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Rumpelstiltskin

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Title:
Rumpelstiltskin
Creator:
Grimm, Jacob, 1785-1863
Grimm, Wilhelm, 1786-1859
Halkett, George Roland, 1855-1918 ( Illustrator )
Thomas De La Rue & Company
Place of Publication:
London
Publisher:
Thos. de la Rue & Co.
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
25 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Fairy tales -- 1882 ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1882 ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1882
Genre:
Fairy tales ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements ( rbgenr )
fiction ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
England -- London
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

Notes

General Note:
Includes publisher's advertisement.
Funding:
Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
Statement of Responsibility:
by the Brothers Grimm ; a new translation, illustrated by George R. Halkett.

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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
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Resource Identifier:
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28876992 ( OCLC )
AJT6812 ( NOTIS )

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PRINTED BY
THOS. DE LA RUE AND CO.

LONDON.

The Baldwin Library



University
Rite
Florida



RUMPEL-
STILTS-
KIN.

THE BROTHERS GRIMM. ||

PX INS NY, AD IBLAOIN TSE PACE ICON, MIL JE OPS IC IRR ANID JER ID) = 183 NY

GEORGE KR, HALKE

LONDON:
PiHOSe DE LA REE a Cee

1882.



orale ag

D tocetipecn.
Dante |





Pee Vi res hie sek IN.

NCE there lived a poor miller who had a very
beaut! daughter, Ele, was very. proud

her, and, in speaking to the King,

















—— TN
=e aN NANG .
a

‘SS i
NY NIK
\)
ASS
\



a



wn



told him that she could spin gold out of straw.
~ Now this King was exceedingly fond of money, so he ordered |

the girl to be brought before him.















































































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: “ Uae i ol
Net Bech A,
\ Ti NC Kall Lan
: ae in i
ne vj |

7 | L
VL ie mh \\ yf |

> pay

Then he led her to a chamber, in which were many bundles

of straw, and, giving her a spinning-wheel, said:











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SS

y
Er
Z
Z
g
z
Z.
u
e







SSS %

lh



Sr



EEE EIEN

“All this straw must be .spun

NON into gold, by to-morrow morning,
NAY
ANY

\ Vy
RUS

TW la RAY ull tf ee
(canteen i ma} §=©as you value your life.
TCT CATT ‘al











SSR SS
x

RES ASRS

pect







When left alone, the Miller's daughter

sat down and cried bitterly.





oe)

a
ps
|



4 Nu |
wily

i wll

Ala:

All at once the door opened, and a



funny little manikin hopped in, and said:





oy

Ph

































“Good day, my lass. Why do you weep?”
Then the Miller's daughter related how she was expected

to spin the straw into gold.

“What will you give me to spin it for you?” said he.

| if |

4
eR ssoee
Li SEE

aoe



ZS

ryt) eee



| My “mecklace” said “the. maiden, ,
The little fellow took the necklace, and sat down at the

spinning-wheel, and worked merrily during the whole night, until

the straw was all spun into gold.



Gt line se CAMie. |. Ats sa Stig iec gua ttnGl

was astonished and delighted, but his

——
Wess

heat. stews sillleanore oTreedy; ise alc

bp

Sp
Lene
Zp

ordered W) (hewesyiiars © daughter . to spin



hee : aoe colt ks se’ valued” ier pilite.

No sooner was she left. alone, lamenting -her fate; when
the little man returned, and asked her what she would give
fim: thicyetime to “deo Sher Ptack.

“Ny une, isaid Wishes and ‘again | the —Iitle man spun
ail thes ssttaw) into glittering |
gold.

The King rejoiced vastly
at so great a treasure, but still

he coveted more: so he led





SS SSS SS

SSS
IAAL
y i
MAAAAAAL |







the Miller's daughter to a still larger room full
ei straw, and told her if she succeeded “ims
time she would become his Queen.

When the. King had: left her, the litle

Cove

ae

(3
rth :

, ts M
an

)
\
Ai
At

man returned for the third time and asked her

hy
;
4

Werf
Lhe

what she would give him to spin more gold.

XS My
Ia
nS

ry
A|

(\



“ Alas, I have nothing left,” said the maiden.

pe a4

iz

“Then promise me your first little child when you are Queen.”

hat may “ocvcu@ees = thought the





Miller's daughter; so she at last promised

—<—









; : ; Mi

the little man as he desired, and again all i
HH

i

i Wh

the straw became gold. a
| Hv

\ | | i

° . WM

Next day the King found everything WN | H
Mt No

as he wished.



Mitel

14



So he married her, and the poor Miller's daughter became

Oueen of the fand.



