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Puss in boots

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Title:
Puss in boots
Series Title:
Home series
Creator:
Ives, Sarah Noble, 1864-1944 ( Illustrator )
McLoughlin Bros., inc ( Publisher )
Place of Publication:
Springfield Mass
Publisher:
McLoughlin Bro's.
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English
Physical Description:
[8] p. : ill. ; 27 cm.

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Cats -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Fairy tales -- 1880 ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1880 ( rbgenr )
Genre:
Fairy tales ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements ( rbgenr )
novel ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Massachusetts -- Springfield
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

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Title from cover.
General Note:
Illustrations signed Noble Ives.
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Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).

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University of Florida
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L E: THERE was once an old miller
. . te who had three sons. When, in
the course of time, he died, he had i !J[ nothing 'to leave them but-his mill, his ass, and his cat. The eldest son took the mill,' the second took the I ilass, so all that was left for poor Jack,
- ~ .~'the youngest, was Puss.
Jack thought he had been very, shabbily, treated. "My
-.4. brothers," he said, "will both
A - be able to support themselves
/ -7;I- comfortably, but I am likely
- -- to starve."
4 :-.-, The cat, who, had over.
heard these words, now
' ,,/'___ came up to his master and
rubbed against him lovingly.
-- -- -Do not be so don-cast,
-:7 dear ' master," he said.
"Only give me a bag,' and get a pair of boots made for ie, 'so that I may. walk through . .the brambles, and you will' soon see that
'' that you have a better bargain than you THE MRL. TE ASS. AND T CA thought." Although Jack had little money to spare, he had seen Puss play so many clever tricks that he had much faith in him, so he spent all he had, upon a neat little pair of boots for the cat.
Puss put them on, and taking an old bagwhich his master gave


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him, he set off with a bold air for a place where he knew there were a great many wild rabbits. He put some lettuce inside of the bag, and set it on the ground wide open. Then he hid himself, and
waited.
In a few minutes some foolish young I
rabbits, sniffing the lettuce, ran straight into the bag, when Puss quickly pulled the strings, and had them caught.
Very proud of his success, the cat went to the royal palace, and asked to speak to the el
King. His air was so
grand that the sentinel on guard dared
not refuse him. He
was led before his Majesty, and making a low bow, said, "Sire, I wish to present to you these rabbits, on behalf of my master, theMarquis of Carabas."
The King accepted the present, and -- . .
desired Puss to convey his thanks to his master. A PirN-FOR E KIN4 For several days Puss continued to capture game of one sort or another by the, same trick. Besides getting food enough for his master and himself," he was able to take a present to the ,King every few days. His Majesty often expressed a wish to see the Marquis, but as Jack had no clothes fit to appear in at court, Puss advised him to wait a while.
One day the cat heard that the King intended to go out riding with the Princess, his daughter, and he told his master to go and bathe in a river near which the royal carriage would pass. Jack stood shivering in the water until his Majesty's carriage came in sight. Puss at once began to cry lquly, "Help!1 help! or my
_Jord, -the* Marquis of Carabas, will drown "









































Puss sets a trap for the rabbits










































Presenting the rabbits to the king







The King" looked out of the carriage window, and recognizing Puss, ordered his guards to rescue the Marquis.
Puss told his Majesty that robbers had run away with his master's clothes, although the fact was that he had hidden them under a stone. The K~ing ordered a groom to fetch a handsome suit for the Marquis, and when Jack put this on he looked as fine as a real lord.
The King invited him into the royal carriage. Jack hesitated, but the Princess, who was pretty, smiled so sweetly at him that he overcame his shyness, and took his seat with as much of an air of ease as he could command.
Puss, greatly delighted, ran ahead of the c arriage until he came to a field of wheat, in which reapers were at work. Going up to them he said fiercely, " Reapers, if you don't say, when the King comes, that this field belongs to -the Marquis of Carabas, you* shall all be chopped as fine as minceWhen the King came along he exclaimed to the reapers, "What a fine field of wheat!I To whom does it belong? "To the
Marquis of Carabas," they replied, for the cat's threats had frightened them greatly. Puss, as he ran on, told all the other men he saw at work to give the same answer, and the King 'began to think the Marquis of Carabas must be very rich.







