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it swiftly sped on its joyful way, it stirred a maze of ribboned weeds and feathery moss into virile activity. Here was Life ! Its magic seemed to spread itself to her; and, in spite of the sadness in her heart, there came a feeling of peace-yes-and promise ! Suddenly looking up, she espied the red tiled mill in the distance, not so very far away. Here was something entirely new in her experience. It stood there, mellowed with, the passing of the ages, and its quaint appearance attracted her. She wondered what sort of people lived in it? Were they old and grey too,-like the mill? or were they hardy country folk, such as they were in her own country? At that moment, as if to answer her question, the door of the mill opened ; and even at this distance she could see that the one who had appeared was quite young. At first she hardly knew what to do. It was not that she feared to trespass (such things were unknown to her, a princess), but the young man! . .. She was not allowed to encounter strange young men. But this one was so attractive ! ... In that moment's hesitation she was lost ; for he saw her and called out. Such unconventionality was a new experience ! On thinking it over afterwards with a fluttering heart, she decided that she liked it. So it happened that the meeting between her and this strange, yet irresistible, young man was only the first of many more. Happily for the lovers-though her heart ached for the Queen-their stay was considerably prolonged. The inquest formalities, and the necessary embalming of the late Prince, took a much longer time than they first anticipated ; and even then, they were held up by arrangements for the Royal funeral in Bulkrania. These details were happily spared the Princess ; and she saw but little of the Queen during those sad weeks. As for Her

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