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CINDERELLA, THE PRINCESS ROSETTA, FAIR ONE AND GOLDEN LOCKS, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD, THE SLEEPING BEAUTY,
NEW YORK: LEAVITT & ALLEN BROS., No. 8 HOWARD STREET.
=Cinderella; or the Glass Slipper=.
=Edited by Madame de Chatelain.=
=Cinderella; or, the Glass Slipper.=
There once lived a gentleman, who, on becoming a widower, married a most haughty woman for his second wife. The lady had two daughters by a former marriage, equally proud and disagreeable as herself, while the husband had one daughter, Bo-Peep Story Books by Clara de Chatelain of the sweetest temper and most angelic disposition, who was the complete counterpart of her late mother. No sooner was Bo-Peep Story Books by Clara de Chatelain the wedding over, than the stepmother began to show her bad temper. She could Bo-Peep Story Books by Clara de Chatelain not bear her stepdaughter's good qualities, that only showed up her daughters' unamiable ones still more obviously, and she accordingly compelled the poor girl to do all the drudgery of the household. It was she who washed the dishes, and scrubbed down the stairs, and polished the floors in my lady's chamber, and in those of the two pert misses, her daughters; and while the latter slept on good featherbeds in elegant rooms, furnished with full length looking glasses, their sister lay in a wretched garret on an old straw mattress. Yet the poor thing bore this ill treatment very meekly, and did not dare complain to her father, who was so besotted to his wife that he would only have scolded her.
When her work was done, she used to sit in the chimney corner amongst the cinders, which had caused the nickname of Cinderella to be given her by the family; yet, for all her shabby clothes, Cinderella was a hundred times prettier than her sisters, let them be drest ever so magnificently.
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Any other but Cinderella would have drest their hair awry to Bo-Peep Story Books by Clara de Chatelain punish them for their impertinence, but she was so good natured that she dressed them most becomingly. The two sisters were so delighted, that they scarcely ate a morsel for a couple of days. They spent their whole time before a looking glass, and they would be laced so tight, to make their waists as Bo-Peep Story Books by Clara de Chatelain slender as possible, that more than a dozen stay laces were broken in the attempt.
The long wished for evening came at last, and off they set. Cinderella's eyes followed them as long as she could, and then she was fain to weep. Her godmother now appeared, and seeing her in tears inquired what Bo-Peep Story Books by Clara de Chatelain was the matter... Continue reading book >>