The cat at length reached a splendid castle belonging to an ogre who was the real owner of all the lands F
the King had been riding through. Puss knocked bol dly at the door, and sent in a polite message to the ogre, asking leave to pay his respects. The ogre . . received him with as much civility as could be expected from an ogre, and they were soon chatting sociably together.
"I have been told," said the cat to the ogre,, "that you have the power of changing yourself into any kind'of animal, such, for instance, as a lion, or an elephant."
"So I have," replied the ogre proudly. "To prove that what you have heard is true, you shall see me become a lion."
When the cat beheld a great, fierce- MiE UON SCARES PUSS
looking lion standing before him, he Iwas seized with such a panic that he flew from the room, and clambered up to the roof; although, on account of his boots, it -was no easy task. -There he stayed till the ogre, taking again his natural form, called to him, with a laugh, to come down.
Puss confessed that he had been badly frightened, and complimented the ogre highly on his wonderful 'power. " I can imagine," he added, it only one thing that would astonish me more.")
"What is that?" inquired the ogre.
"To see you take the form of a very small animal, such as a mouse,"y answered Puss.- "That, I suppose, would be impossible."












































" Help! help I for the Abrquis of Carabas I "











































Puss enters into chat with the Ogre






Pooh ? " said the ogre, " that - is no more trouble to me than the other, as I will quickly show you."
So saying he at once assumed the shape of a mouse, and began frisking about on the floor. R This was Just what Puss
wanted, and as quick asa flash he sprang on the mouse and gobbled him up. That wai the end of the ogre.
By this time the King had nearly reached the castle, and Puss hurried to the entrance to receive him when he drove W. up. The cat's master was
A indeed astonished when he
beheld him standing on the castle steps, and heard him say to the King: "Welcome, your Majesty, to the castle of my Lord Marquis of Carabas." M.!. The Marquis gave his hand to the . . . . . . . . . . . . . young Princess to help her out.
The- King and Princess then -went in together, Puss leading the way. PUSS KIUS THE M USE While they were walking through the rooms of the castle, Puss slipped away, and had a fine dinner got ready, and on their return they sat down and feasted merrily.
The King was charmed with the manners and looks of the Marquis, and he saw that his daughter was already quite in love with him. So, after drinking five or six glasses of wine, he said, It will be your own fault, my lord Marquis, if you do not soon become. our, son-in-law, provided our daughter has no objection."
At this plain speech the princess blushed and cast her eyes down, but did not look at all displeased, while the marquis arose at 'once







from his seat, thanked the king for, the, honor hie desired to bestow upon him', and accepted the favor very gracefully.
The cat's joy was so great that he had to go out -of doors and stand on his head for a while, and kick up his hind legs in the air.
There is little more to tell. The marquis, returned- with the king and princess to their palace, where the wedding soon took place with much pomp and ceremony. The king, of -course, gave away his daughter., and' the cat was present in a lovely -cout suit.
The two brothers of the Marquis came
to attend the wedding, but they had taken no notice of Jack when he was poor, and Puss thought they had no right to expect any, honors now that he was rich. So he g ave them a piece of his mind which made them glad to slip away home to the mill as quietly as possible. Their brother, however, afterwards returned good for evil by giving each of them a fine farm, and as they were industrious fellows, and cultivated. their land diligently, they became quite well-to-do in the course' of time.
The Marquis of Carabas made a good/ husband, and he -and the princess lived most happily -together. As for- the, cat, he became a great lord and never- had to hunt rats and mice except. for his own amusement. He was fond of fine-clothes, and used to go about --the 'court dressed -Puss STANDS ON HIS HEA ID FOR JOY in velvets and satins of the best quality', made up in the latest fashion. He had very pleasing mannei-s,*. which .made,' him -a great favorite, particularly with the ladies.- He lived to d good old age,' and when he died,- his grateful. master, put, up a handsome Imonument in his honor, containing -a life size statue' of Puss in Boots.




