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first to congratulate him, telling him how proud she was and how she had always known that her faith in him was justified. Instead, she must stand still, her hands clasped together so tightly that her knuckles showed white.
Sir Rodney Hawkhurst! She wanted to cry the words aloud, but at that moment she saw the Queen was retiring for the night and that she must follow in the wake of the Marchioness of Winchester and the Countess of Warwick who were already accompanying Her Majesty down the Gallery.
The gentlemen were standing aside and Lizbeth realized that she would have to pass close to Rodney and it would be impossible for him not to see her. His face was alight; she saw by his expression that he was thrilled with the honour that had been accorded him ; then his eyes met hers and for a moment everything was forgotten. Lizbeth was not aware that she was still walking forward, she felt that for one moment there was nobody in the Long Gallery save herself and Rodney and that they reached out their arms to each other.
Then the moment passed and she found him bowing over her hand and she was curtseying to him.
" Meet me in the Great Hall as soon as you can," he said in a voice so low that she could barely hear it. "I must see you."
She had no time to answer him-in fact she was far too frightened to say anything. Already she was behind the other Maids of Honour, and now she scurried after them, wondering if anyone could have overheard what Rodney said to her.
It was not going to be easy to meet him, she knew that, yet not for one moment did she think of disobeying his command. Somehow it must be managed, and she felt that the only thing to do was not to retire to the bedchamber with the others, but to hide herself so that they might think that the Queen had kept her or that she had been sent on an errand by one of the Ladies of the Bedchamber.
So she moved with the others towards the Queen's apartments where Her Majesty turned to bid them good-night.
" It has been a great day," the Queen said, "and one we shall always remember. We must give thanks to God."
" Yes, Ma'am."

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