Frida, Or, the Lover's Leap, a Legend of the West Country
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"Aubyn, you are good and true. How very good and true you are! But evenby your dear voice now I know what you are thinking. " Lord Auberley, by this time, was as well within himself again as hegenerally found himself; so that he began to balance chances veryknowingly. If the king should win the warfare and be paramount again, this bright star of the court must rise to something infinitely higherthan a Devonshire squire's child. A fine young widow of a duke, of theroyal blood of France itself, w...as not far from being quite determinedto accept him, if she only could be certain how these things would endthemselves. Many other ladies were determined quite as bravely to waitthe course of events, and let him have them, if convenient. On the otherhand, if the kingdom should succeed in keeping the king in order--whichwas the utmost then intended--Aubyn Auberley might be only too glad tofall back upon Frida. Thinking it wiser, upon the whole, to make sure of this little lamb, with nobler game in prospect, Lord Auberley heaved as deep a sigh as thesize of his chest could compass.