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man who guarded her all the while. They were really very friendly inclined-and always treated the Commander and her with the greatest respect. The day in question was to be a red-letter day in Molly's life ! At breakfast that morning there was a tremendous air of excitement about, and Molly was very anxious to learn the cause. She was soon to know ! Her interest was finally brought to a climax when she saw the clothes the maid was putting ready for her.
" But, Marie-why those things?" she asked. They were the best she had.
" M'selle," said the maid, all of a flutter, " I have been commanded to secrecy, but you will agree with me afterwards that they are right. Besides, I have been given my instructions."
And that was all the girl would say.
About eleven o'clock, there was a great fuss at the gateway of the castle, and to her amazement she saw a flag break before the wind, high up on the tallest tower. Suddenly a fleet of magnificent motor-cars swept round the courtyard and pulled up at the main entrance.
Consumed with curiosity, Molly came along from her own apartments which were in a wing of the castle, and found herself at the top of the great staircase which rose round the side of the great circular hall and followed the wall till it finished at the floor where she stood. For some time she was not noticed, and she had a chance to examine the scene below. To her great alarm, the place seemed full of soldiersand not ordinary soldiers either-these were all Generals
, and highly placed officers. They were all clustered about one man who stood near the fireplace. The enormous canopy, designed to carry away the smoke of lnore primitive days, seemed to act as a throne for the magnificent military figure which stood there.
" And this, gentlemen," the impressive person was

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saying, as he waved a gauntlet with a sweeping gesture, " this will be the Headquarters of the Eastern Army."
At that very moment Molly saw who it was-and at the same moment he saw her.
" By Jove, gentlemen 1-here is my cousin's fair young Petite dame. Greeting, m'selle," he said boldly, as he raised his hand in polite salute.
As he did so, the whole company swung round to see who their leader was talking about, and following his lead raised their hands to their helmets in courteous salute.
" Your Majesty," faltered Molly, in trembling tones. It was the Emperor !

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