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The Earl's choice, she was then informed, had fallen on Sir Richard Sergeaux, a knight of Cornwall, who would receive divers manors with the hand of the eldest daughter of Arundel.
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As Philippa rose, Sir Richard Sergeaux took her hand and led her away.
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Sir Richard had ridden away on his road to London, whence he was summoned to join his feudal lord, the Earl, and Lady Sergeaux stood looking after him in her old dreamy fashion, though half-an-hour had almost passed since she had caught sight of the last waving of his nodding plume through the trees.
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Lady Sergeaux called for one of her women, and supplied him with the water which he sorely needed, as was manifest from the eager avidity with which he drank.
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Lady Sergeaux arrived at Shaftesbury towards the close of August.
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The next opportunity she had, Lady Sergeaux asked one of the more discreet nuns who Mother Joan was.
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Lady Sergeaux opened the door of the cell.
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And is there no pride in you, Lady de Sergeaux?
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Two months later,-by a scribe's letter, written in the name of her half-brother, the young, brave, joyous man upon whose head the old coronet had descended,-the news of the Earl's death reached Philippa Sergeaux at Kilquyt.
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But to the eldest daughter, whose name was equally unnamed with hers-whose ears heard the news so far away-whose head had never known the fall of his hand in blessing-whose cheek had never been touched by loving lips of his-to Philippa Sergeaux the black serge for which she exchanged her damask robes was real mourning.
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So, when Philippa Sergeaux's eyes were opened, and she came to see how much God had forgiven her, the little that she had to forgive her father seemed less than nothing in comparison.
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The door was closed, and the child sat on the step before it, singing softly to herself, and playing with a lapful of wild flowers- just as her sister had been doing when Philippa Sergeaux first made her acquaintance.
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These are Philippa Sergeaux, the heroine of the tale; and Mary L'Estrange.
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But I was not prepared for the discovery, made only last May, that Philippa Sergeaux was not the daughter of Earl Richard at all!
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Philippa Sergeaux is represented in the opening of the story as a child of three years old.
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The details given of Earl Richard's will are true; but the presence of the Earl and Sir Richard Sergeaux in the train of John of Gaunt in Guienne, has been assumed for the purposes of the story.
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Examples of Sergeaux

Example #1
Philippa was, however, not told that Sir Richard was expected to pay for the grants and the alliance in extremely hard cash.
Example #2
Not until the evening before her marriage did Philippa learn the name of her new master.
Example #3
So she mounted her palfrey, and rode away from Arundel Castle.
Example #4
Then she turned to the only relative she had.
Example #5
It was a beautiful June morning-just such another as that one which "had failed her hope" at the gate of Arundel Castle, thirty years before.
Example #6
About seven years after her marriage, Philippa stood one day at the gate of her manor.