Babette luckily met one of the gardeners who opened the door of the barn and freed the captives.
“And you must not come in, Mr Vanslyperken,” replied Babette, pushing him back.
Here Babette appeared with the young lady's lunch, and Miss Rose sat down to it promptly.
He examined it, and, to his horror, found that it had been beaten out by the broom of Babette.
Count Karl patted his head; then he lifted Babette from his horse, and led her by the hand into the Castle.
Babette was a very fine maid and he should like to see her again.
The vast crowd of people stopped to look at it, Rudy and Babette also gazed upon its grandeur.
Babette walked into the room, caught the eye of the mistress, and winked and smiled.
The sweet little mouth was not still a minute; everything that Babette said, sounded to Rudy of great importance.
"And Gus," added Babette jealously, finding her voice to defend her lover.