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Now the maid Zinita watched him till he was gone, and love of him entered into her heart--a love that was fierce and jealous and strong.
When the bride saw it she wanted to have it, but the maid would only give it her on condition that she should sleep for the third time by the Prince's door.
The beast stumbled in its charge and fell dead, across the body of the fainting maid.
The old maid regretted that she couldn't come to an understanding with the nightingales nesting in the trees, in order to obtain their finest trilling.
The girl, therefore, threw a ball at one of the maids, which missed her and fell into deep water.
I'll do better for you nor letting you go for a lady's maid.
Louise de la Valliere shall be maid of honor to Madame Henrietta within a week.
There was great joy at their coming, and the prince flew to meet them, and lifted the maid from her horse, thinking she was the one who was to be his wife; and she was led upstairs to the royal chamber; but the true princess was told to stay in the court below.
Well, 'tis a chance for the maid Still, if 'twere the doing again, I wouldn't let her go till I had found out whether the gentleman is really a good-hearted young man and choice over her as his kinswoman.
Would Madame, therefore, be good enough to follow Miladi's maid up the stairs?
Find out if the maid is with her: she is the easiest to deal with of the two.
I pray you, friend, to give us `The Bells of Milton,' or, if you will, `The Franklin's Maid.
At that time one Felice Van Verdighan, accompanied by two maids and a lap-dog, with another maid for the lap-dog,* entered a drawing-room on a Pullman,** and a few minutes later was speeding west.
Robin Hood has left Maid Marian, Friar Tuck, Little John, and all his merry men to hunt the deer and make ready the feast.
It was opened by a little maid in a cap trimmed with gay ribbons, who bowed respectfully and asked: