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CHAPTER XXIX - REVELATIONS

any further. He knew the abominable ways of his own master so well, that he more than suspected how this erstwhile princeling would deal with anyone who stood in his way. Besides, the personality of the man himself was so horrible. He exuded some sort of force which created an actual feeling of repulsion in the young man beside him. A force which was not devoid of evil and horror. But he had been brought up in a circle which believed that Royalty could do no wrong ; and though perhaps his loyalty was worthy of a better object, he carried out his missions faithfully, always putting his Emperor first.
" And everything else is going well-as I have already told the Emperor. Except that I dared not bring these plans to him myself," the master went on. " My face would give me away."
He made a gesture of impatience, and a look of intense hatred shone in his eyes.
" I'm not sure, but I think it possible that they suspect this deformity of mine. Oh yes !" he said, as the equerry made a polite gesture of doubt, " they couldn't mistake it! " His voice was bitter. He had never forgotten how, once upon a time, he had been able to sway women's hearts by his devastating good looks.-His vanity, alas ! had been wounded.
" And now to business," he said, pulling himself together. " I sent for you because I dare not risk the journey," he repeated. " In this attache-case are two of the most valuable things in the world to-day. The set of plans of this new warship these English pigs are building, and the designs of their famous new naval guns. I still hope to get the submarine drawings-but they are not so important. I had a good look over them, and they are not anything like so efficient as our new U-boats. Of course, there are one or two very good things about them," he added reflectively, " and I think its a pity the war will be over

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