51 Tales translated to English by Lucy Crane & Illustrated by Walter Crane

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170                            GRIMM'S FAIRY TALES.
late Mr. Fox, so that the cat had to send them all away. At last came a young fox. And Mrs. Fox inquired whether he had red breeches and a sharp nose.
"Yes, he has," said the cat.
" Then I will have him," said Mrs. Fox, and bade the cat make ready the wedding-feast.
M Now, cat, sweep the parlours and bustle about, And open the window, turn Mr. Fox out; Then, if you've a fancy for anything nice, Just manage to catch for yourself a few mice, You may eat them alone, I do not want one."
So she was married to young Master Fox with much dancing and rejoicing, and for anything I have heard to the contrary, they may be dancing still.