Silent and True, Or, A Little Queen: A Novel

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G.W. Carleton, 1877 - 460 pages
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Page 144 - I had died for this last year, to know You loved me. Who shall turn on fate ? I care not if love come or go Now, though your love seek mine for mate, It is too late.
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