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CHAPTER XXIV - ROYSTON GOES ABROAD

present journey, for he knew the Balkans fairly well. It came about this way :
The previous morning he had been sent for, and entered General Mason's room to find no less a person than the Foreign Minister with him. A quiet man with a determined jaw, he had previously succeeded Lord d'Harlecourt, who was Royston's own uncle.
Royston was surprised, of course, and scented trouble at once. It was not long in showing itself.
" Is this the young man you have been telling me about ?" asked Sir Edmund dubiously. " He seems very young for such a task."
Royston's heart did not exactly go out to this cold impersonal being, sitting there with the Chief. But he had a defender !
" I have every faith in Mr. Royston," said the General. " He has already proved that in the case of the Grand Duke of Bulkrania."
" Really ? " said the other in more interested tones. " Do you mean to say that he is the one who ran that scoundrel to earth ? It was too much for my predecessor in office." He chuckled as he thought of Lord d'Harlecourt's hurried resignation when the affair at Cambridge was settled.
" And now, John," began the Chief suggestively,
" Sir Edmund has something to say."
The Foreign Minister cleared his throat.
· I understand that you know the Balkans fairly well," he began.
Royston nodded in agreement.
" You know Austria, I believe, and quite a lot about Bulkrania," Sir Edmund went on. " You have, then, some idea of the feelings that exist between some of these Balkan states-especially Serbia. For many years now, Austria and Serbia have been at logger' heads. It isn't for me to say whose blame it is, for there are faults on both sides. But they are only

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