A year afterwards, a beautiful child was born; but the Queen
thought no more of the little man, until one morning he suddenly
entered her chamber, and demanded of her what she _ had

promised.



sepa

pei
Gs

itt

BTA



16



Whe Oueem was terriied #aud \otfered- alll. the’ riches. of her

kingdom -but the little (miamegeamr -aNo,:

Then the Queen began to weep so much that he at last
had pity on_ her.

*

“1 ‘shall give you thices@aays said “he, “

and if you guess my
name during that time, you may keep your child















SEZ

ZE
LP
LZ



Then the Queen lay awake during the whole night, and thought

over all the curious names she had ever heard



















aa sf
Poa
Se I fl ail, P yo er
Rbsss i cs A \ Baa
é is | | fa ad |
ee D OT Na ae gs 5

es 2

—_

Ne Gee

lini? Te

WA. Wore
x [us â„¢ wet rey Boe, oor i eee pe ee ~My,
SSW AOC YY win ae

c=
"Gy



And despatched messengers through the land, who should find

out all the new names that she did not know.

18







When the

little man came on the next



day, she began with
Timothy, i hemezer,
Jeremiah, Ae and said over
all the names she
knew, but at each one
the little man said
' Tat. is. nef i name.

20



Tie seconde day, she cent. round the neighbourhood to ask
all the: imme. Wuimes tie people wete called, and repeated some

of the most unusual ones.











Wy

Zs













( Perhaps you are called “Hunchback, e, Crool-shamks, “c.
‘Bandy-legs.’”

But the little fellow always answered: “That is not my name.

yl





nao

ole. Mattos th

peas,
tins

Lee Lat

ies
4

< f





On the third day, one of the messengers returned, and said:
“New names I have not been able to find; but, as I looked round

the corner of a wood, on a high mountain, where the fox and hare



ul ug I[bs ; "Oh

Loe. wl
it



say ‘Good night!’ I saw there a little hut, and before it a fire burned,

mia round the fire a ridiculous little fellow hopped on ome

23



leg and sang :—

‘T'll brew to-morrow, bake to-day,
Then fetch the infant Prince away;
Little knows his Royal Dame

That Rumpel-stilts-kin is my name.’”





wv) CE
A / a A [= ‘
nd
anllmy Ee
{7

MP mys hh ae
a on il DUES haat

Whe Queen rejoiced Greany at thie news, and’ when the lime
Han entered soon aiterwards, and said, “What is my name? sie
epic tum, lent john: | Nor ee Or. rene. No 2 ae

perhaps you are called ‘ Rumpel-stilts-kin ?’”

24







ZG

DA), oa : :
Lae a, . “Some witch has told you!
Zi grt

(A PN i Nt some witch has told you!”



== cried the little man; and he























stamped on the ground so violently with his right foot, that it
went right through, and he nearly tore himself in two in

‘pulling it out again.

, ; ‘ i | HT i Ln — ay iif} l] i) jj
Then he made off RY V¢ Lo La \ —/ <<
ES ar a













ae fist as he could. or
A i
: MA, cae
followed by the jeers : 7
BE il E
f i A A (E we : = re (ce
O every O ve iS eh SS os _



THE END.



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Full Text

PRINTED BY
THOS. DE LA RUE AND CO.

LONDON.

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Rite
Florida
RUMPEL-
STILTS-
KIN.

THE BROTHERS GRIMM. ||

PX INS NY, AD IBLAOIN TSE PACE ICON, MIL JE OPS IC IRR ANID JER ID) = 183 NY

GEORGE KR, HALKE

LONDON:
PiHOSe DE LA REE a Cee

1882.
orale ag

D tocetipecn.
Dante |


Pee Vi res hie sek IN.

NCE there lived a poor miller who had a very
beaut! daughter, Ele, was very. proud

her, and, in speaking to the King,

















—— TN
=e aN NANG .
a

‘SS i
NY NIK
\)
ASS
\



a



wn
told him that she could spin gold out of straw.
~ Now this King was exceedingly fond of money, so he ordered |

the girl to be brought before him.















































































Pe
: “ Uae i ol
Net Bech A,
\ Ti NC Kall Lan
: ae in i
ne vj |

7 | L
VL ie mh \\ yf |

> pay

Then he led her to a chamber, in which were many bundles

of straw, and, giving her a spinning-wheel, said:








~_
SS

y
Er
Z
Z
g
z
Z.
u
e




SSS %

lh



Sr



EEE EIEN

“All this straw must be .spun

NON into gold, by to-morrow morning,
NAY
ANY

\ Vy
RUS

TW la RAY ull tf ee
(canteen i ma} §=©as you value your life.
TCT CATT ‘al











SSR SS
x

RES ASRS

pect




When left alone, the Miller's daughter

sat down and cried bitterly.





oe)

a
ps
|



4 Nu |
wily

i wll

Ala:

All at once the door opened, and a



funny little manikin hopped in, and said:


oy

Ph






























“Good day, my lass. Why do you weep?”
Then the Miller's daughter related how she was expected

to spin the straw into gold.

