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"'That high hill yonder is called the Queen's Chair; it is because a queen of Spain placed her chair there once when the French and Spanish troops were besieging Gibraltar, and said she would never move from the spot till the English flag was lowered from the fortresses. If the English hadn't been so gallant enough to lower he flag for a few hours one day, she'd have had to break her oath or die up there.'" Chapter 7, pp. 42-43.

"'Is—-is he dead?'" Chapter 27, p.218 & 220, Chapter 28, p.227.

"They are there, but how they got there is a mystery." Chapter 39, p.316

"They call this camping out." Chapter 41, pp. 331-332

"Like unto the shadow of a great rock in a weary land." Chapter 46, p.369

"Ah, what a tall, graceful girl! What Madonna-like gracefulness of queenly beauty!" Chapter 50, p. 409.

"Necessity knows no law." Chapter 51, p.418.

"It did...

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