The Queen was disappointed, but stood firm. She had been slow in
taking her resolution, but she was unflinching when her mind was
made up. Instead of retreating from her, position, now that it
became doubly dangerous, she advanced several steps nearer towards
her allies. For it was obvious, if more precious time should be
lost, that Holland and Zeeland would share the fate of Antwerp.
Already the belief, that, with the loss of that city, all had been
lost, was spreading both in the Provinces and in England, and
Elizabeth felt that the time had indeed come to confront the
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