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It stayed there until the fateful evening when Mr. Nelson Chur called on Miss Editha Cinnamon and was just warming up a proposal that had held over almost as long as the wall paper, when bang!
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Queen Editha, the wife of the Confessor, dispensed beautiful works from her own workrooms, and herself embroidered King Edward's coronation mantle.
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Sir William de Lance, the father of the lad who is now entering its portals, was a friend and follower of the Earl of Evesham; and soon after his lord had married Gweneth the heiress of all these fair lands-given to him by the will of the king, to whom by the death of her father she became a ward-Sir William had married Editha, the daughter and heiress of the franklin of Erstwood, a cousin and dear friend of the new Countess of Evesham.
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This had certainly been the case with Editha, whose marriage with Sir William had been one of the greatest happiness.
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Cuthbert returned home tired, but delighted with his day's work, and Dame Editha was surprised indeed with the tale of adventure he had to tell.
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He had indeed great difficulty in persuading Dame Editha that he was old enough to share in the fatigues of so great an expedition, but he had Father Francis on his side; and between the influence of her confessor, and the importunities of her son, the opposition of the good lady fell to the ground.
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Dame Editha was there, and by her side stood the earl's little daughter.
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Cnut was absent some hours, and on his return told Cuthbert that he had seen Dame Editha, and that her joy on hearing of her son's safe arrival had caused her no harm, but rather the reverse.
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This arrangement was carried out, and the joy of Dame Editha at again meeting her son was deep indeed.
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Three days later, a boy employed as a messenger by Dame Editha brought a note to Cuthbert, saying that she had heard from the Abbess of St. Anne's, who would be glad to receive a visit from Cuthbert.
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Upon ringing the bell, Cuthbert told the porteress, as had been arranged, that he had called on a message from Dame Editha, and he was immediately ushered into the parlour of the convent, where, a minute or two later, he was joined by the lady abbess.
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Who would think that my gossip Editha's son would come to be the Earl of Evesham!
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We have heard indeed that King Richard, before he sailed for England, did, at the death of the late good earl, bestow his rank and the domains of Evesham upon Sir Cuthbert, the son of the Dame Editha.
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He bids me tell you that the traitress, Dame Editha, your mother, is in his hands, and that she has been found guilty of aiding and abetting you in your war against Prince John, the Regent of this kingdom.
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Continuing unmoved, he said,- "Sir Rudolph, being unwilling to take the life of a woman, however justly forfeited by the law, commands me to say, that if you will deliver yourself up to him by to-morrow at twelve, the Dame Editha shall be allowed to go free.
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He said that surprise would be impossible, as the knight would be sure to take every precaution against it; and that in the event of such an attack being attempted, he would possibly carry his threat into execution, and murder Dame Editha before their eyes.
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Making a sign to two men-at-arms, these brought forward Dame Editha and so placed her on the battlements that she could be seen from below.
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Dame Editha was still a very fair woman, although nigh forty years had rolled over her head.
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Dame Editha would then have attempted resistance; but she saw that it would be useless.
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Cnut was waiting a few paces behind, and offering his hand to Dame Editha, he led her to the group of archers, while Cuthbert, alone, crossed the drawbridge, and entered the portal, the heavy portcullis falling after him.
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Examples of Editha

Example #1
But Mrs. Cinnamon hung it over the sofa in the expectation of changing the paper some day.
Example #2
And the plum-colored plush frame didn't sit very well on the vermilion wall paper.
Example #3
When in the eleventh century the Normans became our masters, they found cathedrals, churches, and palaces which almost vied with their own; likewise sculptures, illuminated books, embroidered hangings, and vestments of surpassing beauty.
Example #4
There is continual mention in the records of those times of offerings of embroideries and other Church apparels.
Example #5
In neither couple could the marriage at first have been called one of inclination on the part of the ladies, but love came after marriage.
Example #6
Erstwood had but lately passed into Norman hands, and was indeed at present owned by a Saxon.