“What will you give me to spin it for you?” said he.

| if |

4
eR ssoee
Li SEE

aoe



ZS

ryt) eee



| My “mecklace” said “the. maiden, ,
The little fellow took the necklace, and sat down at the

spinning-wheel, and worked merrily during the whole night, until

the straw was all spun into gold.
Gt line se CAMie. |. Ats sa Stig iec gua ttnGl

was astonished and delighted, but his

——
Wess

heat. stews sillleanore oTreedy; ise alc

bp

Sp
Lene
Zp

ordered W) (hewesyiiars © daughter . to spin



hee : aoe colt ks se’ valued” ier pilite.

No sooner was she left. alone, lamenting -her fate; when
the little man returned, and asked her what she would give
fim: thicyetime to “deo Sher Ptack.

“Ny une, isaid Wishes and ‘again | the —Iitle man spun
ail thes ssttaw) into glittering |
gold.

The King rejoiced vastly
at so great a treasure, but still

he coveted more: so he led


SS SSS SS

SSS
IAAL
y i
MAAAAAAL |




the Miller's daughter to a still larger room full
ei straw, and told her if she succeeded “ims
time she would become his Queen.

When the. King had: left her, the litle

Cove

ae

(3
rth :

, ts M
an

)
\
Ai
At

man returned for the third time and asked her

hy
;
4

Werf
Lhe

what she would give him to spin more gold.

XS My
Ia
nS

ry
A|

(\



“ Alas, I have nothing left,” said the maiden.

pe a4

iz

“Then promise me your first little child when you are Queen.”

hat may “ocvcu@ees = thought the





Miller's daughter; so she at last promised

—<—









; : ; Mi

the little man as he desired, and again all i
HH

i

i Wh

the straw became gold. a
| Hv

\ | | i

° . WM

Next day the King found everything WN | H
Mt No

as he wished.



Mitel

14
So he married her, and the poor Miller's daughter became

Oueen of the fand.



A year afterwards, a beautiful child was born; but the Queen
thought no more of the little man, until one morning he suddenly
entered her chamber, and demanded of her what she _ had

promised.
sepa

pei
Gs

itt

BTA



16
Whe Oueem was terriied #aud \otfered- alll. the’ riches. of her

kingdom -but the little (miamegeamr -aNo,:

Then the Queen began to weep so much that he at last
had pity on_ her.

*

“1 ‘shall give you thices@aays said “he, “

and if you guess my
name during that time, you may keep your child















SEZ

ZE
LP
LZ



Then the Queen lay awake during the whole night, and thought

over all the curious names she had ever heard
















aa sf
Poa
Se I fl ail, P yo er
Rbsss i cs A \ Baa
é is | | fa ad |
ee D OT Na ae gs 5

es 2

—_

Ne Gee

lini? Te

WA. Wore
x [us â„¢ wet rey Boe, oor i eee pe ee ~My,
SSW AOC YY win ae

c=
"Gy



And despatched messengers through the land, who should find

out all the new names that she did not know.

18

When the

little man came on the next



day, she began with
Timothy, i hemezer,
Jeremiah, Ae and said over
all the names she
knew, but at each one
the little man said
' Tat. is. nef i name.

20
Tie seconde day, she cent. round the neighbourhood to ask
all the: imme. Wuimes tie people wete called, and repeated some

of the most unusual ones.











Wy

Zs













( Perhaps you are called “Hunchback, e, Crool-shamks, “c.
‘Bandy-legs.’”

But the little fellow always answered: “That is not my name.

yl


nao

ole. Mattos th

peas,
tins

Lee Lat

ies
4

< f


On the third day, one of the messengers returned, and said:
“New names I have not been able to find; but, as I looked round

the corner of a wood, on a high mountain, where the fox and hare



ul ug I[bs ; "Oh

Loe. wl
it



say ‘Good night!’ I saw there a little hut, and before it a fire burned,

mia round the fire a ridiculous little fellow hopped on ome

23
leg and sang :—

‘T'll brew to-morrow, bake to-day,
Then fetch the infant Prince away;
Little knows his Royal Dame

That Rumpel-stilts-kin is my name.’”





wv) CE
A / a A [= ‘
nd
anllmy Ee
{7

MP mys hh ae
a on il DUES haat

Whe Queen rejoiced Greany at thie news, and’ when the lime
Han entered soon aiterwards, and said, “What is my name? sie
epic tum, lent john: | Nor ee Or. rene. No 2 ae

perhaps you are called ‘ Rumpel-stilts-kin ?’”

