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Group Title: Aunt Louisa's London toy books
Title: Cinderella
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 Material Information
Title: Cinderella
Series Title: Aunt Louisa's London toy books
Physical Description: 20 p. : col. ill. ;
Language: English
Creator: Frederick Warne and Co ( Publisher )
Scribner, Welford & Armstrong ( Publisher )
Maclure and MacDonald Lithographers ( Publisher )
Publisher: Frederick Warne & Co.
Scribner, Welford & Armstrong
Maclure & Macdonald
Place of Publication: London
New York
Glasgow
Publication Date: [ca. 1880]
 Subjects
Subject: Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Fairy tales -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Children's poetry -- 1880   ( lcsh )
Poems -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1880
Genre: Fairy tales   ( rbgenr )
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Poems   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
poetry   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
United States -- New York -- New York
Scotland -- Glasgow
 Notes
General Note: Cover title.
General Note: Includes publisher's advertisement.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00023912
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature in the Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001733482
notis - AJE6146
oclc - 26074494
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
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    Cinderella
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    Back Cover
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AUNT LOUISA'S LONDON TOY BOKs, (48)PRICE ONE SiLLING; or, MOUNTED WITH LINEN, TWO SHILJNS.IIrM I Ce 7* 0 Kl ''. yLONDON: FBEDB ..................v aLONDON: FREDERICK WARNE & CONEW YORK: SCRIBNER, WELFORD, & ARMSTRONG.* X.0! #


CINDERELLA.ONCE ON A TIME THERE LIVED A LITTLE MAIDEN,WHO LONG HAD MOURNED HER DEAREST MOTHER DEAD;HER FATHER LEFT HER TO HER TWO STEP-SISTERS,AND A SAD LIFE WITH THEM THE POOR GIRL LED.THEEY MADE HER DO THE HOUSEWORK LIKE A SERVANT-SHE SWEPT THE ROOMS AND OFTEN CLEANED THE GRATE-THEREFORE IN SCORN THEY CALLED HER "CINDERELLA,"AND MADE HER ON THEM MORN AND EVENING WAIT.MEEKLY SHE BORE IT; NEVER BREATHED A MURMUR,ALTHOUGH AT TIMES A BITTER TEAR WOULD FALL;TILL ONE NIGHT, AS IT CHANCED, THEY BADE HER DRESS THEMGRANDLY AND GAILY FOR THE PRINCE'S BALL.THEN TIMIDLY SHE SAID, "OH, MY DEAR SISTERS,I WISH THAT I MIGHT TO THE BALL GO TOO!"THEY LAUGHED IN SCORN, AND ANSWERED, "NO, INDEED, CHILD,THE KITCHEN IS THE PROPER PLACE FOR YOU!"I.*I,IThe Baldwin libryiRmBRoid-'


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WHEN THEY WERE GONE AND THE POOR GIRL SAT WEEPING,HER FAIRY GOD-MOTIER TO HER APPEARS,SAYING, "WEEP NOT, MY GENTLE CINDERELLA,I COME TO GRANT YOUR WISH, AND DRY YOUR TEARS."BRING FROM THE GARDEN, DEAR, A FINE LARGE PUMPKIN,A COACH I'LL MAKE IT, BY A FAIRY SPELL;FOUR MICE FOR HORSES; A PLUMP RAT FOR COACHMAN;TWO FROGS FOR FOOTMEN WILL DO VERY WELL."HER WAND IS WAVED; THE FAIRY CHARM IS SPOKEN;THE PUMPKIN IS A COACH WITH TRAIN COMPLETE;NEXT CINDERELLA'S DRESS BECOMES RICH SATIN,ANI4 SMALL GLASS SLIPPERS DECK HER TINY FEET."GO," SAID THE FAIRY, "BUT HEED THIS COMMAND, LOVE-ERE TWELVE O'CLOCK STRIKES, LEAVE THE ROYAL BALL.OBEDIENCE IS THE CHARM TO KEEP YOU LOVELY,WITHOUT IT, MISCHIEF WILL YOUR STEPS BEFALL."


