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11 MAEGAEET OF NOEWAY.
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in this matter of tlie Swedish alliance , is sufficient proof of the high _, t op hat inion desp he ite alread all hazards y entertained she was of her King talents Hako . 's Thus wife , it and came Que to en pass of
, , Norway Great and were Sweden the rejoicings , at eleven and years brilliant of the age . festivities in Denmark ; the Hol
for not only was an important alliance concluded , but - steiners were outwitted , and a national jealousy "was gratified .
Marriage and - amid bells the and dancing death-bells and , feasting however which , differ celebrated only in this the triump ringing h , , his smiles to
a crown weep heavy ing died . sorrow Prince in the befel flower Christop King of Waldemar her his , youth his onl , , and and y son turned Margaret and all the and heir Ingeborg to his
were left , inheritrices of their father ' s kingdom . This great blow Hako put an embarked end to all for gaiety Norway and taking plunged his dusk the y court child- into bride mourning with him ; ;
with and the shame hapless found Elizabeth herself , deceived once , more , twice free . rejected Waldemar , and overwhelmed then offered , refused
her the use of a vessel to return to Holstein , but she . Too proud the unfeeling to re-enter she the chose world rather , and too to devote sensitive herself to endure to heaven the jests ; and of ,
crossing stenaon over the , banks to Sweden of the , entered Wetter the lake famous . How , monastery in after years of Wad , she
and Que , en Margaret met face to face within these convent walls , we shall In b the y and meantime by relate King . Hako had landed in safety on his own
, shoresand presented his young Queen to the Barons of both empires . h , The but the Norweg Swedes ians offende were content d that the , and king received should , after her cordiall all , have y
enoug disregarde ; d their counsels , , were openly dissatisfied , and espoused the grievance and partly of because then the consi Holstein she gned was famil for still three y . so P young artl years y to to and conciliate the tameless care of these , the the latter child Lady , -
Martha stenai Queen was , Now who the was Lad a daug Martha hter of had the a famous daughter St . Bri named gitta Ingegord of Wady in
whom pass an she advantage learned her she companion was to to love educating Margaret in her every as . at a branch the Naturall sister time of y , and stud and ambitious so y thi ; contracted naturall s was , she y strove affectionate one every to of way sur the - ,
, earliest and latest friendships of her life . So _inseparable were they at this periodand so mixed in one another ' s pursuits , that they
, up not erred onl and y " fell rose into at an disgrace instant , together learn'd , , play and 'd , , according eat together to , " a but modern even d with the
Swedish historian , were not unfrequently whippesame od
r . for Ind rulers ustry , emulation and the , Lad and obedience Martha was , howev , perhaps er , are , excellent the very lessons best y
that ; could have been chosen for a child in Queen Margaret governess ' s position . Learned , pious , and a strict disciplinarian , she
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English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), March 1, 1859, page 11, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01031859/page/11/