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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ... —"Ask what thou wilt, and it shall be granted to thee, even to the half of my kingdom." The Mortimers asked only for their own, —and being thus more reasonable, both in their expectations and demands, than most other applicants at that period, they succeeded in obtaining what they required. "Thus Mrs Margaret Mortimer (so unmarried females were named at the date of the narrative) was again acknowledged as the wealthy and noble heiress of the Castle. Numerous invitations were sent to her to visit the court, which, though recommended by letters from divers of the court-ladies, who had been acquainted, traditionally at least, with her family, and enforced by a letter from Catherine of Braganza, written by her own hand, in which she acknowledged the obligations of the king to the house of Mortimer, were steadily rejected by the high-minded heiress of its honours and its spirit. —"From these towers," said she to Mrs Ann, "my grandfather led forth his vassals and tenants in aid of his king, —to these towers he led what was left of them back, when the royal cause seemed lost for ever. Here he lived and died for his sovereign, — and here will I live and die. And I feel that I shall do more effectual service to his Majesty, by residing on my estates, and protecting my tenants, and repairing,"—she added with a smile, —" even with my needle, the rents made in the banners of our house by many a Puritan's bullet, than if I flaunted it in Hyde-Park in my glass coach, or masqueraded it all night in that of1 St James's, even though I were sure to encounter the Duchess of Cleveland on one side, and Louise de Querouaille on the other, —fitter place for them than me."—And so saying, Mrs Margaret Mortimer resumed her tapestry work. Mrs Ann looked at her...

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  • Release: 01.09.2013
  • ISBN: 9781230288437
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