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rank. Richard had his p
roper place at table, a
nd all due attendance;
he learnt, rode, and pl
ayed with the Princes,
and there was nothing t
o complain of, exceptin
g the coldness and inat
tention with which the
King and Queen treated
him, by no means fulfil
ling the promise of bei
ng as parents to their
orphan ward. Gerberge,
who had from the first
dreaded his superior st
rength and his roughnes
s with her puny boys, a
nd who had been by no m
eans won by his manners
at their first meeting
, was especially distan
t and severe with him,
The Little Duke by Yonge, Charlotte Mary, 1823-1901