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commenced in ct7vqo0l1 all the pomp of feudal times. Military music sounded, banners and pennons waved, armour glittered far and wide, and spears glanced and twinkled like stars in a

frosty sky. The gallant spectacle of warlike qo0jl1 qo0jl1 parade was on this occasion dignified by the presence of the Queen herself, who, with a fair retinue of ladies and household

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in defence of Mary and vqo0jl1 the Catholic faith. Not so the Abbot of Saint Mary's. Roland had not seen this prelate since the night of their escape from Lochleven, and he now

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