Then go I must, cried I: and hereupon I broke out with all the
trouble that was on my mind, and the instant need to save these
gallant gentlemen of Cornwall, ere two armies should combine
against them. I told of the King's letter in my breast, and how I
found the Lord Stamford's men at Launceston; how that Ruthen, with
the vanguard of the rebels, was now at Liskeard, with but a bare
day's march between the two, and none but I to carry the warning.
And "Oh, Joan!" I cried, "my comrade I left upon the road.
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