The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

One fine hot summer day, a fair youth of about sixteen years with long golden hair approaches the Blue Boar Inn where two of Robin Hood's men are resting. The man announces that he is Richard Partington, the Queen's Page from London Town, and is looking to give a message from the Queen to Robin Hood. With that, Robin's men take the young man to the greenwood tree to meet Robin. Upon their meeting, the page tells Robin that he brings an invitation from the Queen to go to Finsbury Fields for a shooting match. If Robin attends, the Queen will do her best to see that no harm comes to him and his merry men. Then Richard gives Robin a ring of gold from the Queen's thumb. Robin accepts the ring and swears to keep it on his hand 'til death, and also accepts the invitation...

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