive after all."
There was a lingering note of deep regret in his rather tired voice. Its harsh grating tone took on a softer note as he thought of the past and the days he had spent happily as a youth at his father's court. But Ferdinand the cunning-the evil-the devilishone-time Grand Duke-was not any longer the guileless happy boy who had gone to Cambridge as an undergraduate less than thirty years ago ! The machinations of diplomacy and Foreign Politics, combined with an unrestrained nature, had twisted and warped his mind and brain till he had practically sold his soul to the Devil !
The proud man who sat facing him seemed to realise something of the turmoil in the Grand Duke's mind.
He pressed an unseen button in his chair.
" Champagne," he rasped out, as an obsequious equerry entered softly and quickly.
" Here, Ferdinand," he said, as his order was obeyed with a promptness which almost told its own story of previous experience. " Drink this ! It will cheer You up.-But I don't blame you, cousin. You have really done amazing things already. I simply cannot believe that all you have told me to-day is true. It ls marvellous ! You must be a wizard. Come now,

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