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LANGUAGE is the instrument of thought as book-keeping is the instrument of business. It records and fixes and enables THOUGHT to get on to more and more COMPLEX IDEAS —H. G. Wells
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THE THREE GOLDEN HAIRS OF GRANDFATHER ALLKNOW

II.--'THE THREE GOLDEN HAIRS OF GRANDFATHER ALLKNOW.' THERE was once, a king in a distant land, who was a great sportsman, and his favorite sport of all was hunting. He went often into the woods alone to track wild deer .. One day he chased a stag to a great distance and lost his way. He was all alone; night came on, and the king was only too glad

THE BOYS WITH THE GOLDEN STARS

The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Violet Fairy Book, by Various This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or ◄► Once upon a time what happened did happen: and if it had not happened, you would never have heard this story. Well, once upon a time there lived

KABLOONA

◄► I am not a very methodical man, but I had had some notion of rationing my grub according to the number of days I should r be out. This was not a procedure compatible with Eskimo life. > I could never make them understand the principle of rationing. ' In the same way, when they saw me make a note of what, in ! the course of bartering for prim
Springendes Wasser, sprechender Vogel, singender Baum

Springendes Wasser, sprechender Vogel, singender Baum

3. Springendes Wasser, sprechender Vogel, singender Baum. [10] Es waren einmal drei Hirtentöchter, davon waren zwei klug und die dritte war einfältig. Die erste von ihnen sagte einmal, als sie ihre ◄► Es waren einmal drei Hirtentöchter, davon waren zwei klug und die dritte war einfältig. Die erste von ihnen sagte einmal, als sie ihre Heerde

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◄► There was once an herb-gatherer who had three daughters who earned their living by spinning. One day their father died and left them all alone in the world. Now the king had a habit of going about the streets at night, and listening at the doors to hear what the people said of him. One night he listened at the door of the house where the thr

The Three Golden Hairs of the Sun-King

Gypsy Folk Tales, by Francis Hindes Groome, [1899], at sacred-texts.com .. .. p. 133 No. 38.--The Three Golden Hairs of the Sun-King A rich, mighty king once went hunting, and wandered himself in a great forest. Towards evening he came to a hut, in which lived a poor charcoal-burner. The king asked the poor man his way to the city. The charcoal-bur
HADRAMUTIC INSCRIPTIONS

HADRAMUTIC INSCRIPTIONS

] . HADRAMUTIC INSCRIPTIONS. 365 line. This artifice of composition is not pre¬ served in the translation; which here, as in ren¬ dering the first two lines of the inscription, falls into couplets, the sense being commensurate with the line. To the awful sublimity of the latter part of the seventh line, and to its wonderful coincidence with the s

The Cloister and the Hearth

CHAPTER I Not a day passes over the earth, but men and women of no note do great deeds, speak great words, and suffer noble sorrows. Of these obscure heroes, philosophers, and martyrs, the greater part will never be known till that hour, when many that are great shall be small, and the small great; but of others the world's knowledge may be said to
PRINCESS BELLE-ETOILE

PRINCESS BELLE-ETOILE

The Project Gutenberg EBook of Princess Belle-Etoile, by Walter Crane This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it ... ◄► Once upon a time there were three Princesses, named Roussette, Brunette, and Blondine, who lived in retirement with their mother, a Princess who

Saids Schicksal

Zur Zeit Harun al Raschids[1], des Beherrschers von Bagdad, lebte ein Mann in Balsora, mit Namen Benezar. Er hatte gerade so viel Vermögen, um für sich bequem und ruhig leben zu können, ohne ein Geschäft oder einen Handel zu treiben; auch als ihm ein Sohn geboren wurde, ging er von dieser Weise nicht ab; „warum soll ich in meinem Alter noch s