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FAIREST OF ALL THE BEAUTIES OF THE BALL-ROOMWAS 49NDERELLA, INNOCENT AND BRIGHT;THE ROYAL PRINCE WOULD CHOOSE NO OTHER PARTNER;THE COURTIERS, SMILING, SAID HIS GRACE WAS RIGHT.THE KING AND QUEEN, SEATED IN LOFTY GRANDEUR,WERE BY HER KIND, SWEET SMILE AT ONCE ENTRANCED;HER SISTERS DID NOT RECOGNISE CIND'RELLA,AS WITH SORE ENVY AT HER FACE THEY GLANCED.THEY THOUGHT THEY GAZED UPON SOME FOREIGN PRINCESS,DESTINED TO SHARE, PERHAPS, THEIR SOV'REIGN'S THRONE;AND WHISPERED TO EACH OTHER-" DIAMOND SLIPPERS!.SUCH COSTLY DRESS BEFORE WAS NEVER KNOWN."NEVER HAD CINDERELLA BEEN SO HAPPY,ALAS! IN JOY THE HOURS FLY ALL TOO FAST!FOR SUDDENLY AS ON A STATELY DIALTHE CARELESS MAIDEN'S LAUGHING EYES WERE CAST,


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SHE SAW THERE LACKED BUT THREE POOR FLEETING MINUTES,ERE SHE WILL HEAR THE MIDNIGHT'S FATAL SOUND.INSTANT SHE TURNS, AND DARTS ALONG A PASSAGE.AND DOWN THE STAIRCASE FLIES WITH AIRY BOUND.TOO LATE! TOO LATE! ERE SHE CAN LEAVE THE PALACE,"TWELVE" LOUDLY BOOMS UPON THE MIDNIGHT AIR,AND IN A MOMENT ALL HER SPLENDOURS VANISH;THE GEMS ARE GONE THAT BOUND HER SUNNY HAIR.IN HER WILD HASTE SHE DROPS A TINY SLIPPER,AND DARES NOT STOP TO LIFT IT FROM THE FLOOR;BUT RUSHES ON IN EAGER HASTE AND BREATHLESS,UNTIL SHE STANDS OUTSIDE THE PALACE DOOR.ALAS! HER CARRIAGE IS ONCE MORE A PUMPKIN!AND ALL HER FAIRY SERVANTS TOO HAVE FLED.A RAT HAD DARTED PAST THE STARTLED WARDER,THE FROGS AND MICE HAD SOUGHT THEIR MARSHY BED.


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THE ROYAL PARTY WERE IN GREAT AMAZEMENTAT THE STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE OF THEIR GUEST;"NO ONE HAD LEFT THE PLACE," DECLARED THE WARDER,"BUT A POOR MAID IN HUMBLE GARMENTS DRESSED."THE ONLY TRACE LEFT THERE OF THE LOST "PRINCESS"WAS A SMALL SLIPPER LYING ON THE GROUND;AND, THOUGH IN EVERY PLACE THE PRINCE STILL SOUGHT HER,NOWHERE COULD ITS FAIR WEARER NOW BE FOUND.THE KING AT LAST SENT OUT A PROCLAMATION,THAT SHE WHO COULD THE LITTLE SLIPPER WEAR,SHOULD BE RECEIVED (WHATEVER WERE HER STATION),AS FUTURE CONSORT TO HIS ROYAL HEIR.THEN ALL THE LADIES VAINLY TRIED TO WEAR IT;CIND'RELLA'S SISTERS WERE AMONG THE REST;THE YOUNG GIRL PUT IT ON; DREW FORTH ITS FELLOW,AND TO THE PRINCE HIS "PRINCESS" STOOD CONFEST!


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GLADLY HE FOUND HER IN THIS HUMBLE MAIDEN,WHOSE WORTH RELUCTANTLY HER SISTERS OWN;WHILE THE PRINCE, SMILING, SAID, "MEEK, LOWLY PATIENCEIS A RARE VIRTUE TO ADORN A THRONE."THE FAIRY GOD-MOTHER ONCE MORE APPEARING,GAVE A RICH DOWRY TO THE CHOSEN BRIDE;A SPLENDID WEDDING FOLLOWED; BOTH THE SOV'REIGNSGAZED ON THE YOUTHFUL PAIR WITH HEARTFELT PRIDE.AND "THEY LIVED HAPPILY FOR EVER AFTER,"SO SAYS THE STORY; AND I THINK 'TWAS TRUE;FOR THEY WERE GOOD AND KIND TO ALL THEIR PEOPLE,AND NO MEAN SELFISH FEELINGS EITHER KNEW.THE WORLD IS OLDER NOW; THERE ARE NO FAIRIESLURKING 'MIDST BLUEBELLS IN THE GOOD GREEN WOOD;BUT STILL WE LOVE THE TALE OF CINDERELLA,AND LEARN FROM HER "'TIS WISEST TO BE GOOD."


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