24

ZG

DA), oa : :
Lae a, . “Some witch has told you!
Zi grt

(A PN i Nt some witch has told you!”



== cried the little man; and he























stamped on the ground so violently with his right foot, that it
went right through, and he nearly tore himself in two in

‘pulling it out again.

, ; ‘ i | HT i Ln — ay iif} l] i) jj
Then he made off RY V¢ Lo La \ —/ <<
ES ar a













ae fist as he could. or
A i
: MA, cae
followed by the jeers : 7
BE il E
f i A A (E we : = re (ce
O every O ve iS eh SS os _



THE END.
NOW READY,

FITTED WITH NON-CORRODIBLE PEN,






































































































































THE
BE CARRIED ORDINARY
IN THE POCKET CHARACTERISTICS
WITHOUT OF THE
LEAKING HAND-WRITING
ANDIS ARE
READY FOR ENTIRELY
IMMEDIATEUSE PRESERVED
REQUIRES NO " PEN RENEWABLE
ADJUSTMENT AT PLEASURE
Supplied in a Box, with Filler and full directions for use.
NON-GORRODIBLE PENS
TO REFILL THE ANTI-STYLOGRAPH,































Is; per Box,
(FINE, MEDIUM, OR BROAD POINTS.)



























































































CLOSED.

WITH IRIDIUM-POINTED GOLD PEN

10s. 6d,

N.B.—The Anti-Stylograph is not a Stylograph or point-writer, but a true
pen, and may therefore be used for shorthand and for signatures,









THE DIAMOND WRITING WALLET

CONTAINS—

A pocket size Anti-Stylograph, Large and Small 8vo. Note Paper and Envelopes
to match, Blotting Pad, Telegram Forms, &. (Size, 52 x 32 x 2 in.)
LEATHER, No. 774. RUSSIA LEATHER, No. 778.

10s. 6d. 14s. 6d.





24 e474

Published Annually.

THOS. Di LA RUE & COS

INDELIBLE RED LETTER

DIARIES & CALENDARS,

Edited by WILLIAM GODWARD, F.R.A.S.,

Cuter Assistant ‘‘NauTicaL ALMANAC” OFFICE.

SCALE OR SS PZIES,
A Size (85 x 13 inches.) C Size (43 x 22 inches.)
B Size (3? x 2% inches.) FF Size (8: x 23 in, oblong.)

Published in three sizes, as above, handsomely printed in carmine and
blue, and bound in Russia, Turkey Morocco, French Morocco, or
Velvet ; with gilt or nickel clasps, or elastic bands, in a great variety
of styles. Fitted with electro-gilt indelible pencils.

Prices:—From One Shilling to One Guinea.

The whole of the ‘‘INDELIBLE Di1artEs” are printed with only three
days (exclusive of Sunday) upon each page, by which means ample
space for daily Memoranda is afforded.

The ‘‘ PorTAaBLe Diaries” contain full writing-space, but, by the
curtailment of the printed matter, are rendered extremely thin, light,
and flexible.

The ‘‘ConpENSED Diartes AND ENGAGEMENT Booxs” are so thin
as to be readily carried in the waistcoat-pocket or purse.

THOS. DE LA RUE & (O'S
“FINGER” DIARY.

Size, only 3-in. long, 13-in, broad, 4-in. thick.
wunse | fall _TEBRUARY 1862 ) THESE
curs, |) 2M curs,
OPEN OPEN
AND AND
CLOSED || CLOSED,
ARE ARE
DRAWN | DRAWN
HALF HALF
SIZE. SIZE.

























Bound Leather, in Leather Case.............. 1s. 6d.
Bound Russia, in Russia or Nickel Case...2s. 6d.



The press and the public have conceded to these Diaries a pre-eminence
over all other publications of a similar class, on the following grounds :—
t. Fulnessand accuracy of the information given inthe Calendarand Tables.
2, Extent of indelible memorandum space assigned to each day of the year.
3. Superiority of the type and printing.

4. Variety and excellence of the styles of binding and cases adopted.





SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, AND FANCY DEALERS.
WHOLESALE ONLY BY

THOS. DE LA RUE & CO. LONDON.





ILLUSTRATED WORKS
PUBLISHED BY THOS. DE LA: RUE & CO. LONDON.

Price 25s. Medium gto. Whole bound vellum doth, richly ornamented in Gold, from a special Design by oe Author.
With numerous full-page and other Illustrations by the Author.

MONA Let ATS









AR oT TT er ce ee ee ee ae ad
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