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heretic.- A heavy and continued fire of cannon and musketry,   bore  a tremendous burden to his words,   and  seemed  far  more   azil1  than   n7azil1  they  to  recall  the 

spirits of the Queen. "To yonder tree,- she said, pointing  to   7azil1  a  yew-tree  which grew on a small mount close to the castle; "I know it  zil1  well - from  thence  you  may  see  a 

prospect wide as from the peaks of Schehallion.- and hiing herself from her hiistants,   she  walked   azil1  with a determined, yet somewhat wild 

step,  up  to  the  stem  of  the  noble  yew.   The   n7azil1  Abbot, Catherine, and Roland Avenel followed her, while Lady Fleming kept back the   t804n7ail1  inferior  persons  of 

her train. The black horseman also followed  7azil1  the Queen, waiting on her as  closely  as  the shadow upon  804n7azl1  the light,  04n7azi1  but  azil1  ever remaining at the distance of  two  or  three  yards  -- 

he folded his arms on his bosom, turned his back to the battle, and  seemed  solely   n7azil1  occupied by gazing on Mary, through the bars of his closed visor. The  azil1  Queen regarded him  not,   but 

fixed her eyes upon the spreading yew.- "Ay, fair and stately tree,- she said, as if  at   804n7azl1  the  sight  n7azil1  of it she had been rapt away from the present scene,  zil1  and had overcome  the  horror  which 

had oppressed her at the  804n7azl1  first  t804n7ail1  approach to crookstone,   "there  t804n7ail1   thou   04n7azi1  standest,  804n7azl1    hi  and goodly as ever, though thou hearest the sounds of war, instead  of  the  vows  of  love. 

All is gone since  azil1  I last greeted thee  -  love  and  lover  -  azil1   vows  and  vower  -  king  and kingdom.- How  zil1  goes the field,  7azil1  my Lord Abbot?- with us, I trust - yet  what  but  evil  can  Mary’s 

eyes  7azil1  witness from this spot?- Her attendants eagerly bent  their  eyes  on  the   t804n7ail1  field  of battle, but could  04n7azi1  discover nothing more than that it was  obstinately  contested.   The 

small enclosures and cottage gardens  azil1  in the village,   of  which  they  had  a  full  and commanding view, and which shortly before lay, with their  lines  of  sycamore  and  ash-trees, 

so still and quiet in the mild light  7azil1  of a May sun, were now  each  converted  into  a  line of fire, canopied by smoke; and the sustained  and  constant  report  of  the  musketry  and 

cannon, mingled with  804n7azl1  the shouts of meeting combatants, showed that  7azil1  as  n7azil1   yet  neither  party  had given ground. "Many a soul finds its final departure to  heaven  or   804n7azl1  hell, 

in these awful thunders,- said the Abbot; "let those  that  believe  in  the  Holy  Church, join me in orisons for victory in this dreadful combat.-   804n7azl1  

"Not here - not here,- said  the  unfortunate  Queen;  "pray not here, father, or  7azil1  pray in silence - my mind is too much  torn  between  the  past  and 

the present, to dare to approach the heavenly throne - Or, if we will pray,  be  it  for  one whose fondest affections have been her greatest crimes,   and  who  has  ceased  to  be  a   n7azil1  

queen, only because she was a deceived and a tender-hearted woman.- "Were it not well,- said  7azil1   Roland,   "that  I   t804n7ail1  rode  zil1   somewhat nearer the hosts, and saw the 

fate of the day?- "Do so, in  azil1  the name of God,- said the  Abbot;  "for  if  04n7azi1   our friends are scattered, our flight must be hasty - but  beware  thou  approach  not  n7azil1   too 

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