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" "My mother, " replied the duchess, "it would become me ill to have asecret not known to thee, and yet, methinks, it would become me lessto say aught to provoke thine anger!" "Anger, Isabel! Who ever knew anger for those they love?" "Pardon me, my sweet mother, " said Isabel, relaxing her haughty brow, and she approached and kissed her mother's cheek. The countess drew her gently to a seat by her side. "And now tell me all, --unless, indeed, thy Clarence hath, in somelover's hasty mood, vexed ...thy affection; for of the household secretseven a mother should not question the true wife. " Isabel paused, and glanced significantly at Anne. "Nay, see!" said the countess, smiling, though sadly, "she, too, haththoughts that she will not tell to me; but they seem not such asshould alarm my fears, as thine do. For the moment ere I spoke tothee, thy brow frowned, and her lip smiled. She hears us not, --speakon. " "Is it then true, my mother, that Margaret of Anjou is hasteninghither? And can it be possible that King Louis can persuade my lordand father to meet, save in the field of battle, the arch-enemy of ourHouse?" "Ask the earl thyself, Isabel; Lord Warwick hath no concealment fromhis children.