The RED Fairy Book - online children's book

Illustrated classic fairy tales for children by Andrew Lang

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' Your father has sent you here to marry my son,' lie said, ' and you may be sure that I am not going to offend him by altering his arrangements.' So the poor Princess was sent away in disgrace to her own apartments, and the ladies who attended upon her were charged to bring her to a better mind.
At this juncture the guards, who were in great fear that they would be found out, sent to tell the King that his son was dead, which annoyed him very much. He at once made up his mind that it was entirely the Princess's fault, and gave orders that she should be mprisoned in the tower in Prince Curlicue's place. The
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