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ao The. two ugly sisters were eager to go :
To the dance at the Palace their dresses to show,
| Cinderella they left behind,
. But fairy godmothers are always kind.
â€˜ Dressed as a lady of high degree
Sweet Cinderella was queen of the ball:
a She lost her slipper, so fast ran she
' That she might be home. on the first cock.
â€œAad the two plain sisters were. green to see
For on neitherâ€™s foot would it fitted be.
The little glass slipper â€” they stood aghast
For Cinderella had triumphed at last.
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Through all the giantsâ€™
yon castle. ee : : ;
The Princess is his wife â€” ~ And give the game Ihunt*each day
And I in hunting-dress of silk To cats less wise, and much less gay.
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_ Deep in the green or high up in the blue.
â€œHow sharp your nails are, SS SSess <
| your teeth how white,â€
Riding Hood murmured in S
great affright, -
And Wid noo
Red Riding Hood surely had died that night.
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Jack climbed and found a Giant's land â€” he came back safe and rich.
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A kicce putone now breaks the spell,
He is a Prince of high degree,
A fair and slumbâ€™ring Princess she.
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But happily all in the end came right.
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So â€˜ugly that his mother oe 8 | ee
He was no son of hers. Away he flew 2
And swam into the world where people stared ~ ees
And pointed at him till at last he heard :..
â€˜Look, what a splendid Swan is yonder bird!â€
â€œThis a wee Hooked one day and to the Pe bronghe Â»
a le peta wile for a son to her good man
Gave a little baby. no longer than a span.
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And s0 at Coun Tons â€˜lived, with a needle for his sword,
| And swore allegiance to the King his lord.
His horse was a rat eit a saddle sewn with blue,
Hie Gouge the Castle cat and por the Deter of her too.
So ai dhe Come: the lived, and he basked in Fortune's rays
Till to Fairyland he went where he ended his days.
RAPHAEL JUCK & Sons, 12?
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Publishers by Appointment
to Their Majesties
The King cand Queen Alexandra.
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