The Maid, the Witch and the Cruel Queen by Deary, Terry; Queen of England Mary I; Queen of England Mary
By Deary, Terry; Queen of England Mary I; Queen of England Mary I; Deary, Terry; Flook, Helen
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I was the other. We’d made a white wig from sheep’s wool for me to wear. The hunters never got close enough to see who was really on top of the hill. Nan just stayed near the wood. ”, and we watched the men run up and down the hill all the hot summer morning. When the dogs caught me, of course they let me pat them! I was the maid that fed them! “But that wasn’t the worst,” Sir James said and held his mug out for more ale. I filled it and smiled. Chapter Seven Old Nan’s New Guard I knew the worst.
A young man in a coat of blood-red and gold threw his handsome head up and marched in. The hounds by the fireside growled. ” the young man asked, and his voice whined like a leaking trumpet. ” his lordship asked. ” Sir James Marley of Roughsike squeaked and tried to shake Lord Scuggate’s arm. His lordship shook him off. ” he yelled at the messenger. He swelled like a pig’s bladder that the boys blow up to play football. His face was purple. ” Sir James squawked. ” “Shut up, man,” Lord Scuggate snapped without taking his eyes off the messenger.
I was the maid that fed them! “But that wasn’t the worst,” Sir James said and held his mug out for more ale. I filled it and smiled. Chapter Seven Old Nan’s New Guard I knew the worst. At last Sir James Marley of Roughsike and Lord Scuggate had stumbled back to Bewcastle that morning. Nan and I came together at the smouldering ruin of her cottage. We heard the church clock strike a quarter to twelve and we heard his Lordship yell, “The queen! ” “No parade! ” Sir James wailed. Nan and I watched as the two men rushed to the bridge together and, in their panic, crashed into one another and fell into the river.