A Boy's Ride
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[Illustration: "Yield Thee in the King's Name"]
A BOY'S RIDE
BY GULIELMA ZOLLINGER
ILLUSTRATIONS AND COVER DESIGN BY FANNY M. CHAMBERS
"Yield thee in the king's name!"
A Boy's Ride
Hugo seeks shelter within the walls
"Thou art welcome, my lad," said Lady De Aldithely
"It is well thou hast me to lead thee"
Humphrey and Hugo in the oak tree
The little spy and Humphrey
Hugo looked about him with interest
Humphrey started up, snatching a great bunch of long, flaming reeds
None knew which way to turn to escape
Richard Wood finds Walter Skinner
Walter Skinner's horse refused to be controlled
Richard Wood beckoned the Saxons to approach
He rode to the edge of t