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McLOUGHLIN BR Springfield

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p IN B OOTS T H ERE was once an old miller w ho ha d thr e e sons. Whe n, in the course of time, he died, he had nothing 'to leave them but his . mill, hi s ass~ a~d his cat. The el des t s on t oo k . the mill,' . the . se cond tq ok . th e a ss , s o . a ll that w as left fo r poor J ack , the youngest, wa s Pus s . Jack t h ought he hq.d be~n very _ shabbily . treated .. "My brothers," he said, ~i'w~ll both be able to support thenis~lves comfortabi'y, hut I am likely to starve." The . cat, who had over. heard . these ' w~rds , n ' ow came . up to his ~aste r , and . rubbed against him lovingly. 0 Do . not be. so down-cast, dear master,'~ he ' ' said. "Only give me a bag, and get a pair of boots made for me, so that I may _ walk through . . the -brambles, and you willsoon see that that you have . a better bargain tha~ y'ou THE MIU.. THE A$, AND THE cAT• _ . thought<' Although Jack had little money to spare, he had seen Puss play so many clever tricks that he had much fai~h ii) . ~im, so he spent all he had . upon a neat li~tle pair . of boots for the cat. Puss put them on, and taking an old bag which his master gave . l The Baldwin Library (f} 1 ,D Univofersily ..l \]n-.0 Florida

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him, he set off with a bold air for a place where he knew there were a great many wild rabbits. He put some lettuce inside of the bag, and set it on the grou_nd wide open. Then he hid himself, and waited. In a few minutes some foolish young rabbits, sniffing the lettuce, ran straight into the bag, when Puss quickly pulled _ the strings, and had them caught. Very proud of his success, the cat went to the royal palace, and asked to speak to the King. His air was so grand that the sentinel on guard dared not refuse him. He was led before his Majesty, and making a low bow, said, " S ~ i:~, I wish to present to you these rabbits, on b e half of my master, the . Marquis of ca ra:bas." . . The King accepted the present, and desired Puss to convey his thanks to his master. A PRF.Sf.NT FOR THE KING For several days Puss c~ntinued to capture game of one sort or another by the same trick. Besides getting food enough for his master and himself; he was able to take a present t9 the King every few days. His Majesty often expressed a wish to see the Marquis, _ but as Jack had no clothes fit to appear in at cour"t, Puss advised him -r ..... to wait a while. One day the cat heard that the King intended to go out riding with the Princess, his daughter, and he told his master to go and bathe in a river near which the royal carriage would pass. Jack stood shivering in the water until his Majesty's carriage came in sight. ~USS . at once began to cry loudly, "rf~lp ! help r or ,, my ' lord : -~ the Marquis of Carabas, will drown I "

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N 0 , ..B L C. 1 t V . ;s Puss s~ts a trap for the rabbits

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Presenting the rabbits to the king

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The King looked out of the carriage window, and rcco&?ftizing Puss, or d ered his guards to rescue the Marquis. P u s s to l d his Majesty that robbers had run away with his master's clothes, although the fact was that he had hidden them under a sto ne. The King ordered a groom to fetch a handsome suit for the Marquis, and when Jack put this on he looked as fine as a real lord. The King invited him into the royal carriage. Jac k hesit ate d, but the Princess, who was pretty, smiled so sweetly at him tha t he over came his shyness, and took his seat with as much of an ai r of ease as he co~ld command. PUS.S ANO THE REAPERS Puss, greatly delighted, ran a head of the carriage until he came to a field of wheat, in which reapers w e re at work. Goi n g up to them he said fiercely, " Reaper s, if you don't say, when the King co m es, that this field belongs to the Marquis of Carabas, you shall a ll be chopped as fine as min ce meat." When the King came along he exclaim e d to the reape r s, '' Wh at a fi ne field of w heat I To wh om do~ it belong?" "To the Marquis of Car a b as, " they replied, for the cat's threa ts had frightened them greatly. Puss, as he ran on, told all the other men he saw at work to give the same an swer, and the King be ga n to think the Marquis of Carabas must be very rich.

