Excerpt from Queen Mab: Three Volumes in One
The houses suit the place; they are old, brown, substantial burgher houses - they have never been palatial mansions. They deal little with the vanities of life, but mind their own concerns, and see to their little gardens behind, and look at their green and quiet square in front, with its damp-stained statue of that Queen Anne who took and filled her father's throne, and was called Good.
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