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Group Title: Dean's favorite nursery series
Title: The Children's Cinderella, or, The Little glass slipper
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Title: The Children's Cinderella, or, The Little glass slipper
Series Title: Dean's favorite nursery series
Alternate Title: The Little glass slipper
Physical Description: 6 leaves : ;
Language: English
Creator: Dean & Son ( Publisher )
Publisher: Dean and Son,
Dean and Son
Place of Publication: London
Publication Date: [ca. 1875?]
Copyright Date: 1875
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Subject: Fairy tales -- 1875   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1875   ( rbgenr )
Advertisements -- 1875   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1875
Genre: Fairy tales   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
Advertisements   ( rbgenr )
fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
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General Note: Includes publisher's and general advertisements.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028227
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: notis - AJG6723
oclc - 26593825
alephbibnum - 001753743

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NCF upon a time,
Iftn there were
fairies, a little

i orphan ,utr was k=fr to the
sole care her 'wo step-
.,.:.ters These s;ters were
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little Ella.
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had left to rbe bd.i ded
between- then. I'
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Ella no nice= clothes.
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s ,r'auz w.zri.. r,
because she made tnh
fi res and s ,ied th
cinders. theydave h,:,'
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HEN Cinderella was about fifteen years of age, her
sisters went to a ball given by the king of the country.
Cinderella wished very much to go too; but her
sisters said, "A ball was no place for a cinder-sifter." Indeed,
she had no dress to go in; so, when they were gone, she sat
down by the kitchen-fire, feeling very sad. As she sat there, a
white cloud floated into the kitchen, and on it stood a lovely
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. ON'T be afraid,
,., my child," said she;

shall go to the ball, if you wish. Bring me a pumpkin
from the garden, a rat from the trap, and also two mice." These
the fairy touched with her wand. At once the pumpkin was
turned into a grand coach, the rat into a coachman, and the mice
were changed into
two smart footmen.
Then the fairy called
some grasshoppers and
turned them into
four fine prancing
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.,I /. "HEN she turned
Cinderella's dress
into a very splendid
one, and on her
feet put pretty glass slippers.
"Now," said the fairy, "go
and enjoy yourself; but you
must be home before twelve
o'clock If you disobey
N 0 h me your fine dress will turn
"to your old ugly one again."



Cinderella was very happy I
at the ball: every one ad- I
mired her, and the Prince
took great notice of her.
She left the ball at half-past
eleven o'clock, and rode
home in her coach, which
was waiting. After this,
through the fairy's help in
the same way, she went to
two more balls at the palace.





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ACH time, the young Prince was charmed with her but
alas! on the third visit she stayed too late; and at twelve
o'clock, as she reached the gate, she saw only the ugly
rat that had been her grand coachman. In her haste to
reach the gate before twelve o'clock, she dropped one
of her slippers on the stairs. This was found by the
Prince, who searched everywhere for the lady who
could put on the slipper; but no one at the court
could do it. Then Heralds were sent through-
out the kingdom to proclaim whosoever's foot -, *
the shoe would fit, should become the --
Prince's bride. At length they reached the
home of Cinderella, and her sisters
tried it on, but to no purpose. -









IT last Cinderella tried it on, and it was found to fit her
jI toot exactly; then bringing the other out of her
pocket, she put that on albo. By this the Prince i
knew that he had found the beautiful Princess; and said he
wished to make her his wife. Then the fairy appeared
and dressed Cinderella in the most magnificent apparel,
saying that she was really as good as she was beautiful;
so the Prince made her his wife, and there was grand j q
feasting and great rejoicing.

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