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The cat at length reached a splendid castle belonging to an ogre who was the real owner of all the lands the King had been riding through. Puss knocke d boldly at the door , an d serit in a polite messa ge to the ogre, asking leave to pay his resp ects. The ogre received him with as much civility as could be expected from an ogre, and they were soon chatting . sociably together. " I have been told," said the cat to the ogre, . " that yo _ u have the power of changing yourself into any kind of animal, such, for instance, as a lion, or an ele phant." "So I have," replied the ogre proudly. " To prove that what you have heard is true, you shall see me become a lion." When the cat beheld a great, fierceTHE uoN scARES Puss looking lion standing before him, he was seized with such a panic that he . flew from the room, and clambered up to the roof; although, on account of his boots, it was no easy task. There he stayed till the _ ogre, taking again his natural form, called to him, with a laugh, to come down. Puss confessed that he had been badly frightened, and complimented the ogre highly on his wonderful power. "I can imagine," he added, ".only one thing that would astonish me more." " What is that? " inquired the ogre. "To see you take the form of a very small animal, such as a mouse," answered Puss. "That, I suppose, would be impossible . " I

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.. H I ' e p. help I for the Marquis of Carabas ! '

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Puss ~nters into chat with the Ogre

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" Pooh?" said the ogre, "that is no more trouble to me than the other, as I will quickly show you." So saying he at once assumed the shape of a mouse, and began frisking about on the floor. This was just what Puss wanted, and as qui ck as a flash he sprang on the mouse and gobbled him up. That was the end of the ogre. I ( u.>.~ -.,__ .. , '-~' ~ ' By this time the King had nearly reached the castle, and Puss hurried to the entrance to receive him when he drove up. The cat's master was indeed astonished when he beheld him standing on the castle steps, and heard him say to the King: " Welcome, your Majesty, to the castle of my Lord Marquis of Carabas." ... The Marquis gave his hand to the _ pretty young Princess to help her out. _ The King and Princess then went in together, Puss leading the way. While they were walking through the rooms of the castle, Puss slipped away, and had a fin~ din ne r got ready, and on their return they sat down and feasted merrily. The King was charmed with the manners and looks of th e Mar quis, and he saw that his daughter was alre a dy qu ite in lo ve with him. So, after dri nking five or six g l asses of wine, he said, " It wi ll be you r own fault, my lord Marquis, if you do not soon become our . s on -in-law, provided our daughter has no objection." At thi s plain speech the princess blushed and cast her eyes down, but did _ not look at all displeased, while the marquis arose at once

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from his seat, tpanked the king for. tpe . honor he desired to bestow upon him, and acc~pted the fav~r very gracefully. The cat's joy was sb . gt~at that he had to go out_ of.. doors and stand on " his head for a while, and kick up his hind legs in_ the air. There is little more to tel1. The marquis. returned ,, 'Yith the king and princess to their palace, where the wedding soon ' took place with much pomp and ceremony~ The king, of course, gave away his daughte r~ 0 and the cat was present in a lovely court 1 SU It. The two brothers of the Marquis came to attend the wedding, but they had taken no notice of Jack when he was , poor, and Puss thought they had no right to expect any honors now that he was rich. So he gave them a piece of his mind which made them glad to slip away home to the mill as quietly as possible. Their brother, how ever, afterwards returned good for evil by giving each of them a fine farm, and as they were industrious fellows, and cultivated their land diligently, they became quite well-to-do in the course of time. The Marquis of Carabas made a good husband, and_ he and the princess lived most happily .-together. As for-_ the cat, , he became a great lord and never had . to hunt rats and mice except~ for_ his own amusement. He was fond of fine clothes, and used to go about the: court". dressedPuss sTAN~s oN .His HEAD FoR JOY in velvets and satins of the best quality',. made. up' 1n the latest fashion. He had very pleasing m~nners;. which made,' him a gre~t favorite, particularly with . the ladies. He lived t~ a good old age, and .when he died; his grateful: master_ put• up a handsome . monument in his honor, containing a life size sta'tue of Puss in Boots.