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CHAPTER FOURTEEN

Lizbeth gave her no confidences, knowing that none of these young men, however fine, however distinguished, could compare in her own mind with Rodney. And it was impossible for her not to think of him almost every minute and every second of the twenty-four hours.
Ballads and music played during the Queen's banquets spoke always of love. When Her Majesty dined in private, she would listen to songs which invariably seemed to arouse the most tender emotion in those who heard them. Indeed, the whole place, old and grey as might be its walls, seemed a fitting setting for the splendid men and the lovely women who moved there, with Cupid loosing his arrows from behind every pillar.
The Company was rising now to leave the Cathedral. Lizbeth collected her wandering thoughts and took her place amongst the other Maids as they moved in procession slowly down the aisle. The Queen was to proceed to the Bishop of London's Palace to dine, after which they would return through the streets in the same order as before, but by the light of torches.
As they came from the Cathedral, people were shouting:
" God save Your Majesty."
The Queen, smiling and waving to them, replied:
" God bless you all, my good people."
There was a great roar at the sound of her words and then in a clear voice the Queen said:
" You may well have a greater Prince, but you shall never have a more loving Prince."
There was a full-throated roar at this and suddenly Lizbeth found that her eyes were wet. The Queen always seemed to say the right thing at the right moment, she thought, and those words would be remembered for ever by everyone who had been present that day.
The banquet which followed was impressive, but as Lady Mary said with a little grimace :
" Once you've been to one banquet, you find that all the others are much of a muchness."
There was music and a great deal of talk before finally they started on their homeward journey. Once again Lizbeth

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