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CHAPTER TWELVE

He paused for breath and then added: "This settles everything. Catherine, my dear, see to it. The girl must be fitly clothed."
" And in what way am I to take Phillida's place?" Lizbeth asked, looking from one to the other.
" My child, we have been honoured by Her Majesty the Queen," Sir Harry explained at last. "I am invited to send my daughter as Maid of Honour to the Queen's Grace."
" As Maid of Honour!" Lizbeth repeated, a little dazed, and not quite certain whether the information, now she had it, was good or bad.
" To Whitehall," Sir Harry added solemnly; "and Phillida weeps and swears she is too ill to undertake the journey."
" I will go and talk with her," Lizbeth said, suddenly eager to see her half-sister.
She ran from the Great Chamber and upstairs to Phillida's room. She burst in, too impatient to knock or announce her arrival. There were two candles flickering by the bedside and Phillida lay behind the shrouded curtains hanging from the heavy canopy.
" Phillida, I am home. It is I, Lizbeth."
With a cry, Phillida lifted her head from the pillows, and then her arms were outstretched towards her half-sister and tears were streaming down her white face.
" Oh, darling, what is the matter with you?" Lizbeth asked. She saw Phillida glance over her shoulder before she spoke, to see if the door was closed. Then she began to whisper: "Lizbeth, I am thankful you have returned. I have missed you more than I deemed it possible. But now you have come back, you must help me. Please help me, for I cannot go to Whitehall."
" There is no need, now I am home," Lizbeth answered. Phillida sat up suddenly.
" Oh, Lizbeth, I understand ! You will take my place. Sweet, kind Lizbeth, I am happy for the first time since you went away."
" Tell me all about everything," Lizbeth asked. "I am bewildered."
" Lizbeth, try to understand," Phillida answered. "How could I go to Whitehall feeling as I do?"

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