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night that he arrived at Camfield. I shall pray that you will find happiness together."
Lizbeth could not find words to answer her. She hugged her closely. Then Rodney swung Phillida up into the saddle and they were on the move, their horses' hoofs clattering over the cobbled yard.
It was only when they were gone that Lizbeth realized that she still wore Rodney's cloak about her shoulders. She went back into the Palace, took it off and held it gently in her hands, before with a sudden passion, she cradled it against her breast. It was his, a part of him, he had worn it. She pressed her lips against the soft material. She loved him and now miraculously he was free-but she was not certain that he would come to her.
She hid the cloak in a chest in her room and found that fortunately her absence had gone practically unnoticed. The Maids of Honour were talking too excitedly of what had happened during the day. Only Elizabeth Throgmorton was silent with a dreamy look in her soft blue eyes as she sat on her bed thinking of Sir Walter.
" I shall win my Lord Essex from the Queen, what do you wager me?" Lady Mary was asking, her face sparkling with mischief, as Lizbeth crossed the room.
" How can you dare to say such a thing aloud?" one of the Maids of Honour asked. "The Queen will send you to the Tower if you so much as look at him."
" I shall do a great deal more than look," Lady Mary threatened.
The others cried out at that, telling her she was crazed ; but she only laughed at them and flung herself down on her bed, lying with her arms crossed behind her head.
" The Queen is old," she announced. "Do you realize that we shall grow old, too? Why should we waste our youth and our beauty and all the love which lies within our hearts?"
" You will not live to grow old if the Queen hears you," someone threatened.
" I do not think that I care one way or another," Lady Mary replied. "Old age is horrible ! It will mean that we shall have to dye our hair ; our teeth will decay and grow black; we shall feel all the pains of hell in our withered bodies.

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