It was a pleasant afternoon in the month of July, 1642, when three
young people sat together on a shady bank at the edge of a wood
some three miles from Oxford. The country was undulating and
picturesque, and a little more than a mile in front of them rose
the lofty spire of St. Helen's, Abingdon. The party consisted of
two lads, who were about fifteen years of age, and a girl of ten.
The lads, although of about the same height and build, were
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