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H ERE is Cinderella starting for the ball in the magnificent
carriage and horses her fairy Godmother provided for her. While
she is at the Palace the clock strikes twelve, and she remembers
she must hurry away. As she runs down the staircase she drops a
slipper. The Prince finds it, and determines to discover the owner,
for she was the beautiful girl with whom he had danced that night.
After all the grand ladies have
tried to get the tiny slipper on
and failed, poor little Cinderella -
appears. She instantly slips it ., _
on her foot. And soon after this
the Prince marries her.
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TiiSisI Beaut%-, w\ho has been brought by her father to the pal.-ce
of the d read ful BReast. The father has to go home and leave
T E have all read about Aladdin and
his wicked uncle, the magician, who
sent him down. a hole into the centre of
the earth to get a magic lamp. He
behaved very badly to Aladdin, who
kept the lamp for himself, and
with its aid became very rich, and
married the Sultan's daughter.
But the uncle determined to recover
the lamp. He went past Aladdin's house, crying, "Who wants to buy
new lamps for old ?" The Sultan's daughter told her servant to give
him an old lamp for a new one, and thus he got the magic lamp
he coveted. He intended to ruin Aladdin, but luckily he was found
out and poisoned. And once more Aladdin had the lamp.
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Ht ERE %ve see outr ol friend Jack, who climbed
up the wonderful Beanstalk until he reached
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the countrbeloging t the cruel giant. You
kno\ howl he went to the house, and Mrs. Giant
Slept him in, and hid him in the cupboard. First
hc stole the giant's hen that laid golden eggs.
.Then he \\-ent back and s-tole the giant's money.
4,A-'Last of all he stole the giant's harp. Then the
big giant an after hinm,
and followed him to n, *
the Beanstalk to catch :"" '
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Nimbly, and then chopped
(the Beanstalk down, so that the
wicked giant fell and was killed.
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O U R last- picture is the artful Puss in Boots, who was so clever
in making his master a rich man. First he made a trap and
caught some rabbits, which he took to the king
as a present from his master. Then the
brave cat visited an ogre, and persuaded
him to change himself into various ,
animals, while he admired him.
When he was a lion the cat
was very much frightened, butt
when the ogre changed himself /
E jBi into a mouse the cat soon ate him up Thus
he gained the ogre's fine castle for his master.
w' And when the king saw it, he gave his beautiful
daughter to the master of Puss in Boots.
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