The RED Fairy Book - online children's book

Illustrated classic fairy tales for children by Andrew Lang

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toll ; bat she gave out they must go and bring her the Knight of the Glen's wild Steed of Bells, or they should lose their heads.
The young Princes were not in the least concerned, not knowing what they had to do; but the whole Court was amazed at her demand, knowing very well that it was impossible for them ever to get the steed, as all that ever sought him perished in the attempt. However, they could not retract the bargain, and the youngest
Prince was desired to tell what demand he had on the Queen, as he had won his game.
' My brothers,' says he, ' are now going to travel, and, as I under­stand, a perilous journey wherein they know not what road to take or what may happen them. I am resolved, therefore, not to stay here, but to go with them, let what will betide; and I request and command, according to my bargain, that the Queen shall stand on
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