The GREEN Fairy Book - online children's book

Illustrated classic fairy tales for children by Andrew Lang

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consented to follow the young man who had captured the golden blackbird.
"Yes," added the youth, "I delivered my brothers, who were kept prisoners in an inn, and as a reward they threw me into a lake. So I disguised myself and came here in order to prove the truth to you."
So the old lord embraced his son and promised that he should inherit all his possessions, and he put to death the two elder ones, who had deceived him and had tried to slay their own brother.
The young man married the porcelain maiden and had a splendid wedding-feast.*
* Sebillot.
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