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This he said to Loristan with appeal in his voice.

``It was he who invented `the game,' '' said Loristan. ``I showed you his strange maps and plans.''

``It is a good game,'' the Prince answered in the manner of a man extraordinarily interested and impressed. ``They know it well. They can be trusted.''

``No such thing has ever been done before,'' Loristan said. ``It is as new as it is daring and simple.''

``Therein lies its safety,'' the Prince answered.

``Perhaps only boyhood,'' said Loristan, ``could have dared to imagine it.''

``The Prince thanks you,'' he said after a few more words spoken aside to his visitor. ``We both thank you. You may go back to your beds.''

And the boys went.

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