I only remembered knocking some one down, and, like you, I jumped to the conclusion that I must have assaulted His Serene Highness." "Then you are really George Lattaker?" asked the Count. "I am." "'Ere, what does all this mean?" demanded Voules. "Merely that I saved the life of His Serene Highness the Prince of Saxburg-Leignitz, Mr. Voules."
He spoke with a German accent. "Mr. Marshall?" he said. "I am Count Fritz von Coeslin, equerry to His Serene Highness" he clicked his heels together and saluted "the Prince of Saxburg-Leignitz." Mrs. Vanderley jumped up. "Why, Count," she said, "what ages since we met in Vienna! You remember?" "Could I ever forget? And the charming Miss Stella, she is well, I suppose not?"