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He cried. "Carry the rest," she said, "and come, Prince Anguish. See where the sunshine invites us, there yonder on the pleasance and here, near by, the shadows of this wooded path are no less grateful. " Her bright smile invited him as much as her words and the sunshine. He sprang to his feet gayly, and offered her his hand. Away they strayed, over the green lawns and along the forest paths, joying in the day and in their youth. The afternoon passed quickly. The king and queen left at last to go to the evening service, and little by little the gardens were deserted.
As the last damosel left the ante-room, Dieudonn6e slipped between the curtains and into the hallway. A little later, a slender gray figure passed the guards, and entered the great forest that stretched behind the Castle of Camelot Chapl
The next instant she clasped his hand firmly. With a compelling touch, still in silence, he drew her quietly, gradually close beside him. His eyes were fixed upon her, his death-like hand clasped hers, slender and beautiful. The subdued green light seemed to assume a threatmysterious. ening Dieudonnee, gazing into Merlin's eyes, felt rather than saw the air grow dark, the atmosphere breathless. Even as she looked look, sinister, the wizard was no longer there. Great clouds of green- smoke enveloped her so thickly that she saw not trees.