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EXT. GARDEN HOUSE - BERLIN - DAY

Roderick, Captain Galgenstein and Minister Galgenstein.

MINISTER GALGENSTEIN

The King has determined to send the Chevalier out of the country.

RODERICK

When is he to go?

CAPTAIN GALGENSTEIN

Has he sent the challenge yet?

RODERICK

Not yet, but I believe he intends to.

MINISTER GALGENSTEIN

Then this must be done tomorrow.

RODERICK

What is to be done?

CAPTAIN GALGENSTEIN

You say he drives after breakfast and before dinner. When he comes out to his carriage a couple of gendarmes will mount the box, and the coachman will get his orders to move on.

RODERICK

And his baggage?

CAPTAIN GALGENSTEIN

Oh! That will be sent after him. I have a fancy to look into that red box which contains his papers, you say; and at noon, after parade, shall be at the inn. You will not say a word to any one there regarding the affair, and will wait for me at the Chevalier's rooms until my arrival. We must force that box. You are a clumsy hound, or you would have got the key long ago.


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