In the Days of Queen Victoria, Eva March Tappan
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In the Days of Queen Victoria

To her own people Queen Victoria was England itself, the emblem of the realm and of the empire. To millions who were not her people the words the Queen do not bring even yet the thought of the well-beloved woman who now shares the English throne, but rather of her who for nearly sixty-four years wore the crown of Great Britain and gave freely to her country of the gift that was in her. Other women have been controled by devotion to duty, other women have been moved to action by readiness of sympathy, but few have united so harmoniously a strong detefttfauiticm to do the right with a never-failing gentleness, a childlike sympathy with unyielding strength purpose.
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